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PLANS and 
Speculations 

/ .A"'***«*»= This city is being faced 
i with the task of re-routing sewer 
i lines and constructing a ^sewage 
\ disposal plant sometime in the 
\ nejrt year becaase of the State 
\ ruling prohibiting dumping of un- 
\ treated sewage into California 
^treams after January 1. 
oOo 
Alameda: The county board of 
supervisors is stymied as to where 
the new million dollar detention 
home should be located. Each 
time a suitable site is found neigh- 
bors or real setate promoters file 
protests with the board seeking 
ways to divert the location else- 
where. Thomas E. Caldecott, chair- 
man, said definite action to chose 
a site will be taken soon. 
oOo 

Berkeley : Emphasizing the 
shortage of competent public 
health officials within the state, 
Dr. Walter H. Brown, University 
of California Public Health School, 
said the $750,000 appropriation for 
a public health school building on 
the campus is most urgent. \ 

oOo 



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1890- 1946 
Pifty-siK 
Years of 
Service 



Jailg facific JJuil^er 

LARGEST CONSTRUCTION DAILY IN THE WEST 



Buildjpc a><l 

Elngine^iniT 

News Service 



Fif^-«K(fe Year— V»l. 56— No. 62 



WAA Broadens Local Office Powers to 
Speed Up Sales of. Surplus Property 

To speed disposal of snrplas property. War Assets Administration 
last week gave Its 33 regional offices broad powers to cut paper work 
and speed sales. The agency announced the following changes in policy 

and procedure, designed to decen- * ~ 

tralize authority and speed up op- 
erations: 

1. — Regional directors are being 
given authority to initiate sales 

of surplus property up to $1,000,- 

000 without detailed Washington 

approval, compared with $25,000 

previously. 

2. — Regional directors are being 



SAN FRANCISCO. MONDAY apdi i , ,94^ 

New Representative 
For Youngstown 



PRICE 1 5 CENTS PER COPY 



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FREE PRESS 



The hourly-changing news com- 
ing from the UNO council meeting 
being held in New York over- 
shadows another important news 
story bearing the hammer and 
sickle trademark. 

# • • 

In Portland a Russian official 
was arrested and thrown in the 



given greater freedom in their 

Sacramento: The County Farm i <^"hoice of methods of sale. Among 
Bureau board of directors has gone ! the more important methods they 
on record as backing the high dam "^^y hereafter use are fixed price, 
at Folsom to incorporate irriga- i negotiated price, auctions, site 
tion, power, flood control and rec- sales and spot sales, according t<» 

reational features. Copies of the i what type the Regional Directx)r \ TQ. X^^th^ FBI on a charge of 
resolution have been sent to Gov- '»i»y select as best for the purpose. | espionage The R 
ernor Warren and government offi- \ 3. — War Assets policy hereafter 
eials in Washington. will be to sell as much of surplus 

oOo property as it can at fixed prices. 

VT A u • ,. , ^ -^et for the regular trade levels. 

Napa: A hearing of the $080,000 I The agency says it will set its 
^^\ ""nV ^'7'^^^'^" project, ' fixed prices to be fair prices- 
which call for widening and dredg- ; which means such prices will re- 
ing of the e^ntire channel, will go 1 Hect the relative ability of avail- 
before the House of Ropresenta- able markets to absorb the sur- 
tives river? and harbors commit- plus goods and at the same timo 
^^.^..^''JJIu -^ ''!?^'"'''^''^ ^^""^ ^P- give the best possible dollar re- 

proved the project^ ifurn to the Government. 

4. — Procedures for the alloca- 

Salinas: Widening of highwav^^^^ °^ surplus items among dif- 

101 from northern to southern I ^^F^^t trade levels are being sim- 

Monterey county lines was advo- ! P^^^^d. The agency says it is its 



S. R. Mathison has been appoint- 
ed West Coast Manager for the 
Youngstown Kitchens division of 
Mullins Manufacturing Corp., War- 
ren, Ohio, after having served as 
regional manager in New England 
since 1940. His headquarters are 
at 1019 Iris street. Redwood City. 

Mathison has four distributing 
firms in his territory. They are 



espionage. 1 he Russian Consul at 
.San Francisco is reported to have 
flown to Portland with $25,000 bail 
ninncv for his little playmate. 
k if it 
The story has two angles. F'irst, 
It checks with, the customary de- 
gree of accuracy with the state- 
ment made three weeks ago by our 
State Department that no Russian 
spies were operating in the United 
States. 

• • • 

Suppose the OGPU should ar- | 

rest an American official in Kiev | , , j i^ . 

on a charge of espionage, would | ^o"^^ 4"^,"'"^'''^^'- ^"^r ^''^ '■^"" 

we be able to spring him from|??'es; Devlin - Drew; Co.. Fresno 




CoDstnictioa Industries Exposition and Home Feature Local 



Show SM for July in Southern California 

E.C. MoUer, president of tlie Building Contractors Association 
of California, Inc., reports that many members of his organization 
individually are participating in the first annual Construction Indus- 
tries Exposition and Home Show 



S.R. MATHISON 

Industries, Inc., Los 



cated here last week by Charles r"^^"^^°^ *^ m2.V<5i such allocations { the klink by supplying bail money ? i Pioneer Appliance Co., San Fran 

H. Purcell, California state direc- I ^°^°^"^ as closely as feasible to' ... - . ....^^. r.^A c^„, t^i.„^_.„„, r,„.j 

tor of public works. With other "^rmal trade practices. 



proposed work to be done on coun 
ty highways, over 2 '/I. million may 
be spent here on road work. 
oOo 
Pleasanton: Two new exhibit 
buildings, replacements of those 
burned last year, have been auth- 
orized by the state. Estimated cost 
is $75,000. Also okeyed was addi- 
tional parking area for automo- 
biles. 

oOo 
San Rafael: J. S. Peters, gen- 
eral manairer of the Marin Mu- 
nicipal Water District, has been 
authorized to draw up plans for 
an additional water main which 
will propably run from Fairfax 
through San Anselmo and be about 
2^ miles in length. 
oOo 



(This supp'osition'is^pure fantasy j^'sco; and Saviers Electrical Prod 
as no American official will ever "cts Corp.. Reno, Nev. 



5.-— Liberal provisions are being j go to Kiev without having 24- 



provided for effecting leases of 
surplus property, and for extend- 
ing loans, credits and deferred 
payments in surplus sales trans- 
actions. 

Leland C. Dedo is Regional Di- 
rector in San Francisco, and the 
War Assets office is at 30 Van Ness 
Avenue. 



CATERPILLAR EXPANDS 



hours surveillance on all six sides.) 
• • * 



Nearly all of Mathison's busi- 
ness life has been in sales. Be- 
fore joining Youngstown he sold 
coke, coal and allied products in 
New England. 



This isn't advocating that we 

conduct espionage in Russia. It 

is merely talking about free speech } ^ 

—one of the cornerstones of this 1 RED CROSS NEEDS HELP 



of Southern California. 

The show will be presented by 
a non-profit organization, com- 
posed of 15 building and allied 
trade associations, from July 12 
to 21, inclusive, in the Pan Pa- 
cific Auditorium, Los Angeles. 

It is designed to display to the 
pub ic a complete idea of what the 
postwar construction offers in beau- 
ty, comfort, utility and dollar value. 

Commenting on the show, Mol- 
ler, whose organization is one of 
the association participating op- 
erators, said: 

"There will be much about the 
show of vital interest to every 
contractor and to every potential 
home builder. 

"It is my belief that our or- 
ganization .should be well repre- 
sented in the show. We in the 
contracting business have a good 
story to t«'!l about postwar build- 
ing, the show gives us the op- 
portunity to tell that story thru 
dramatic displays." 

Although the opening of the ex- 
position is some time hence, so 
widespread is the interest in it 
that more than 60 per cent of the 
available displaj' space has been 
reserved. Already those who have 
arranged for exhibit space include 
the Los Angeles City Department 
of Water and Power, the Natural 
Gas Bureau, principal electric and 
gas stove, appliance and heating 
manufacturers, a wide assortment 



SLUM RELIEF PLANNED 



The Caterpillar Tractor company 
has announced the biggest expan- 
sion in its history with word of a 
$50,000,000 building project to be 
completed within the next two 
years at the East Peoria, III., plant. 



SUMMERBEli MOF STHUCTOilE 

17A6 Thirteenth St.. Oakland. Calif, 



Frorr. San Francisco 
ENterDnse 10930 



rWinoaks 3622 



Republic 

• • • 

This column has advocated the 
observance of price ceilings and 
other Government regulations — and 
has been just as free in criticizing 
some of the seemingly weird reg- 
ulations of OPA and other govern- 
mental bureaus. I have not hes- 
itated to ask "what goes" with 
the diplomatic double-talk employ- 
ed by the State Department and 
high government officials. 

• • * j 
Russia, too, has free speech. A I 

writer in any of the Russian pub- 
lications ia free to write anythinfr 
the Supreme Soviet wants or wifi 
permit written. 

• • • 

Any time a Russian steps 
out of bounds in his printed 
remarks, he isn't penalized 
five yards fmr being off-side 
. . he is remembered as a 
guy who once had a job. 



Red Cross drives in many cities 
and towns need just one more 
"heave-ho" to enable them to go 
over the top in their 1946 mem- 
bership drive. 

Remember, the Red Cross is one 
unit which faithfully served the 
Armed Forces overseas and at 
home. Every contribution, no mat- 
ter how little, is one way of say- 
ing "thanks". 



of firms making other important 
home products, and several large 
banks engaged in financing con- 
struction. Other exhibits will show 
new uses for brick, flagstone, orna- 
mental iron and glass, while still 
others will show new developments 
in paints, plaster, roofing and hard- 
ware and plumbing fixtures. 

Model homes will be rpen on 
the grounds surrounding the vast 
auditorium, and outdoor exhibits 
will demonstrate bow best to lo- 
cate swimming pools, barbecue pits, 
sports courts and outdoor living 
rooms so tbev may fit harmon- 
iously into a general landscaping 
plan. 

.Secretary of the show is Law- 
rence B. Gibbs, an official of the 
Los Angeles chapter. Building Con- 
tractors Association of California. 
Inc. The Tabery Corporation will 
stage the exposition. Reservations 
for display space mav be made 
with this firm at .344.3" So ith Hill 
street, Los Angeles 1. TdMephone 
is PRospect 1264. 



Federal Housing Administration 
has announced establishment of a 
new FHA unit to work with cities 
planning programs to redevelop 
blighted or slum areas. The new 
unit is called the Urban Redevelop- 
ment Uunit, and its chairman is 
Donald Alstrup. Administrative 
Officer, FHA Field Operations Di- 
vision. The units will be located 
in Washington. Several requests 
for FHA participation in plan- 
ning redevelopment programs have 
been received by FHA, the agency 
said. 



S. F, To Process AD 
Cal. BuOding Permits 

All applications for commercial 
building in California will be pr<J- 
cessed through the local board to 
be known as the District Construc- 
tion Review Committee, according 
to Gilbert Kneiss, assistant to the 
regional administrator of the Ci- 
vilian Production Administration 
and manager of the local office. 

So far no consideration has been 
made for other offices within the 
state, Kneiss indicated. 

Persons interested in making ap- 
plication for building shoulld apply 
at CPA headquarters, 13155 Mar- 
ket street. 



Architects' Home 
Design Nationally 

Three prominent San Francisco 
architects receive recognition of 
their outstanding achievement in 
home design in the current issue 
of "Architectural Record", nation- 
ally circulated publication, which 
tells the story of planning and 
developing a sprawling home for 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Minor, 
San Mateo. 

The firm responsible for the dc 
sign is Wurster, Bemardi & Em- 
mons, located at 402 Jackson Street 
and comprised of Wm. W. Wurs- 
ter, Theodore C. Bernardi, and 
Donn Emmons. 

The six-page spread, lavishly 
illustrated with interior and ex- 
terior photographs, reveals how 
thorough planning can make a 
home, where three children live, 
an adequate playground through 
the use of wide corridors, plenty 
of glass, and conscientious design- 
int:. 

Mr. Wurster. commenting on the 
plan, said, "It is an unstylwl house 
an untortured house. 

"Perhaps it best illustrates the 
feeling that houses are frames for 
living; what goes on inside gives 
the flavor and color, not tricks by 
clever pencils. 

"All we did was to think of a 
large family, turn them loose, and 
out came this plan," Wurster said. 
# 

ARCHITECT TO FHA 



Howard P. Vermilya, research 
director of the John B. Pierce 
Foundation, has joined the staff of 
Housing Stabilizer Wilson Wyatt 
as consultant on technical prob- 
lems. An architect by profession, 
Vermilya was with Federal Hous- 
ing Administration from 1934 to 
1944. With FHA he was respon- 
sible for development of sub-di- 
vision standards, property stand- 
ards, minimum construction re- 
quirements and the examination of 
new materials, eciuipment and 
methods of construction. 




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DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



MONDAY. APRIL 1. 1946 



ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION REPORTS 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 

iMu«d Ev«ry Morning. Exc«pt Saturday, Sunday and Lagal Haliday* 

"^^in^^? gYg^,;?^ ^ ^« P»?°««- con.trucuon dally of the 
«»vLrin^^n **"^^^i°S a complfct* news reporting •an'ic* 
^ns^HHL,£f^'''P** building and engineering projecte; 

•^^^J^^.^^P^*^- ^ ^K»« Newspaper of gen- 
eral elrculAiion aj^ defined by the Superior 
.- ; . Court of Sua Francisco County. 

Mftfio*. mJ 4u .,« SUBSCRIPTtON RATES: 

»3.00 oev Month; $30 per Y ear (Payable In Advance). SInile Copy. 15o 

f^^^^^^ ^^^"^^^-^^^sf matter July 2t. 1907. at the post office 
at ban Frunclsco, California, under the Act of March 3, 187» 

^ Publiahed by 

STARICRATH PRIKHNG Sc PUBLISHING CO. -^m^ 
Under a management afreeoMttt witk 
F. W. DODGE CORPORATION, Owmt 

G. E. McGAVRAN, Editor J. E. ODQERS, Advortiolns ManaaW 

465 Tenth St., San Francisco 3 Tel.x MArket 7110 



Architects — Reynolds & Chamberlain, 

3833 Piedmont Ave., Oakland. 

The following contractors axe fig- 
uring plans: 

A. J. Hopper Co., 243 Langton St, 
San FYancisco. 

Johnson, Drake & Piper, 1736 
Franklin St., Oakland. 

Anderdon & Haglund, Inc., 219 41st 
St, Oakland. 

Lewis Construction Co., 516 18th St, 
Oakland. 

Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St, 
San Francisco. 

De Luca & Son, 1745 Filbert St, 
San Francisco. 



Construction of new hospital. j 

Owner— Tulare Hospital District F. ! 18.19 RELIGIOUS BLDG6. 

J. McCarthy, president, Lindsay i 

Highway, Tulare. 



4/1/46 
A special meeting of the <UrectorB preparing PLANS 



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will be called soon. 



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4/1/46 

PLANNED 

REMODEL, HOSPITAL. 

TULARE, Tulare County, Calif. West 

Tulare HospitaL 
Remodeling and expsmsion uf West 

Tulare HosgitaL 
0^\^ler— Dr. P. J. Greenwell, 139 E. 

Tulare St, Tulare. 



, CHURCH Cost $55,000 

RICHMOND, Contra Costa Co., CaL 

SW Comer 37th St and Roosevelt 
Construction of frame church bldg. 
Owner — St Edmund's Episcopal Ch., 

Rev. J. S. Doron, Pastor, 10th St 

and Barrett Ave., Richmond. 
Architect — Raymond W. Jeaua, 1S24 

San Pedro St, Berkeley. 



loss; 8te|el truss rafters, asbestos 
roofing. 
Owner— Yoilo F. & A. M Lodge No. 
81, H. B| Hayden, Master. Yolo. 



22-26— RESIDENTIAL 
iBUILDlNGS 



^UILDII^G SECTION 



4/l/f6 . •• 9 

PREPARING PLANS 

SCHOOL BUILDING Cost $148,000 

AiERCED, Calif. 

Construction of new school building 
consisting of nine classrooms, ad- 
ministartion offices, auditorium, 
etc. 
! Owner -— Merced Union Elementary 
School District, W. Max Smith, 
superintendent, Merced. 

Architect— E. G. Ernst, 561 E. Hard- 
ing Way, Stockton. 
Federal advajice planning funds 

have been allotted. 



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4/1/46 

Dr. GreenWeil recently purchased pi_ANS COMPLETED 

the hospital and plans the remodeling cHURCH BUILDINGS ^ 

as soon as conditions permit BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif, j 

■ Corner of Washington and <3ixrtis I 

4/1/46 •• U streets. i 

^^^°\^^^P^OPRlATED Construction of two-story church edi- ; 

WASHirsGTON, D. C— Funds have h^q and community house, modem i 

been appropriated to the U. 3. Veter- Gothic architecture, church to seat I 



aus' Administration, Munitions Bldg., 
Washington, D. C, for construction 
of the following projects : 
California 
San FrancLsco— Veterans' Facility, 
42nd Ave and Clement St, occupa- 



.0)0 111 the vave, 22 in choir and 48 j 
in balcony community house will i 
have classrooms on first floor, com- * 
munity hall on second floor, high 
ceiling, no posts, modern kitchen in 
wing between buildmgs. 



4/1/46 •• 23 

TO START WORK 

MOTEL Est Cost $90.000-$100,000 

YREKA, Sliskiyou Co., Calif. 300 N. 
Main St 

Constructidn of modem mctel with 
47 bedroom units and 37 individual 
i^arages, 0f hollow tile construction, 
fireproof. 

Owner an4 Builder— Stephen Joyce, 
1531 Frank:isco St, San Francisca 

Plans Ay ci. L Noel, building super- 
intendent 
Construction is expyected to start 

within the next few weeks. 



Construction of modem truck station 
(60x70 1, to have 400-foot frontage 
on boulevard and two and one- 
third acre paved parking area, other 
euipment to include drivers' air- 
conditioned lounge room, sales and 
display room, truck tire ser\'ice and 
light repair work equipment 60-ft 
truck scales, nine special type high 
capacity truck fueling pumpe fed 
by three 12,000-gaIlon gasoline stor- 
age tanks. 

Owner — Tide Water Associatad Oil 
Co., 806 K St, Sacramento, K V. 
Black, district sales manager. 
Work will start shortly. 



•• 



25 



9-1 0— EDUCATIONAL 
BUILDINGS 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports In this section are classi- 
fied as follows: 

Commercial BIdgs. 1- 8 

Educational BIdgs. 9-10 

Hospitals .'. 11 

Industrial BIdgt. 12-13 

Public Buildings 14-17 

Religious Buildings 18-19 

Social, Recreational BMgs. 20-21 

Residential Buildings ~ 22-26 

Transportation BIdgs. 27 

Miscellaneous BIdgs. 28-30 



1.S— COMMERCLU. BLDGS. 

4/1/46 •• 6 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

STORE BLDG. Approx. Cost $35,000 

CONCORD, Contra Costa Co., Calif. 

Construction of one-story and mez- 
zanine steel frame, reinforced con- 
crete store building ,32x115 ft), with 
wood floors. 

Owner — Sylvester Enea. 

Architect — Philip D. Tomasello, 605 
Washington St, San Francisco. 



4/1/46 •• „ 

TO START CONSTRUCTION 
WAREHOUSE Cost $40,000 

FRESNO, Calif. 3045 Hamilton St 
Construction of warehouse. 
Owner — Republic Supply Co. 
Contractor — Trewhitt, Shields & Fish- 
er, Pacific Southwest Bldg., Fresno. 



4/1/46 

COMPLETING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

STORE AND OFFICE BUILDING 

Estimated Cost, $30,000 
SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 

Lincoln Ave. near Minnesota St 
Construction of two-story store and ' Los^AneeUss" 

office building, plate glass vitrolite ^^le District 

front, asphalt tile floor. 
Owner — C. F. James, c/o architect. '4/1/46 
Architect— Donnell E. Jaekle, Build-lp.pp lOS^ 

ers' Exchange Bldg., 201 S. Market 

St., San Jose. 
Contractor — Ernest 

1275 Glen Eyrie Ave 



14/1/48 • • 9 

BOND ELECTION 

{ LOS ANGELES. Calif.— Voters of 
I the Downey Union High School Dls- 
I trict will hold an election April 5 
• to vote on the proposition of issuing 
and selling bonds in the amount of 
_ , $525,000, which, is approved, would 
° I be used to finance the purchase of 
I additional lots, building or purchas- 
I ing additional buildings, making ad- 
ditions to present, buildings, repair- 
ing other, buildings and permanent- 
ly improving the high school grounds. 
Allison & Rible, 650 S Grand Ave., 
are the architects for 



tional therapy shops, $20,000; cellular Q^^ner-St Albans Episcopal Church. 



pastor. 1445 



Randolph C Miller. 
Euclid Ave., Berkeley. 
Architect — Arnold Constable, 
Spencer Ave., Sausalito. 
Work will start 6is soon as building 



955 



20-21^SOCL\L AND 
RECREATIONAL BL£>GS. 



type construction sUde area, $50,000 

±^alo Alto — Veterans' Facihty, hy- 
dro therapy building No. 137, $35,000. 

Livei-more— Veterans' Facility, din- 
ing facilities, $275,000; conversion of __ 
dining hall for occupational therapy , conduiTjnsairow 
facilities, $100,000. 

Los Angeles — Veteran.-}' Facility, 
mess building No. 157 (revise), $200.- 
000; occupational therapy shops. $75,- 

0(X) ; clinics in Wads\^orth Hospital, ' 

$75,000; dietetic system in Wadsworth 4/1/46 

Hospital, $60,000; recreational group PLANNED 

at Veterans' Facility, $50,000. .VETERANS' COMMUNITY BLDG. 

Utah Estimated Cost, $20,000 

Salt Lake City— Veterans' Facility, ' YREKA, Siskiyou Co., Calif. South- 
addition and alterations, kitchen and . east comer 01 Main and Miner Sta. 
dining hall, $125,000; 500-bed iiOspital, (instruction of veterans' community 
$5,111,416. i building (60x120 ft), with wing 

Idaho measuring 40x50 ft 

Boise— Veterans' Facility, occupa- Ouner— American Legion, c/o Emest 
tional therapy shops building, $15,(X>0. Cooley, committee member, 412 W. 
Montana ! Center St.. ""Yreka. 



4/1/46 

PLANNED 

SACRAMEKTO, Sacramento County. 
Calif. St<>ckton Blvd. and Fruit- 
ridge Rd. 



•• 



24 



4/1/46 

WORK UNDER WAY 

RESIDENCE 

L^VRKSPUR, Marin County, Calif. 
Comer of FYancis and Kentfleld- 
Larkspur Rd. 

Construction of two-story residencd 
and swimming pool (40x20), eight 
feet deep. 

Owner and Builder — Charles Green- 
berg, 3116 23rd St. San Francisco. 

Plans by owner. 
Ground is now being broken for 

construction. 



PLANS ON FILE 



The foDlowing list of plans and spaoifications for construction 

prajaot* are now available for inspection at the office of DAILY 

PACIFIC BUILDER, 465 Tenth Street, San Francisco. 



WsHc 



Location 



Bid Oponing Data 



20 



Stilling 
Spec. 1178 



Bakln 
78 



Central Valley Projoat 



4. t 



Kings Rive^ Wasteway, Etc. 
Specification 1181 



Fresno 



4-10 



Fort Harrison — Veterans' Adminis- 1 



9 



DELANO, Kem Co.. Calif.— B^re re- 
[ cently destroyed a portion of Pond- 



tration, occupational* therapy shops. 
$75,000. 

Wyoming 
Sheridan — Alterations, main kitchen 



20 



8 



4/1/46 •• 

PLANS BEING FIGURED— BIDS 
CLOSE APRIL 5, 4 P. M. 
REMODEL STORE 
SACRAMENTO, Calif. 8th and K Sts. 
Remodel interior, main floor and bal- 
cony and new front on K St side 

of store building. 
Owner — Eagleson -Hawkins Co., 801 K 

St.. Sacramento. 
Architect — Gordon Stafford, Forum 

Bldg., Sacramento. 

Plans are being figured by the 
following selected list of contractors: 
General Construction 

Transwestem Construction Co., 1402 
Front St, Sacramento. 

Otto Stelnbrenner, 1625 8th Ave., 
Sacramento. 

Holdener Construction Co.. 2608 R 
St., Sacramento. 

Cabinets and Fixtures 

Capital City Planing Mill, 1812 9th 
St., Sacramento. 

California Manufacturing Co.. Inc., 
1716 Alhambra Blvd., Sacramento. 



4/1/46 

TO START CONSTRUCTION 

WAREHOUSE 

SACR.\MENTO, Calif. 1725 24th St 

Construction of reinf. concrete ware- 
house. I 

Owner— B. L Lancaster Co., 1800 18th : 
St., Sacramento. ! 

Contractor— Kaiser Bros., 1211 16th ! 
St., Sacramento. j 



A. Hathaway.,— -Erem;;i;rr>'%7hoT six mile; ^^-"'i-,^' '""f^ V "''"S.'JSS*^^'o'i!e; ' ^f- 
..San Jose. j^.^g^ ^^ Delano: Harry H. Kossow ! ^P>■ /J^^Pf^^'^^^^S' ^'^' ^o^^^r^w 
, , - is the principal of the school, which P^**?^- ♦^w.uin;^ 



1/1/46 

BIOS WANTED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 3, 
1 -.45 P. M., informal bids will be re- i 
ceived by the Department of Public 
Torks, Room 282 City Hall, for re- 
; roofing clubhouse at Rossi play- 



serves the Pond and Hamlin school 

^ i. >rr /vr,/^ dltsrlcts. Thc loss was estimated at 
Cost, $55,000 eicArtn 



9 



4/1/46 
PREPARING PLANS 
SCHOOL ADDN. Cost, $274,830 

SALINAS, Monterey Co., Cal. Sher- 
wood School, 



ground. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
office of Superintendent of Buildings 
A. Chisholm, 490 11th St 



(Jheyenue — Veterans' Facility, ad- 
ministration building, $235,000; occu- 
pational therapy shops. $75,000. 

Arizona ' R 

Tucson — Veterans' AdminiBtration. j 

occupational therapy shops, $25,000; 14/ 1/46 

addition to main kitchen. $125,000. 'bOND ELECTION 

Whipple — Veterans' Facility, tele- j^vV'xMMliNG POOL 
phone switchboard, $16,000; 



20 



SUB - BIDS Wanted 



General cor|tractors desiring sub-bids on any Job are Invited to make kno^n 
their raqul^ments in this column. There Is no charge for this aarvloa. 

■ - - - 

Office and Lab. Bldg. and IndustrUI Relations Bldg.. California Raaaarch 
Corp., ftichmond; Bids open April 12 
E. S. McHlttrick Co., 610 16th Street Oakland (TWln Oaks 5070) 
Swlnertoii & Walberg Co.. 226 Bush St., San Francisco (GArfleld 2980) 
Barrett ^ Hilp, 918 Harrison Stre et San Francisco (DOuglas P700). 
M & K. d^orp.. 200 Financial Center Bldg.. San Francisco (EXbrook 7824) 
Carrico At Gautier. 365 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco (JUnlper 4-8081) 

1 , — . - — 

Ferry Bldg^ Addition, Embarcadero, San Francisco; Bids open April 4. 2 PM. 
Peter SaHorio. 262 Clementina St. San Francisco (GArfleld 8317). 



4/1/46 
BIDS IN- 
HELD UNDER ADVISEMENT 
OFFICE BLDG. Approx. Cost, $75,000 



Cost $75,000 
altera- i saN ANSELMO, Marin County, Calif. 
Construc"tion" of classrooms, toilets, | '^^^^' kitchen and dining hall, $25,000. ! Kast and adjacent ot playground of | 
auditorium, gymnasium, etc. To 
be added to the present Sherwood 



on Sir Francis 



I School Plant 

i Owner — Salinas City School District. 



R. D. Case, Supt., 102 Salinas Na- 
tionkl Bank Bldg., Salinas. 
Architect — Chas. E. Butner, 7 Win- 
ham St., Salinas. 

Owner-Shippers' Development, ^ric., '^ ^^-^^P^^J^^^-^^^^^ 

101 Highway, South Salinas. j Pia"">ng tund s nave been allotted. 

Architect — Chas. E. Butner, 7 Win- 
ham Street, SaUnas. 



SALINAS. Monterey County, Calif. ; 

Owner's site. 
Construction of six separate 1 -story 

frame and- stucco office buildings. 



6 



4/1/46 

TO START WORK 

STORE BUILDING 

OAKLAND. Alameda County, Calif. 

49th and Broadway. 
Construction of store building, canopy 

to facilitate drive-in service. 
Owner — Marshall Steel Co., Marshall 



Ave., Oakland 
Work is expected to start imme- 
diately. 



6 



4/1/46 • 

TO START WORK 

STORE BLDG. Est. Cost, $56,000 

PITTSBURG, Contra Costa Co., Calif. 
Between Railroad Ave. and Cum- 
berland St 
* Construction of two-story and base- 
ment store building (180x125), with 
freight elevator, to be finished In 
tile and Carrara glass on the Rail- 
road Ave. front and Ftucco on Cum- 
berland St. side; Inside walls of 
plaster, fluorescent lighting. 

Owner— Sal R. Russo, 1287 Railroad 
Ave., Pittsburg! 

Contractor— Stolte. Inc., 8451 San Le- 
andro St., Oakland. 



14/1/46 9 

'PLANS COMPLETED 

SCHOOL BLDG. Cost $50,000 

4/1/46 • 7:taHOE valley. El Dorado Co. 

STARTING WORKING ! Construction of frame school bldg., 

DRAWINGS incl. 3 classrooms and enclosed 

STOR EBLDG. Est. Cost. $l(5,uOV j playroom 

SAN FRANCISCO. 19th and Taraval. ; Owner— Lake Valley School District 
Construction of one-story concrete , Tahoe Valley, 
block grocery store building (32 VjX j Architect— Gordon Stafford. Forum 
60), wood roof. j Bldg., Sacramento 

Owner — Mr. Millelholtz, c/o Architect ° 

Architect— John G. Kelley, 319 Grant. ; 

Owner will take segregated bids 14/1/46 •• 10 

when plans are completed. i BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 

I APRIL 11, 8 P. M. 

4/1/46 8 ; MAINTENANCE BUILDING 

LOW BIDDER 1 KENTFIELD, Marin County, Calif. 

SHOP BLDG. Est. Cost. $12,000 j Marin Junior College Campus. 

SAN JOSE, Santa Clara County, Cal. I Construction of one-story concrete 

244 West Santa Clara Street. l block maintenance building. 

Construction of one-story shop build- Owner— Marin Junior College District 
ing. steel frame, brake walls. ■ Ada M Fusselman, secretary. Kent- 

Owner — Smith Bros., c/o Architect. ^ field. 

95 
Spencer Ave.. Sausalito 
Specifications obtainable from the 



Oregon j Red Hill School 

Klamath Falls— Veterans' Hospital 1 Drake Blvd. 
(200 beds), $3,002,347. IConsiruction of war memorial swim- 

Roseburg — Addition to kitchen, $85,- ! ming pooL 
000. Owner— :City of San Anselmo. city 



RIchfield-DavIs Bldg., SSth and Telegraph, Oakland; No definite bid 
opening! date set 
A. Fame« Blair, No. 9 Main Street San Francisco (YUkon 0390) 
R. A. Ciillen, 478 Jackson St., San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 

Medical Bldg., Summit near 30th St, Oakland; Bids open April 11, 11 A. M. 
A. J. Ho:|)per Co., 243 Langton St, San Francisco (MArket 7070). 



Washington 



clerk, San Anselmo. 



Spokane — 200-bed hospital. $3,002,- Architect — Not ajinounced 
347. i The city will vote June 4 on a pro- 

American Lake — Veterans' Facility, i posal to issue bt)nds to finance above 
kitchen and remodel dining hall, $75.- I project 
000; remodel refrigeration, $45,000, 



Walla Walla— Addition to kitchen, 
dining hall and refrigeration. $120.000 ; 
additional boiler. $15,000. 



11 



Steel Jr.. manager, 5427 Telegraph Architects?— Kress & Gibson, 515 First I Architect— Arnold S. Constable, 



National Bank Bldg., San Jose 
Low Bidder— Emest A. Hathaway 



4/1/46 - •' 

CORRECTION— BIDS OPENED 
HOT WATER RISERS 
SAN FRANCISCO. Health Center 

Bldg., Southwest comer Polk and 

Grove Sts. 
Replacement of hot water risers and 

branches; Job No. 502. 
Owner — Department of Public Works, 

Room 282 City Halt 
City Architect — Dodge A. Riedy. 

Room 265, City Hall. thttatre 

Low Bidder— Herman Lawson Co.. '|THii.AiK^ 

465 Tehama St, $8793. 

O'Mara & Stewart Ltd., San Fran- 
cisco, at $8975. submitted only other 
bid. 



4/1/46 •• 20 

PLANS COMPLETED 

YOUTH CENTER Est Cost $50,000 

OAKLAND, Alameda County, Calif. 

1120 7th St 
[construction of youth center building 
(100x58 ft) to house complete gym- 
nasium equipment and small stage. 

Owner— St. Joseph's Church, 1120 7th 
St. Oakland. 

Architect— E. O. Cerrutl, 427 13th St, 
Oakland. 



4/1/46 
PLANNED 



2 1 



12-13 — ^INDUSTRIAL 
BUILDINGS 



1275 Glen Eyrie Ave.. San Jose | junior College office upon deposit i */l/^® 
Bids held under advisement. ! „* j25. BID C 



8 



WORKING 



(Of $25 

4/1/46 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
APRIL 17, 2:30 P. M. 
INTERIOR PAINTING 



8 



41/46 

PLANNED 

STORE BUILDING 

PETALUMA. Sonoma Co., Calif. Exl 

tends from 3rd to 4th St.. frontage 

on B St. 
Construction of l-storv frame store 

bulldin ; (50x100). mezzanine fl. 
Owner— R. x Hardware Co.. Emest 

Robbie. Mgr., premises. 
Plans are being prepared and build- 
ings will get underway as soon as 
materials are available. 



8 



4/1/46 

PLANNED 

OFFICE BLDG. 

REDDING. Shasta Co., Calif.— Shas- 
ta Street across from fire station. 

Construction of 2-story reinf. cone, 
commercial and office bldg. (50x56) 

0\vner — Dr. Harry J. Schuchert. 1511 
Market St., Redding. 
Work will start as soon as mate 

rials are available. 



4/1/46 

COMPLETING 

DRAWINGS 

STORE AND OFFICE 

QAM TnQTT <?Antji Clara Couritv Cal i SAN FRANCISCO. Samuel Gompers 

Owner-^E. W. McPherson. c/o Arch. . itect,C,ty Hall. San Francisco. 
Architect-Donnell E. Jaekle. Build- . Specifications obtainable from the 
Exchange Bldg, 201 S. Mar- 1 o^f^ce of city architect upon deposit 



ers 



ket St, San Jose. 
CJontractor- E. A. Hathaway, 
Glen Eyrie Ave., San Jose. 



12751 

i 



of $5. 



4/1/46 



• * 



4/1/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

TRUCK TERMINAL 



•• 2 i BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
■APRIL 17, 2:30 P. M. 

J FLUORESCENT LIGHTING 
a ATM TTT? A MrT^r-n fi7S Brann&n St i ^^N FRANCISCO. Samuel Gompers 
Con''st^S?^''of ?einforc?d'^co^re^te ! Trade School. 22nd and fartlett^ 

class C truck terminal building Tn^'^'n tf.i'^^^'"^ ^^"^^"^ *° *^ 

Owner - Oregon-Callfomla-Nevada ' ^ '°«r <ii-«""»f ^oojn 

Fast Freight Lines. 675 Brannan St ' ^'^"^^-P/P" "^t?S°^ ^"^"^ ^orks, 
Architect— W D Peugh, 333 Mont- | ^°°™ 282 City Hall. 

eome^ St " Architect-Dodge A. Riedy, city arch- 

Contractor - Carrico & Gautier, 365! »tect. City Hall 
' Ocean Ave. • 



Specifications obtainable from the 
I office of city architect upon deposit 



4/1/46 

PLANS BEING FIGURED— BIDS 
OPEN APRIL 11, 11 A. M. , 
MEDICAL BUILDING ' 

BERKELEY. Alameda CcJunty. Calif. 

Summit nfear 30th St 
Construction of two-story frame 

medical building to contain 9500 

sq. ft. of floor space. 
Owner — Dr. S. H. Babington. 2301 

Ward St. 



♦, ^jOf $5 



for 

STUCCO 

THE 

HiW 

IMPROVED 



. ^ -U-'lciUi 



STUCCO CEME 



More Yords P%r Sock • Spreads ffoslor • LmssShHnluige 
PACIFIC PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY 




11— HOSPITALS 



4/1/46 •• 11 

PLANNED 
HOSPITAL 

TULARE, Tulare County. Calif. Site 
not selected. 



••12 
OPENING DATE POSTPONED 

UNTIL APRIL 12, 4 P. M. 

NEWSPAPER PLANT 

OROVILLE. Butte County, Calif. 

Construction of one-story office and 
shop building of reinforced con- 
crete walls and floors and wood 
roof (62x126 ft) 

Owner — Mercury-Register. 1835 Rob- 
inson Street OroviHe. 

Architect — E. Geoffrey Bangs, 605 
Market Street, San Franciaco. 
Postponed from March 28. 
Following contractors have taken 

out plans: 
Daw.son Constr. Co.. 1453 Huntoon 

Street, Oroville. 
Unifrled & Son. Route 3. Box 69A, 

Oroville. 

Robert Taylor, Box 665, Oroville. 
Ellis W. Barker Co.. 302-S03 Ness 

Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. 



14-17— PUBUC BLDGS. 



15 



4/1/46 

PLANNED 

FAIR BUILDINGS 

SUSANVILLE. Lassen County. Calif. 

Construction of two new modem fire- 
proof fair buildings (40x100) for 
Lassen County Livestock Show; 
steel construction. 

Owner — Lassen County Fair Advisory 
Board. Susanville. Lassen County. 



Use "Buflderads"- 
They Bring Results 



Est. Cost. $75,000 
SANTA CRUZ. Santa Cruz Co.. Calif. 

Soquel and Seabright Avenues. 
Construction of stadium type rein- 
torced concrete motion picture the- 
atre. 

Owner — Pacific States Amusement 
Co.. 985 Market St., San Francisco. 
Barney Gumett local manager, 
Del Mon^e Theatre, Santa Cruz. 

4/1/46 2 

PLANNED 

LODGE BLDG. 

LODI, San Joaquin Co., Cal. SW 

corner Pine St and Pleasant Ave. 

i80xl70). 
Construction of modem 2-story lodge 

building. 
Owner— Lodi Lodge No. 259, I.O.O.F.. 

Boyd Mitchell, trustee, 1118 South 

Pleasant St, Lodl. 



21 



4/1/46 

TO START WORK 

DRIVE-IN THEATER 

Estimated Cost, $170,000 

CORTE MADERA, Marin Co., Calif. 
East of Corte Madera 101 Highway 
intersection. 

Construction of modem drive-in the- 
ater to Include fountain and short- 
order counter, theater to accom- 
modate 600 cars on macadam ramps 
built In semi-circular order around 
the stage, slant for front car to 
be 14 inches lower than car behind, 
stage 90 feet high, with screen 
39x60, bottom 28 feet from ground, 
separate sound apparatus, individ- 
ual microphones equipped with vol- 
ume regulators for each car. 

Owner and Builder— James J. O'Neil. 
president of American Theater In- 
vestment Corp.; Walter V. Hart 
vice-president 408 Stockton St, San 
Francisco. 
Work is expected to start within 

30 days, to begin operation by August 

15, 1946. 

All sub-contracts will be let to 

Marin companies. 



WtlDING SERVICE 

Portable (Day or Contract) — General Repair 
I TRAILER CONSTRUCTION TO ORDER 

Hansen and Wagner Welding Co. 

569 SEVENTH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 
Bus. 'Phone: MA 9668— Res. 'Phones: MA 9692, EL 1002 



CLAY PRODUCTS 

Specify QUALITY Matcrialt 

N. CLARK & SONS 

lOth & iOivision Streets - SAN FRANCISCO - KLondike 2-0462 
Main OflSce & Factory, 401 Pacific Ave., Alameda - LAkehurst 2-S377 



STEELFORMS 

STEELTUBE CONSTRUCTION TOWERS 
I HEAVY DUTY SWINGING SCAFFOLDS 

STEELFORM CONTRAaiNG CO. 



666 Harrison St 



Dossaa 



San Fraaebw 



GAMERSTON & GREER LUMBER 60. 

LU 



WhoIeMile and Jobbing Yards 
MBER - TIMBERS - TIES - HR - REDWOOD 
PONDEROSA - SUGAR PINE 



Sar Francisco 
1800 ARklY STREET 
ATvk^aLter 1300 



Oakland 
2001 LIVINGSTON STREET 
KTEIlog 4-1884 



4/1/46 

TO SEtECT 



2 



ARCHITECT 



MASONIC HALL. Est Cost. $25,000 



EAGLE ROCK WOOL 



INSULATION 



BATTS . BLANKET & BLOWN TYPES 

SUPPLIERS & APPLICATORS 

FOR GOOD INSULATION CALL US 

L. H. CLAWSON CO. 

Insulators for the Pacific Coast Telephone KEilog 2-3688 

1650 MacARTHUR OAKLAND 1, CAUF. 



I YOLO, Yolo County, Calif. 

j Construction of 2-story concrete Ma- 

! sonic hall (40x70) to replace fire 



HELP WANTED 



FOREMAN AND LAYOUT MAN 

for 

ELECTRIC WELDED TANK 

SHOP 

Good Salary — Permanent Poeltlon 

Reply Box 330 

c/o Daily Pacific Builder 




NATIONAL EXPANSION JOINT CO. 

MANVPACrURER AftD DISTRIBUTOR 

FIBER BOARD— FELT-SIDED ASPHALT AND 

REDWOOD EXPANSION JOINT FILLERS 

O I tT Ml BO TQM 

MARVEL-KOTE — Concrete Curing Compound 

SEALZ — Expansion Joint Sealing Compound 

Complies With 
Federal Specifications SS-F-336 
, FOR CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 

333S«««nthSt UNderbia7172 Saa Fraadaeo 3, C^if . 




ROOF 
TRUSSES 






sTRUcrmiSs 

INCORPOaATED 

220 MoatgouMi J St. 

San Francisco 4, Calif. 

YUkon 0407 

SACRAMENTO OFFICE 
1014 ath 8t^-^Phone Sac 38543 



PLASTERING MATERIALS - CEMENT - GRAVEU 
SANp - BRICK - BRICK MORTAR - WIRE NETTINQ 
I METAL LATH - PLASTER BOARD 

I Distributers for 

J. S. GUERIN & COMPANY 

720 FbUSOM STREET -:- Phone: SUtter 459i 

I CERTAIN-TEED ROOFING PRODUCTS 



Cimiii Gun Construction Company 

— t i 

GUNTTE, SAND-BLASTING, CONCRETE CUTTING 
j CONTRACT or RENTALS 

Pboae:GRrfield7663 - 24 Calif omia St., San Frandbco 



MASTER GASOLINE GENERATORS 

Portable 
Lighting Plants 




650 Walts to 15 KW 




AVAILABLE STOCK 
FOR RENT OR SALE 



KERR EQUIPMENT COMPANY 



160 Tenth SL 



Comar of Mataoia pk MArkflt IttU 



MONDAY, APRIL 1. 1946 



HAILY PACIFIC BUILDfV 



PAGE 3 



ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION REPORTS 



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4/1/46 ^. * 

PLANNED 

APARTMENT BUILDING 

Estimated Coat, $50,000 
OAKLAND, Alameda County, Calif. 

1335-41 E. 28th St. 
Construction of two-story apartment 

house building. 
Owner — Thomaa T. Laughlln, 2643 

Carlsbrook Dr., Oakland. 



2 2 



4/1/46 

TO START WORK 

AGUA CALIENTE, Sonoma Co., Cal. 
Agua Caliente Springs hotel. 

Remodeling of Agua Caliente Sprirg.«i 
hotel, incl. redecorating of Inter- 
ior, refurnishing of rooms and lob- 
by, enlargement of bar facilities, 
and construction of new bathhouse 

Owners — Edward H. Levitt and Thos. 
Aleccia, c/o Agua Caliente Hotel. 
Work will start immediately. 



2 6 



4/1/46 

PLANNED 

RESIDENCES 

BELMONT PARK, San Mateo Co.. 

Cal. Site of former Belle Monti 

Country Club golf course west of 

Belmont. 
Cont^truction of 200 homes in new 

Belmont Park, the initial 100 to 

co.^t $10,000 each. 
Owner and Builder — Secric Cunning- 
, ham, 1 Devonshire, San Carlos. 



■ , . , _--T 

Engineering Section 



NEWS INDEX 

For convanlent reference, new* 
reports In this section are classi- 
fied as follow*: 

Water Supply and Sewaga 

Disposal Plants 31-32 

Bridges _.._ _ 33 

Dams, Reservoirs and 

Dredging .'...._ 34 

Docks, Piers & Harjsors.—. 35 
Parks, Airperts and 

Piaygrsunds . 36 

Railroads, Subways and 

Tunnels _ 3/ 

Electric Lighting and 

Transmission Lines 38 

Sewers 3y 

Streets and Highways 40 

Cas. Water an'd Oil Pipe 

Lines 41 



(A) 

(1) $1200.00 

(2) 600.00 



rS) 

(4)- 

(5) 

(6) 

(7)._ 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

(11) 

«12) 

(13) 

(14) 

(15) 

(16) 

(17) 

(18) 

(19) 

(20) 

(21) 

(22) 

(23) 

(24) 

(25) 

(26) 

(27' 



1.00 
5.00 

i.oo 
.01 

1000.00 

2.30 

27.00 

33.00 

.33 

3.00 

45.00 

2.50 

120.00 

5.00 

2.50 

5.00 

1500.00 

6.00 

30.00 

2.00 

1.00 

.05 

.03 

25.00 

1500.00 



(B) 

$ 400.00 

5000.00 

1.10 

4.00 

.74 

.03 

250.00 

1.88 

22.00 

31.00 

.17 

2.50 

41.00 

3.80 

200.00 

5.67 

2.50 

3.60 

1000.00 

7.85 

28.00 

2.00 

1.25 

.05 

.025 

50.00 

1000.00 



(C) State of Washington, Department of 
$1000 00 Fisheries, Smith Tower, Seattle, for 
4000 00 construction of fish rearing facilities 

J-JS ^^ Si "ef south ff^^ulS^'^'^ ''''■. Z- f'^-i- -^.rbe-"r^e.C3; 5y .he 

.03 above office. ^ , rubber-insulated power and control 

1000.00 I • cable fob shipping point and/or Co- 

2.00 4/1/46 • 36 '"^^n. Shasta Power Plant, Central 

20.00 PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS | Valley Project 

30.00 NEEDLES. PRESCOTT, WINS- ; - 

42 



iinc u^A..^^^ • • *2iSupplies. 270 City Hall, u.dler Bid ; hours of work each te aMrin, Napa 

rWry?^^^^^ i^'o 3508 for furnishing and <|leltver- !and Sonoma CounUes : 

>i u ' Calif.— Until April 11, 2 ing two chlorination machirtes for 



the San Francisco Water |)epart- 
ment : 

Everson Mfg. Co., $1714.35| each; 
30 days net; 30 day delivery .| 

Wallace & Tieman Sales Cotp., $4,- 
912 complete : 30 days net : 60 ^ay del. 



4 2 



4/1/46 

BIDS OPENED 
SAN FRANCISCO.— The folllowing 



.20 L.OW, Arizona.— The following con- 4/1/46 

3.00 tractors have taken out plans for re- CONTRACT AWARDED 

60.00 location of beacons on the Needles- SAN FRANCISCO— A. L. Toung ' submitted bids to the Purchiiser of under Inv. D-33.27S-A for furnishing 

4.00 winslow section of the Los Angeles- ^lachmery Co., 1301 Howard St. San Supplies. 270 Citv Hall, under Bid electrical equipment, f.o.b. shipping 

150.00 Amarillo ai^^vay, for which bids will Francisco. At (1) $41.72, (2) $37.11, (3) No. 3510 for furnishing and lleliver- point and/or Tracv (items 1. 2, 10 and 

5.00 be opened April 8. lu A M., by the *-6.40, net 30 days, awarded contract ing 200 rolled Pteel car whejels for 11>- Sacramento litems 3, 4, 6, 6, 12 

3.00 Civil Aeronautics Administration, 1500 "^J' the Purchaser of Supplies, 270 the Municipal Railway: 

4.00 4th St.. Santa Monica: City Hall, under Bid No. 4406 for fur- I Edgewater Steel Co*, $40 eAch; i.^ 

Fisher Contracting Co., 516 S. 7th "'&^hing and delivering refills for of 1 ^rc 30 davs; deliver>- Octob<r. 1946. 

St., Phoenix, Ariz. ; street sweepers for the term May 1, Baldwin Locomotive Works, MO ea 

Petersen Engineering Co., 4126 26th, 1946, to April 30, 1947. K^'r 30 davs; 50 davs net; 120 day 



700.00 

8.00 

30.00 

2.00 

1.00 

.05 

.05 



31-32— WATER SUPPLY & ! 34^DAMS, RESER V 
SEWAGE DISPOSAL; DREDGIN 

PLANTS 



San Francisco, 

Schanche Construction & Engineer- 
ing. St. Louis, Mo. 
Theo. Scott, 4405 S. Normandie Ave., 
20.00 Los Angeles. 
1000.00 Shipyard Construction Co., 2659 

jcherrv Ave., Long Beach. 
^^^ — ! Wickes Engineering & Construction 

Co., Des Moines, Iowa. , golf courBe, 

Ocean Constructors, 135 Stockton ' 



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delivery- 
Bethlehem Pacific Coast Stelel Cor- 
poration, $40 each; %% 10 diiys; 30 



4///46 

BIDS WANTED . . _. , 

OAKLAND, Alameda Co., Calif.— i days net; delivery- Oct.. 1946. 

Until April 4, 5 P. M., bids ^'W be J 

received by the Oakland Board of I ~ 



A. J. Springer. $3,515 per 
$4.14-% P**" hour overtime. 

Brown-Ely. $3.70 i)er hour; 
overtime. 



hour; 



$4.33 



4 S 



4/1/46 

BIDS POSTPONED 

CENTRAL VALLEY PROJ.— Until 
Apr 17. 2 P. M. (postponed from Mar. 
271 bid.s will be received by V. S. 
Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colo., 



(1> 




Playground Directors, City Hall, for j 43 MACHINERY AND 

'>ne cash register for Lake Chabot j EOUIPMENT 



St.. San Francisco. 



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24 



Est. Cost, $8000 
Oakdale Ave., 



4/1/46 

PLANNED 

RESIDENCE 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

1400 Block. 
Construction of one-story frame and 

stucco residence. 
Owner — Harry Lowe, c/o architect 
Architect— John G. Kelley, 319 Grant 

Ave., San Francisco. 

The owner has selected a contrac- 
tor. 



27-— TRANSPORTATION 
BUILDINGS 

4//46 •• 27 

PREPARING PRELIMINARY 
PLANS 

AIRPORT Est. Cost, $500,000 

SAN MATEO. San Mateo Co., Calif. 
East of Bayshore Highway at 19th 
Ave. 

Construction of airiwrt, hangars of 
steel frame, with corrugated gal- 
vanized aluminum or Iron siding, 
to include administration building, 
business office of wood construc- 
tion, di.splay building and machine 
shops, steel frame. 

Owner — Company headed by Dr. Jo- 
seph Lorenz, 118 Occidental Ave., 
Burlingame; E. C. Watson, vice- 
president and manager; E. Bell St, 
San Mateo; Cecil R. Smith, secre- 
tar>'-treasurer. 

Architect — John G. Kelley, 319 Grant 
Ave., San Francisco. 
The first of the four runways is 

being filled in. The owners will take 

segregated bids. 



4/1/46 

4/1/46 •• 32 LOW BIDDERS ' ' 

PLANNED ' DAVIS DAM PROJ., Ariz.-Nev.- | 33 ELECTRIC LIGHTING 

SEWAGE PLANT Cost, $60 000 Rockwell Engrp. , Co., Chicago, at; 

SUSANVILLE, LasSen County Calif (Schedule 1) $2080, and American 1 



Construction of .sewage disposal plant. Bridge Co., Denver, at (Schedule 2) 

Owner— Susanville-Milwood Sanitary ?53.249 submitted low bids to the U. ^ 

Districts, Susanville. S n-.-^^" "f T?«r.inTnnfinn. Denver. , 
Engineer — Not announced 



TRANSMISSION LINES 
EQUIPMENT 



Bureau of Reclamation. Denver, 4/5/45 
under Spec. 120.5 for furnishing and gjQg POSTPONED 



The districts are'asking the county : <i^"vering fob cars at the shipping; MISSOURI BASIN 
supervisors to allocate $30,000 with R"*'^* or fob cars at V^^^^e. Arlz^ j^Yyon,ing_until April 29, 10 A M. above office 



! 4/i/46 

i BIDS POSTPONED 
; PHOENIX. Ariz.— Until April 17, 
12 P. M. (postponed from March 27), 
j bids will be received by the U. S. 
.; Bureau of Reclamation, Denver 2, 
j Colo., under Inv. C-44,235-A for coup- 
ling capacitors, line traps, etc., f.o.b. 
shipping point and/or Phoenix, Tuc- 
son and Coolidge, Ariz. ; Phoenix- . 
I Tucson transmission line. ! 

PROJECT, , Specifications obtainable from the 



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38 



the understanding that the districts ^^'>^ee gate frames and anchorages ,,, p^g^pyned from April 8), bids will 
would raise the remaining half '^^^ ^^^ 50x50-ft. spillway regulfiting 1 j^^ received by the U. S. Bureau of 4/1/46 

! gates for Davis Dam, Davis -Dam | pjg^.jg^jjjj^tion, Denver, Colo., under BIDS OPENED 

4/1/46 • 3 2 iF*roJect, Ariz.-Nev. 

PLANNED I Bids were: ; 

VALLEJO. Solano Co., Calif.-The 1 I^ckwell Engrg. Co., Chicago, 
.Solano County Board of Supervisors. ; ^^^80. 



4 2 



Court House, Fairfield, has author- I ^^I|]|'^*'^" ^^^^^ ^°' ^«"^^^' 
Ized the county engineer's office to ^^?;^^®- .^^ _. , „ TD^^io«rt 
open an Immediate survey for con- j ^.,S^^hmidt Steel Co.. Portland, 
.struction of a sewage disposal plant. ; 't'^^^*" • ^f^ s^oo.^ou. 



33 — BRIDGES 



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35 — 



John Cassaretto Co. 

Slnc« 1886 - - and SW Active 

BUILDING MAT^UALS 

READY-MIX CONCRETE 

ROCK-8A>JO-a RAVEL-LIME 

CEMENT-PLASTER-MORTAR 

WETAL LATH-WOOD LATH 

STUCCO-W IRE- NETTING 

SERVICE UNEXCELLED 



i 



BUNKERS 
Phon«: OArfi»id 3798 
6th end Charvnai. San 



4/1/46 
COMPLETE BIDS 

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif— As 
previously' reported. Oberg & Cook, 

2106 W. 93rd St., Los Angeles, at — " 

S87.433, submitt«d low bid to State 4/1/46 « 

Division of Highways, G. T. McCoy, BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
state highway engineer, State Bldg., APRIL 19. 10 A. M. 



I Spec. 1200 for the construction of the | SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Following 
.-'transmission lines and distribution | submitted bids to the State Pur- 
^^' } ."system for the Boysen Pnit, Wyo., ' chasing Agent, Sacramento, for ma- 
_. .Missouri Basin Project, as follows: : terials as follows: 
^^' I <a) Approximately 12 miles of 34.5- iQUO. 43707; Req. E47836: 
...v 'kv. transmission line from a tap con- 1 Granite Rock Co. and Central Sup- 
^ ' necting to the existing 34.5-kv. Pilot j ply Co.. bid same, total, $8000: 
o* , ^ Tkifii Butte-Thermopolis transmisison line disc. 10c ton 10th. Awarded to 

Lakeside Bridge & Steel Co.. Mii-,^^ ^j^^ proposed construction substa- ! Central Supplv. 
waukle. (2) $57,447. ,., ition at the Boysen damsite. iQUO. 4389; Req. 76436: 

Kelly Steel Works. Chicago, (i) (b> Appro.ximately li^ miles of 2300 El Rio Rock Co.. $6800: disc. 20c 
$2320. I volt line from the construction sub- \ ton 25th prox. Awarded. 

~" 1 station at the Boysen damsite to the QUO. 44375; Req. 76288: 

, proposed Boysen government camp. Azusa Rock and Sand Co., $160: 

I (c) The distribution system for the; item (1) $576; item (2) disc. 20c 



proposed Boysen government camp. 



DOCKS, PIERS & 

HARBORS . . 

Copies of the standard forms and 

85 of the specifications may be obtained 1 

' from the following offices of the j 

! Bureau of Reclamation : Walker R 1 



' 4/1/46 

COMPLETE BIDS 

; GILA PROJECT, Arizona.- ks pre- 
viously reported. Peerless Concrete 
Pipe Corp.. Santa Ana, Calif. ,| at U) 
$84,000, (2) $47,200, submitted low 
bid to the Bureau of Reclajmation, 
Denver, Colo., under Spec. 1J199 for 
furnishing and delivering I68J0OO lin. 
ft. 14-in. inside diameter regullar un- 
reinforced concrete irrigation pipe, 
tongue and groove Joint, 3-ft laying 
lengths, and 16.000 units ofl 14-in. 
turnout headwalls for Yuma-Mesa 
predevelopment, Yuma-Mesa Division 
Gila Project. Arizona, f.o.b. 'storage 
yaiy, approximately five mileij south 
of Yuma. 

The bids received were: 

Peerless Concrete Pipe Corpi, Santa 
Ana. Calif., Sch. 1, $84,000, |Sch. 2, 
$47,000. I 

Concrete Conduit Co.. Coltorl, Calif., 
(1) $93,710.40, (2) $61,904 (all oi- none). 

Seattle Concrete Pipe Co., Seattle, 
(1) $95,760, (2) $62,880. ! 

Utah Concrete Pipe Co., Saft Lake 
City, (1) $107,520, (2) $54,400, 

All the above prices f.o.b. (jiestina- 
tlon. 



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Los Ang"eles, "for construction of two KIGHT PIERS . i Young, chief engineer U_S. Custom ; 

TONGUE POINT, Astoria, Oregon. , House, Denver 2. Colo. ; H. D. Com- ; 
Tongue Point Naval Station. stock, regional director, P. O. Box 1 



bridges and approaches across Sam 
agatuma Creek and Descanso Creek 



ton 2r)th. 

Graham Bro.s.. $121.25; $472.50; net. 
Arrow Rock Co., $146.25; $526.50; 
20c ton 25th. 

Consolidated Rock Co,, $146.25: 
$526.50: 20c ton 25th. 
Pacific Rock Gravel Co., $161.25: 
$684; 20c ton 20th. 



i 



PIPE 

PIPE - VALVES - FirriNGS 

Facilities for pipe bending 
and manifvldn 

Write for Prices 

Pacific Pipe Co. 

1^0 Spear^St.. Saa Francisco 



near Descanso, San Diego County 
The work Involves: 

(1) remove bridges: 

(2) clearing and grubbing; 

(3) 30,000 cu. yds. roadway excava- 
tion; 

(4) 425 cu. yds. structural excava- 
tion ; 

(5) 9200 cu. yds. ditch and channel 
excavation ; 

(6) 135,000 sta. yds. overhaul; 

(7) develop water supply and fur- 
nish water equipment; 

(R) 1050 M gallons apply water; 
<9) 17 sta. finish roadway; 

(10) 63 tons liquid asphalt SC-2 or 
3 bituminous surface treatment; 

(11) 6400 sq. yds. prepare, mix and 
shape surface bituminous sur- 
facing treatment; 

(12) 253 lin. ft timber railing; 

(13) 400 cu. yds. class A portland ce- 
ment concrete ; 

(14) 1300 lin. ft. furnish concrete 
piles ; 

(15) 26 each drive piles; 

(16) 37 each monuments; 

(17) 100 lin. ft laminated guard rail- 
ing; 

(18) 39 each guide posts; 



4 2 



SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Bids will 



Construction of 8 piers, reinforced 2130, Billings, Mont.; Paul H. Berg, ^ 

concrete deck and precast concrete engineer, P. O. Box 658, 301 Federal 4/1/45 
pile construction with approaches Bldg., Cheyenne, Wyo., and Michael : Q,pg WANTED 
of reinforced concrete deck and w. Straus, commissioner. Bureau of ' 

precast concrete piles. Spec. 17478. Reclamation, Washington 25, D. C. ^ received bv the State Purchasine 
Alternates Im^lude (a) timber, bear- Prospective bidders desiring to visit ! ^^/.l^llr^J^^J'^i^^^^Z?^^^^^ 
ing and brace pile and reinforced the site of the work should com- 
concrete deck construction of seven ■ municate with the engineer, 
piers and one pier of concrete con- I No charge for specifications to 
struction as per basic bid (b) omis- prospective bidders; to others, $1.25, 
sion of four piers (c> omTssion of not returnable. 

one pier (d) substitution of steel H | 

piles in place of precast concrete j 

substitution of treated 



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piles (e) 



piles In place of untreated timber. ; 40—' 
Bearing and brace piles, approaches ■ 

will be constructed of reinforced ; _^__ 

concrete deck and precast concrete ' 

pile construction of steel « P»« ! b,dS WANTED 
construction in all cases whether 1 BIDS wanted 
the piers are constructed according SAN F^NCISCO 
to basic bids or alternates. Fender f^'S*' ^^ _^- 



STREETS AND 
HIGHWAYS 



Agent, Sacramento, for materials 
, and equipment as follows : 
; April 3 

jQUO. 44989; Req. 12211:. 

140 bb!s. fuel oil, to be used m 
asphalt plant boiler at Crescent 
1 City. 

QUO. 44992; Req. 12214: 
' 100 tons liq. asph., MC-5, fob Cres- 
I cent City Mtce. Station. 
iQUO. 44990; Req. 12212: 
j 140 tons MC-3 liq. asph., fob C-es- 
cent City Mtce. Station. 



4/V46 

BIDS WANTED 
BOULDER CANYON PROJECT, 

Arizona-California-Nevada. — As pre- 
viously reported, until April |l5, 2 P. 
M., bids will be received by tlfie U. S. 
Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colo., 
under Spec. 1245 for furnishing and 
delivering f.o.b. cars at the ^hippl^g 
point or f.o.b. cars at Coachellla, Calif, 
(changed from Yuma, Ariz.), three li- 
ft by 12-ft. 9-in. radial gajtes and 
three float -o|>erated gate hoists for 
wasteways 1, 2 and 3. statiojn 4782+ 
01.6, 5401+30.4 and 5716+2512; two 
10-ft by 11-ft radial gates And two 



and 13), and Coram (items 7, 8, » 

and 14^ as follows: 

Schedule No. 1 
6 each coupling capacitors with 
potential devices with carrier- 
current accessories for DeltA 
pumping plant; 
(2) 3 each do without carrier-cur- 
rent accessories for Delta pump- 
ing plant : 

4 each do with carrier-current 
accessories for South Sacramen- 
to substation; 

2 each do without carrier-cur- 
rent accessories for South S«<;- 
ramento substation : 
4 each do with carrier-urrent 
accessories for North Sacramen- 
to substation ; 

2 each do without carrier-cur- 
rent accessories for North Sac- 
ramento substation ; 

2 each do with carrier-current 
JBicccssories for Keswick power 
plant : 

4 each do without carrier-cur- 
rent accessories for_-Keswlck 
power plant; 

tdt 1 each coupling capacitor with 
carrier-current accessories for 
Keswick power plant; 
Schedule No. 2 
1 each line trap, double fre- 
quency, 800-ampere, for Delta 
pumping plant : 

4 each line trape, single fre- 
quency. 800-ampere, for DeltA 
pumping plant; 

4 each line traps, single fre- 
quency, 800-ampere, for South 
Sacramento substation; 
4 each line traps, single fre- 
quency, 800-arapere, for North 
Sacramento substation ; 

3 each line traps, single fre- 
quency, 800-ampere. for Keswick 
power plant. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(10) 



(11) 



(12^ 



(13> 



(14) 



Prospective Bidders 



Inner Breawatcr, Crescent 
City Harbor, Calif. 



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BIDS: U. 8. Engineer Of fee, 74 

New Mnotgomery St., San Francleoo; 

5000-lb. capacity hand-operated radial j Serial No. 04-203-46-6; April 10, 2 

gate hoists for the check structure I P. M. 



•• 40' 

QUO. 44093; Req. 12215: 

Until April 17,1 228 tons liq. asph. SC-4; 

bids will be received by 160 tons liq. asph. MC-3. 

Public Works, 1 delivered into State trucks D'.st. 



;ne7 in aH"cas;s wTir be untreated , '^^^^l^^'^.f'^^^, forreconstruc- i L Uklah 



Own'erlVJieau of Yards, and Docks, ition °f,,?-y^St., north one-half be^ 
Officer in Charge of Construction, ; tween 137.5 feet and 168 feet west of 

ISth Naval District, Exchange Bldg., Mason St 

'The work involves: { 

tw©- course concrete ; 



Seattle, -Wash. 
The following 
taken out plans: 

Gilpin Constriction Co 



contractors have Id) 4000 sq. ft 



QUO. 44982: Req. 15503: 
' Two nine-foot material spreaders, 
1 Buckeye or equal; four extra 

draw bars for above, fob Stock- 
ton. 



(19) 0.36 mile new property fence; 

(20) 96 lin. ft 36-in. CM^ 12-gage; 

(21) 3 each spillway assemblies; - ^ ,,. 

(22) 66 lin. ft. 8-in. CMP downdralns, San Francisco 8, Calif. 
16-gage- ; Case Construction Co., P. 



One pneumatic tired, wheel type 



sidewalk (reconstruct) ; i rvitr* akqkt ■ ^t^^IiK^ 

. .,„p... ..»..™. 4830 NW.i(2) 200 sq. ft asphaltic macadam side- I QUO 4^J^^Req. 4152 

1 Front, Portland, Ore. T!^ ' *♦ .a».»,oU»/. alH^walk i tractor, fob Redding via freight. 

Pacific Bridge Co., 333 Kearny St.. !(3) 100 «q. ft aaphaltlc sidewalk ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ Stockton. 

O Box' Sp^eci?icatfonsobtainablefromCity QUO. 45858; Req. .178: 

1 TCnpineer Ralnh Wadsworth City *^"® pneumatic tired, wljeel type 

(23) 96 Un. ft salvage existing pipe. 6. San Pedro. Calif. ■fcr„..v«t Hall unon deposit of $10. ' i tractor, fob San Luis Obispo, 
culverts; e f f- ^^^ ^ Gerwick, Inc., 112 Market .nan, upon ae posit 01 » xv. | QUO. 45-359; Req. 6136: 

(24) 75.000 lbs. furnish bar relnforc- , St, San Francisco 11^ ^ ^ _ ^^^ ; , Two pneumatic tired wheel type 



ing steel ; 



Kaiser Co., Inc., P. O. Box 1632, ' 



4/1/46 



40 



(25) 75,000 lbs. place bar reinforcing . Richmond. Calif. ^,„„,, BIDS WANTED 
steel; ; Marine Contractors, Inc., Portland, g^^TTLE. Wash.— Until April 4, 

(26) 8 each portable timber barri- ^' J^^^- . „^ , ^_ , ti««« 10 A. M., bids will be received by 

cades; --.--■.---.- 



tractors with %-c.y. front end 
loader, fob San Bernardino. 



(27) miscellaneous Items of work. 

The total bids received were: 
(A) Oberg & Cook, $87,433. 
(B> M. H. Golden Construction Co. 

$92,634.29. 
(C) Carroll & Foster, $102,643. 

The unit bids were: 



Morrison-Knudsen Co., Inc., Hoge ; ^^^^ Board of Public Works, County 
Bldg.. Seattle. Wash. ■^^, g,^ Seattle, for paving of 35th I 

The Arund«/Corp. and L. E. Dixon , ^^^^ ^^ "^^ Estimated cost, $90,617. I 

Specifications obtainable from the : 



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SCOOPMOBILE 

# Opens new channels for Mechanized Ma- 
terial handling. 

# Scoopmobile ATTACHMENTS and 
SCOOPS are all designed to be inter- 
changeable. 

# Scoops are quickly and easily removed and 
any attachment easily installed by simply 
removing and replacing two pins. 



MIXERMOBILE 

Ferfable Concrefe & Elevating Plmt 

BUGGYI4OBILE 

Powered Coscrct* Baggy 

SCOOPMOBILE 

Scoops, Lifts, I4ev«s oad Loods 



94 cubic yard Hop- 
per (or transport- 
ing, elevating and 
pouring concrece. 

Lifting arms for 
handling or load- 
ing concrete blodcs. 

Lifting arms, with 
six detachable arms. 

Lifting boom. 



FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CALL 

RHOBIS & JAMIESON, Ltd. 

BUIL&fNG MATERIALS • READY MIXED CONCRETE 
Foot of 23rd Avemi* OAKLAND KEIlog 3-5225 



'Co.. 609 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. 

i Port of Astoria, Astoria. Ore. 

I Port of Portlamd, SpAldlng Bldg., 

; Portland. 

: Puget Sound Bridge & Dredging 

!co.. 2929 16th SW., Seattle. 

General Construction Co., 3840 Iowa 
■Ave., Seattle. 

I Sound Construction Co., 1403 W. 
45th. Seattle. 

Guy F. Atkinson, 807 4th, Seattle. 
Manson Construction Co., 821 Alas- 
kan Way. Seattle. 



above office. 



36— PARKS, AIRPORTS & 
PLAYGROUNDS 



36 



4/1/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SEQUIM. Wash.— Until ApHl 25. 3 
P., M., bids will be received by the 



4/1/46 * 

BIDS WANTED 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, San 
Mateo Co., Calif.— Until April 16, 4 
P. M., bids will be received by the 
Housing Authority of the City of 

. I South San Francisco, J. E. Rlccoml, 

! ! executive director, 200 Victory Ave., 

471/46 •• 40 Lindenville, South San Francisco, for 

CONTRACT AWARDED : furnishin gand Installing three flre- 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY, Calif. — , alarm boxes In Lindenville housing 

' Griffith Co.. 1060 S. Broadway, Los project. 

Angeles, at $128,126, awarded contra/:t ; Specifications obtainable from the 
by State Director of Public Works above office. 

C. 'H. Purcell, Sacramento, for about i 

1.1 miles In length to be graded and j 4/1/46 •♦42 

1 paved with asphaltic concrete on I BIDS WANTED 

; cement-treated base on Rosemead i CENTRALLY ALLEY PROJ, Calif. 

Blvd., between Huntington Blvd. and • —Until April 10. 2 P. M., bids will 

Colorado St. (VIII-LA-168-C), in Los | be received by the U. S. Bureau of 

■ Vngeles County. j Reclamation, Denver, under Inv. D- 

(" !33.287-A, for fumishing (1) three 10- 

i ! inch 100-lb. flanged twin strainer, 

iand (2) three 10-inch 250-lb. do. fob 
1 shipping point and/or Coram. Calif. ; 
' Shasta Power Plant, Kennett Divi- 
sion, Central Valley I*roject. 



at station 5401-1-39.65, and tvjo 10-ft. 
by 11-ft. radial gates and two* 5000-lb. 
capacity hand-operated radial gate 
hoi-sts for the check structure at sta- 
tion 5717+25. Coachella Can(al, AU- 
Amerlcan Canal System. Boulder 
Canyon I*roject, Arizona-Csullfomia- 
Nevada. The gates and hoists will 
be installed by the govemnient. No 
charge for copies of the specifications 
to prospective bona fide bldlders-, to 
others. $1.25, not returnable, i 



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4/1/46 

BIDS WANTED 

ELK GROVE, Sacramettto Co., 
Calif.— Until April 11, 8 P. M., bids 
will be received by the Elk Grove 
Union High School District, B. Henry 
Kloss, clerk. Elk Grove, for dne tran- 
sit ty|>e school bus seating 73 school 
students. 



4/1/46 3^ •• 43 

BIDS WANTED 

ROSEVILLE, Placer Co.. ! Calif.— 
Until April 10. 5 P. M., bldsl will be 
received by the City of itosevllle, 
R. W. Terry, city clerk, Cl|ty Hall, 
for furnishing one automobll0 for the 
police department 



Macco Constr. Co., Freight and 
Ferry Sts., Oakland. 

Fredrickson & Watson Constr. Co., 
873— 81st Ave., Oakland. 

Basalt Rock Co., Inc., 900 Sth St., 
Napa. 

Ben a Gerwick, Inc., 112 Market 
St.. San Francisco. 

Piombo Bros. & Co., 1571 Turk SU, 
San Francisco. 

Heafey- Moore Co.. 344 High St.. 
Oakland. 

Healy-Tibbitts Constr. Co., 1100 Ev- 
ans Ave., San Francisco. 

Duncanson-HarrelBon Co.. deYoung 
Bldg., San Francisco. 



I Excaration of Hyperion 
I Activated Sludge Plant Site, 
i Etc, Los Angeles 



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4/1/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY. Calif.— 
Until April 12. 8 P. M., bids will be 
received by the Florin Sch(t>ol Dis- 
trict, C. R. Thomas, clerk, Jfloute 1, 
Box 7, Florin, for rental of school bus. 



43 



Madiinery & Material 



WANTED 

FOPSALE. FOR RENT 

iiStV EQUIPMENT 
ANL MATERIALS 



FOR SALE 

NEW & RECONDmONED 
DIMENSION LUMBER 

TIMBERS, wallboarda, plambing, 
pip«., millwork, and other building 
materials. SALE PRICES. Large 
itocks of "hard to get" itens. 

Wire, writ*, or 'phone 

CLEVFILAND WRECKING CO. 

29m TUird St. - VAleacU 4977 

FOR SALE 

TRAILER-14-ft x 7-ft portabl* 
I Field Office 

; TWO BUILT-IN DmAFTINQ TA- 
iBLES. 

BUILT-IN DESK. 
LARGE FLUORBSOENT FIX- 
TURES. 

Comar Ehigrineertng Co., Ill New 
Montgomery St Phone YUkon 1925. 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, newe 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as fellows: 

Misc. Suppllee A Materials 42 
Machinery and Equipment 43 



3 3 



; 4/1/46 

j CONTRACT AWARDED 

LOS ANGELES, Calif.— Contract- 
ing Engineers Co., 2310 ^4 W Vernon 
Ave., LoH Angeles, at $127,632 award- 
ed contract by C. H. Purcell, State 



I Director of Public Works Sacra 



; men to. for construction of two over- 
head crossings and retaining walls 
on Santa Ana Parkway over Ramona 
Parkway Ramp 4 in Los Angeles. 



42— MISC. SUPPLIES AND 
MATERIALS 



FOR RENT 



4/i>46 •• 42 

i NOTICE OF SALE 

j SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 11, 
1 10 A M., bids will be received by 
' the Navy Material Redistribution and 

Disposal Office, 785 Market St, Sam 

Francisco, under Sales No. B-346-46 
f for sale of mooring lines, ramps and 

braces, door track, etc., located at 
1 9th Ave. Pier, Oakland. 
i 

4/1/46 •• 42 

NOTICE OF SALE 
SAN FRANCISCO.— UnUl April 12, 
j 10 A M., bids will be received by 
' the Navy Material Redistribution and 

Disposal Office. 785 Market St, San 
1 Francisco, under Sales No. B-348-46 
' for sale of salvage lumber, located at 
:9th Ave. Pier, Oakland. 

'4/1/46 •• 42 

1 BIOS WANTED 

I SAN FRANCISCO— UnUl April 15, 

3 P. M., bids will be received by the 
i Purchaser of Supplies, 270 City Hall, 
; under Bid No. 3520 for furnishing and 
I delivering cast manganese track spe- 
' cial work for the Municipal Railway. 
Specifications obtainable from the 

above office. 



4/1/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCtO. San 
Mateo Co.. Calif.— Until Apriti 3, 7 :30 
P. M., bids will be received by the ^^jf^ 
South San Francisco Unified School '"'^ 
District. L D. McLeod, cleitk. High 
School Bldg., 501 Spruce Ave.. South 
San Francisco, for two new: Wayne 
transicoaches. Model TR-40449-A, 66- 
high school pupil capacity eltch, one 
bus only equipped with- baggaige rack. 



BIDS: Los Angelee Board of Pub* 
lie Works, 15i3 City Hall, Loe An- 
geles, April 10, 10 A. M. 

Case Construction Co., P. O. Box 

109, San Pedro. 

Natnan A. Moore, 2951 W. Valley 
Blvd.. Alhaiiibra. 

Guy F. Atkinson Co., IIOS E. Oar- 
vey Ave. San Gabriel 

Gunthyjr & Shirley Co., 714 W. 
Olvmpic Blvd., Los Angeles. 

J. E. Haddock. Ld., 3538 E. Fpot- 
hltl Blvd., Pasadeoa. ic 

Morrison - Knudsen Co., 810 Title 
Guarantee Bldg. Los Angeles. 

Pacific Bridge Co., 333 Kearny St, 
San Francisco. 

R. A. Watson Co., 5528 Vlneland 
Ave., North Hollywood. 

Western Dredg^ing & Construction 
Co., 315 Park Central Bldg., Loe An- 



4/1/46 I •• 43 

BIDS WANTED I 

SALINAS, Monterey; Co., ' Calif.— 
Until April 4, 1 P. M., bids will be 
received by the Salinas Unibn High 
School District. R. D. Case, secretary, 
102 Salinas National Bank Blldg.. Sa 
llnas, for two school buses with 73 
passenger capacity. 



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4/1/46 • 

BIDS OPENED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— The following 
submitted bids to the Purchaser of 



4/1/46 

BIDS OPENED 

MARIN. Napa and Sonor^a Cos., 

Calif. — Following submitted bids to 

I the State Division of High-fvays. J. 

i H. Skeggs, District Engln^r, 2001 

4 2 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, for 

rental of one or more pneumatic 

tired dump trucks of not l^ss than 



Rhoades Bros. & Shofner, 3869 Med- 
! ford St. Loe Angeles. 
! W. E. Kier Construction Co., 1462 
' N. Stanley Ave., Los Angeles. 

Peter Klewit Sons Co., 650 S. Grand, 
1 Room 505, Los ^ngeles. 
I R H. Fllcklnger, 5017 S. Cimarron 
Ave., Los Angeles. 

N. E:arl Roche. 1667 Rancho Ave, 
Glendale. 

Hydraulic Dredging Co., Ltd., 1221 
Central Bank Bldg., Oakland. 

Macco Construction Co., 815 N. 
Paramount Blvd., Clearwater. 

Clyde Wood, Inc., 6900 Tujunga 
Ave., P. O. Box 620, North Holly\i'Ood. 
San Francisco Bridge Co., 503 Mar- 
ket St, San Francisco. 

Bressl & Bevanda Construction Co., 
Inc., 417 S. Hill St, Room 764, Loa 
Angeles. 

Case Construction Co., P. O. Box 
6, Berth 109. San Pedro. 

Barnes & Delaney, 615 E. Willow 
St., Long Beach. 

Co., Forum Bldg., 



George Pollock 
Sacramento. 
Winston Bros. 



Co.. 411 W. 5th St, 



4 c.y. level capacity for approx. 250 . Los Angeles. 



SANTA FE DAM, LOS ANGELES COUNTY 



LUMBER HANDLING BQUIP- 
MENT : CARRIERS, STACKERS, 
i TRUCKS. Call Mac, Pacific Carriers. 
lOaWand. KE 4-1651. 

WANTED 



RAILROAD SPIKE MAULS, 

TRACK SHOVELS and other TRACK 

i TOOLS, new or seeond-hand. Call 

TRinMad 1789. (te 4/1/46) 



4/1/46 •• 42 

BIDS OPENED 

KNIGHTS LANDING. Yolo Co., 
Calif— Lester L Rice, 605 14th St, 
Marvsville, at $2.90. submitted low 
bid 'to the U. S. Engineer Office, 
•Wright BWg., Sacramento, under 
! Spec. 429-0 for 5000 tons cobblestones 
at Knights Landing. 

Other bids were: 

Lord k. Blflhop. $2:96. 

L. G. Lenta. 18.12. 



LOS ANGELES, Calif.— As previ- 
ously reported. Guerin Bros., 649 S. 
Olive St.. Los Angeles, at $483,431, 
submitted low bid to the U. S. Dis- 
trict Engineer Office, 751 S. Figueroa 
St. Los Angeles, for the completion 
of embankment and spillway, Santa 
Fe dam, Los Angeles County; Serial 
150. The site of the work Is on the 
San Gabriel River, 3% miles south- 
west of the City of Azusa. 

The work Involves completion of 
embankment of the dam to final 
grade and section, requires filling 
with impervious core material ob- 
tained from an existing stockpile; 
filling with pervious material of 
varied grading obtained from a bor- 
row pit and from excavations, and 
grouted stone ramps for service roads, 
walks and curbs. In the spillway 
portion of the dam, the new work 



(1) 

(2)„.i.-... 

(3).., 

(4)..„ — 

(5) 

(6) — 

(7) 

(8) 

(91 



I consists of completing the boncrete 
ogee and placing derrick stinne be- 
low the stilling pool. The recorder 
house shall be completed above the 

' existirsg constnrctlon joint 

The bids will be taken as follows: 

(1) 2000 cu. yds. stripping; 

(2) 28,300 cu. yds. stockpile excava- 
tion; 

(3) 218,300 cu. yds. borrow excaTa- 
Uon; 

(4) 125.000 cu. yds. of construction 
ramp excavation ; 

(5) 18.600 cu. yds. aone I fllj; 

(6) 16,3a^cu. yds. rone II fill; 

(7) 160,700 c\x. yds. zone HI fill; 

(8) 54,800 cu. yds. zone IV nil; 

(9) 31.900 cu. yds. zone V fUll; 

(10) 16.500 tons of spillway derrick 
stone; 

(11) 370 cu. yds. grouted stone ramps, 
stairways and curbs; 



(12) 20,100 cu. yds. ogee concrete; 
(IS) 2250 sq. ft. 94 -In. expansion Joint 
filler; 

(14) 4 tons water stop material; 

(15) 27.000 bbls. portland cement; 

(16) 144 Mn. ft fencing; 

.(17) Inmp sum recorder house super- 
structure. 
The total bids submitted were: 

(A) Guerin Bros., $483,431. 

(B) Baslch Bros., $486,497.30. 

(C) Bressl & Bevanda Constructor*, 
Inc., $510,463. 

(D) Winston Bros., $555,550.50. 

(E) Morrison-Knudsen Co.. $555,651.50. 
(F» Hubert H. Everist Sr, $574,806.20. 
(G) Vinnell Co., $594,782.50. 

(H) Grafe-Callahan Construction Co., 

$649,829. 
(I) Guy F. Atkinson Co., $687,912. 
fj) (Jovemment estimate, $511,065.17. 
The unit bids submitted were: 



aO) 

(11)-.- 

(12)..„ 

(18).... 

(14)..„ 

(15)„. 

(16).... 

(17).._. 



(A) 


(B) 


(C) 


(D) 


(E) 


1 07 


$ .18 


$ .30 


$ .15 


$ .48 


.46 


.46 


.40 


.90 


.42 


.86 


.46 


.55 


.60 


.52 


.06 


.06 


.15 


.15 


.29 


Jl 


.26 


.18 


.22 


.26 


XL 


.26 


.18 


.22 


.26 


.14 


.1» 


.18 


xn 


.06 


.12 


46 


.12 


.25 


.22 


.12 


.30 


.12 


.25 


.15 


5.50 


4.35 


4.50 


4.50 


4.30 


14.50 


25.00 


25.00 


15.00 


20.00 


6.35 


7.00 


&00 


10.00 


9.50 


.20 


.25 


.40 


.25 


.65 


200.00 


U&OO 


200.00 


25aoo 


80.00 


2J0 


2.40 


'2.20 


2.55 


Z60 


1.75 


LTO 


L50 


1.50 


2.00 


sooaoo 


6000.00 


8500.00 


5000.00 


12000.00 



(F) 


(G) 


(H) 


(I) 


(J) 


' s 


$ JO 


% 3& 


$ -38 


% J3 


.54 


.35 


SS 


JO 


m 


.74 


.35 


.60 


.48 


ax 


.» 


.14 


.26 


J4 


jt 


.2S 


JO 


J3 


J3 


J6 


.23 


.40 


J2^ 


M 


JS 


.10 


.48 


J6* 


.11 


XI 


.10 


.42 


JO 


.30 


n 


.16 


.43 


JO 


.17 


6.10 


4.60 


&00 


5J0 


4J6 


20.80 


23.50 


22.00 


10.00 


16.88 


7.80 


9.00 


12.20 


13.00 


8.04 


.28 


.23 


.50 


JO 


J4 


220.00 


100.00 


35.00 


75.00 


111.00 


2.60 


2.25 


2J0 


2.15 


2J5 


L80 


2.00 


100 


L50 


1.06 


M66l60 


loooaoo 


4000.00 


4600.00 


3263.00 



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PAGE 4 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



MONDAY. APRIL I. 1946 



BiMldfoigr PermittSy Confr acIs^ R^^corded Notices 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Applications 



floor, new fixtures and cases to 
bakery store, |2000; 200 Powell St; 
owner, Hubert J Jukens; contrac- 
tor, Jos L. Barnes, 752 Folsom St. 



OAKLAND 



SAN FRANCISCO 



ALTER, $2000; 3306 Grand Avenue; 
owner, Riviera Co, c/o cntr; con- 
tractor, Henry Arlan Conatr Co, j 
4142 Geary Blvd. S F. 



comp. roof, |55.000; 1725 24th St ; RESTAURANT »40000; ptn Lot SO, 
owner, B L Lancaster, 1800 18th' "— r^A^*' ♦*^.'"^'_»^ , 



CLASS "B" DRUG BUILDING, |130,- 

000; NW 4th and Clementina Sts; 

owner, S E Massengill Co, 240 4th '' DWELLINGS, two 2-8tory 6-room, 
St; builder. E S McKlttrick Co, 610 ! ®311 Castlewood St, |6300; 9321 Cas- 
16th St, Oakland ; architect, Howard ! tleywood, |6000 ; owner and build- 
Sweeting, 101 Post St I er, Richard H Uneoln, 1352 «2nd 
ALTER WAFFLE SHOP, $30,000; I Avenue. 
914-16 Market St; owner. Bunny's ^^ORE. l-story frame, $9473; 6126 
Waffle Shop, prem ; buUder, Mills i Medau Place ; owner, Henry La 
Construction Co. 605 Market St | ^P^rgue, Oakland; contractor, 
APARTMENTS (2-8tory frame) (2). I J^"^cettl, 4121 Lusk St 
116,000 each; W 18th Ave 200 S.-^^^^, $700; 646 Kennedy St; own- 
Lincoln Way; S Lincoln Way 107% f^- ^^y Cities Box Co prem; con- 
W 16th Ave; owner and bnUaer, ] ,^^°'' ^J^^^^^^^o^^^^^^ 
C T Lindsay, Inc. 824 TaravaL .ALTER, $40,000. 1801-03 l^anklm 

'St; owner and contractor, J Rossi i 
2840 Claremont, Berkeley; engi- 
neer, John A Blume. 68 Post St. 
Sao Francisco. 



FLATS (2-8tory frame) (20), $10,000 i 
each ; SB 38th and Irving St ; Si 
Irving 45 E 48th Ave; E 44th Ave ,1 
50 N Anza ; NE 44th Ave and Anza ; { 
SE 42nd Ave and Cabrlllo ; S Ca- i 
brillo 47.6 E 42nd Ave ; NE 17th and ' 
Stanyan Sts ; SE Rivoli and Cole ; 
Sts; S Rivoli 50 E Cole; SE 44th 
Ave and Clement; S Clement 60 E i 
44th Ave; NW Cole and Carmel; 



ALTER. $75,000; 1220-26 Washing- 
ton St; owner, Angerman Co, c/o 
cntr; contractor. Mills Constr Co, 
605 Market Street, San Francisco; 
architect, Wm E Schirmer, Broad- 
way Bldg. 



St; contractor. Kaiser Brothers 

DWELLINGS, three 5-room. stucco 
and wood shingle, $5000 each ; 3801. 
3646 9th Ave, 3200 38th St; owner, 
S J Garfinle, 2820 24th St; con- 
tractor, California Western Bldrs. 
2820 24th St 

CLINIC bldg and offices, two bldgs, 
$20,000; 2201 O St and 1427 22nd 
St; owner, Dr R J Simmonds. Cal- 
ifornia State Life Bldg; contrac- 
tor. Frank Mead. Jr, 4452 Francis 
Court 

DWELLING, five-room, frame and 
stucco, $7000; 1981 36th St; owner. 
L 8 Suchetta; contractor, Mark- 
wart, Ahem and Spear Sts. 

DWELLING, five-room, frame and 
*^{ shingle. $7450; 1409 55th St; owner. 
E Halloway; contractor, Mark- 
wart Co, Ahem and Spear Sts. 

DWELLING, 5-room, frame, stucco, 
wood shingle, $5550; 1961 57th St; 
owner, K Wiggleworth; contractor 
Markwart Co, Ahem and Spear. 

DWELLING, 5-room, frame, stucco, 
wood shingle, $6642; 1921 57th St; 
owner, Ross Little; contractor, 
Markwart Co. Ahem and Spear. 



36th and El Camino Real; owner, 
La Horre ft Bramante; builder, 
Conway & Culligan, 37th and BU 
Camino ReaL 
ALTER STORE, $2000; 2327 El Ca- I* 
mino; owner. Walter A Burke; i- 
builder. Cunningham Construction i 
Co, 1162 Bryant St San Francisco, - 



Lkais Filed 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



SAN CARLOS 



Recorded Amount 

Mar 21. 1946— SE COR HOLLY Dr 
and Twin Oaks Ave. Citrus Hgts 



Dist Sterling Lumber Co vs F {st.. San Francisca 



Woetem Dredging ft Coouitructkm 475 SW comer Williams and Men- 
Co , 315 ra* Central Bidg., Los An- i dell Ave; owner. L E Nile* Co o«b- 
«®j"*- ^ {t»5actor, At]^ Elec ft Ene Co- ' 

Hydrautic Dredging Co., Ltd., Id i 476 25th Ave and Geary ' ownen 

^•S^"*' ST^.A^- 2*''»*»»- P«t™» Corp; contractor. At'laJ^SS 

Peter Kiewit Sons Co., 442 Po«t St. A Engrg Co; motors. 

S^ Frandaco. i 477 G«ary and Collms SU , owner 

0«org« PoUock Co., Fonun Bldg, j Petrol Corp; contractor. Atlas Elec 

Sacramento. ift Engrg Co; motors. 

Granite Rock Co., Box 151. Watson- ' .478 Geary and Stelner; owner, 

^"1«- I Petrol Corp; contractor. Atlas Eleo 

Franks Dredging Co., 360 Calif omla ' & Kngrg Co; motors. 



DWELLING, $7000; 1975 Arroyo Ave; j 
owner and builder, W S Melvllla i 

STORAGE TANK (gas). $100; lUl i 
Eaton Ave ; owner and buUder, > 
Howard Overby, 1131 Baton. | 

DWELLING, $10,000 ; 2335 St Francis > 
Way ; owner and builder, Edwin W 
Wills. 

DWELLING, $7000; 2001 Eucalyptus 
Ave ; owner and builder, Gould Con- 
struction Co, 680 Laurel St 



M Harold - ^..$1138^ 



479 1336 Grove St; owner, Petrol 



Rdeaie of Liens 



M«a 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 

Recorded Amount 

IMar 19, 1946— N % LOT 22. Rich 



N"cam.el' 50 W Cole; SW Sh.ader ! ^'^O^' ^^^*°^'' ii^l «^^f ?^j 



and 17th Sts ; N 17th St 50 E Stan- 



owner, E W Stetson, 1907 102nd 

yan; NW Hth St and Cole; S 17th ' j^YfJ «^^«^' ^ Flener. 3866 May- 

St 50 E Belvedere; SE 17th St and ; * t T'ttt? ST-^n • iru iifi, Qt..^o* • ^r^ 
Belvedere; S 17th St 50 W Shrader; ^ ^^^^^' ^^^^ • ^^ "^*^ ^^""^^^^ °^- 



PALO ALTO 



N 17th St 50 W Cole ; owner and ' 

builder, Henry Doelger, Builder, ! 

Inc. 320 Judah. I 

^LATS (2-story frame) (4), $9200 ; 

each ; SW 12th Ave and Kirkham ; j 

S Kirkham 30, 60. 90 W 12th Ave; 

owner and builder, Atlais Realty Co, j 

1500 Judah. 
FLATS (2-story frame) (2), $8500 • 

each ; N Silver 278.9, 309 E Mission ; ! 

owner, Alemany Construction Co, '■ 

43,11 Mission ; builder, Martire & I 

McKinney. 4277 Mission, 



er. Donick Hall Assn, prem; con- j 
tractor, Chris Pedersen. 667 Chet- ! 
wood St. 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 
Unincorporated 



APTS. $18,000; Lots E and F Blk 

23, Chadboume Ave, Milbrae Villa 

Tract; owner, W V Lawrence, 721 i 4/^*0 "k,Toj„^»c, \.\a^ 
r->,«Hho„.^« TWiiihro^ ^oT,tnoot«^ .ALTER busmess bldg 



MOTEL, l-story type, 6 units and 
residence, $21,000; 3220 El Camino 
Real ; owner and builder, A L and 
F H Currier. 3095 Middlefield Rd; 
plans by A B Goff, 389 Margarita. 

RESIDENCE and garage, $10,000; 
234 Madrone Ave; o^vner, Marie 
Howard, Stanford Univ; contrac- 
tor, Sunlite Homes, 446 Emerson. 

RESIDENCE and garage. $10,000; 
1145 Lincoln Ave ; owner. W F 
Klay, 175 Primrose Way. 

ALTER business bldg, $1500; 356 
Hamilton Ave; owner, C S Quayle; 
contractor. W P (joodenough, 49 
Wells Ave, 

$5000; 433 



land Tract Calvin C Hamill to 
Wm H Bryant (labor and mate- 
rials) _ - $1024 



CLASS "C" BUILDING, $18,000; 1166- | 

1178 San Carlos Ave; owner, Mj 

Berganton ; builder. Charles Peder- j 

san. 333 Occidental Ave. Burlingame 
DWELLING. $8000; 248 Garnet Ave; 

owner and builder, Arvil Larsen, ! 

530 Chestnut St | 

QUONSET HUT, $2000 ; 1001 Indus- ■ 

trial Way ; owner and builder, Fred 1 

Hiatt 
DWELLING, $8000; 1720 Belmont j 

Ave ; owner, M Pref takis ; builder, , — -- — — 

Dal Engineering Co. \^^Jh ^^^^^l ^^^^ ^^"^ ^^- 

CLASS "C" BUILDING, $20,000; 776' TOMA ST. John, Siranoush and 
Laurel St ; owner. Henry «Uccl. 1978 ! Hrant Avakian as to improve- 



T. K. C«t)nnoUy, 461 Mariket Bt, Ban i Corp ; contractor, Atlas Electric and 

Francisco. i Engrg Co; motors. 

I Standard Dredging Corp., 800 Oma- [ 480 Franklin and Elite Sts ; own- 

tfal Bldg., Los Angelaa «r. Petrol Corp; contractor. Atlaj 

I American Dredging Co., 1419 Broad- Elec ft Engirg Co ; motors. 

way, Oakland. I 481 FranKtin and Oak Sts; owner. 

{Petrol COrp; contractor, Atlas Eleo 

I ■♦• ■♦• ft Engrg Co; motors. 

Sanitary Trunk Line Sewert I ^^ Sacramento and Dmmm Sta: 

^nftm Rr«M CmMt owner. Petrol Corp; contractor, At- 

aanta KOta, Caht. [ . i^. mec & Engrg Co; motora. 

^ ' ▼ . 4^ 5th and Harrison Sts ; owner 

BIDS: City of Santa Roea, City Petrol Corp; contractor. Atlas Eleo 



Non-Responsibility 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Hall, Sanita Rosa, April 2, • P. M 
Plans by City Engineer Walter P. 
Adam*, Santa Rosa. 

John Peistana. 16411 E. 14th St. San 
Leandro. 

Undergi*ound Construction Co., 76th 
Ave. and San Leandro Blvd., Oak- 
land. 

Freethy -Fogelberg Co., 14S8 
ney St, 1^\ Cerrito, 



ft Engrg Co ; motors. 



OAKLAND 



I 30499 4325 E 14th St ; o^Kxer, Babes 
I Play Haven ; contractor. Manning ft 
{Whitaker: sign. 

I 36500 685 12th St; owner. Curtis; 
I contractor, Manning ft Whitaker; 



Chadbom^e Mlllbrae. contractor, Emerson St; owner, W D and A 

San Matio Ellsworth., ^ Wasson. 151 Lincoln Ave: con- 

DWELLING (l-story frame). $7200;!addn to bakrrv S1500- Tot 2 Bik tractor, W P Goodenough, 49 Wells. 

SMolton St 167 ESteiner; owner. ;^?,^;^l^^^^^^ apt $2000; 729 Waverley; 

Albert Tiel 2248A Greenwich St; : ^^.^er and builder, John Camodetti 
builder, H JuhUn, 3044 Fillmore St 



Millbrae. 



owner, Glenn Kenyon, 877 Lincoln 
Ave ; contractor. Aro & Okerman. 



A.LTER CLOTHING STORE. *7000; j^eSIDENCE 

138 Kearny St ; owner. Hirsch ft ,' 

Price, prem; builder, Chas O Jones, : 

49 Zoe St 
DWELLING (l-story frame). $6000; j 

W 34th Ave 250 N Rivera; owner 

and builder. W Falvey, 3196 Wash 

ington St 
DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (2) 

$6000 each; S Kirkham 82.6. 107.6 1 ^ino Real. Burilngame. 

W 46th Ave; owner and builder, J i MOVE restaurant. $6000; Lots 20. 

Warda. 1574 45th Ave. 1 21 Blk 15, Skn Francisco Blvd, Sa- 



Box 433. 



Carmelita Dr; builder. J Betten 
court. 422 San Anselmo, San Bruno. ; 

CLASS "C" BUILDING. $50,000; 873- ; 
891 Laurel St; owner, Jesse Davis, i 
1415 Lagruna, Burlingame , builder, , 
EUingson & Mitchell. 
I DWELLING, $9000; 17 Belvedere; 
owner. Keith Byers ; builder. Bat- 
ton Co. ! 

DWELLING, $7000; 310 Pearl St; ; 
owner and builder, Richard Deluc- j 
chi. 420 San Mateo Ave. Ssui Bruno, j 

ADDITION, $1000 ; 161 Fairmont Ave ; j 
owner, John McCormick ; builder, 1 
Fred Peacock, 7lS Laurel Ave. 

DWELLINGS (2), 1521 Cedar St I 
$8000; 1701 Howard Blvd, $9000; 1 
owner and builder, R Alessandri, ! 
4001 Alemany Blvd. San Francisco. | 

10 Molton 



ments on property. 
Mar 28. 1946— W VAN NESS Ave 
100 S Filbert. Edwin Hover, 
agt for H M and H D Berbst a? 
to improvements on proi>erty. 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 

Mar 22, 1946— NE COR Tract land 
in SLS 96. D D Jackson, Minnie 
H Ryan and Ethel M Schiller as 
to ipiprovements on property. 



Guy F. Atkinson Ca, Orange and switches. 

Railroad Avee.. South San Franciaca , 36501 24th and Union ; owner, W 

Stolte. inc., 8451 San Leandro St, j H Pollard Co ; contractor, Spott El 

Oakland. ; Co ; 5 Ooutlets ; 20 switches ; fixtures ; 

Bechtel Bros. & McCone, 220 BusH ' 50 plugs. 
St. San Il*rancl8ca ' 36502 535 E 14th St; owner, Jas 

C. Dudl«y DeVelbiss Co., Bastshore Arnett & Sons; contractor, Spott El; 
Highway and Huntington Ava, Rich- 20 outlets ; 18 switches ; 20 fixtures ; 
Imond, 1^^ plugs. 

Edward Green. 3001 Coolldge Ave..! 36503 593 98th Ave; owner. Ris- 
JLoe Angeles. | don ; contractor. Marelco, Inc; out- 

I Wm. D, Rapp. 705 Bennett Ava, lets ; switches ; fixtures ; plugs. 



Santa RotMu 



$9000; Lots E. F and ' ^^ajj^^jlpE and earaire S6000- 2681 ALTERATIONS, $1400; 
G anp tn of H, Blk B, Altschul «^S1U1!.ivcil ana garage, $bUUO, £Wi \ ^_ ^ ^,,.,^^ 

Ave, Menlo Park; owner. Col W 
Scott Smith, Rte 1, Box 742, Men- 
lo Park; contractor, W P God- 
enough, 49 Wells Ave, Palo Alto 



Cowper St; owner, T L Wlllard. | f^^e; owner and builder. Paul But- 

1215 Alma St; contractor, Philip '*®5Uc ..am.. t>ttxt -r^-nvTr^ «i«;nnn. 777 
Darr, 131 Park Blvd; plans by H CLASS "C" BUILDING, *15.0«>'^77- 
TJpisnn Mtn Vipw: ' I 791 Laurel St; owne^ H O Wal- 

ters ; builder, Louis T Bleily. 



Dismamtling, Demolition and 

Removal of Temporary 
Bmlditigs and Government 

Property, Premises of 
Chevrolet Motor Co., 10626 
E. I4tti St, Oakland, Calif. 

y , -^ 

BIDS: U. S. Engineer Office, 74 

New Montgomery St, San Francisco; 

BIDS: Board of Education, Stock- I Serial N*. 04-203-46-12; April 9, 2 



ProspectiYe Bidders 



Hazeltcm Elementary School I 
Additicm, Stockton, Calif, i 




DWELLING (l-story frame), $6000; 
W 34th Ave 225 N Rivera; owner 



I lada Beach ; owner and contratc- 
tor, Ray T Higglns, Sharp Palk 



erett Ave; owner, J T Jordan, et 
al, 903 Ramona St 
BUSINESS bldg, type 3, l-story. $12- 
000; 1935-37 El Camino Real; own 



and buUder. L Huffaker. 1269 7thiREsiDENCE. $7«W; Lot 2 Blk 8.! r,!' ^ » and A B Mertltt. Los 



Ave 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (2). 
IseOO each ; S Maynard 169.74, 199.74 
E Mission ; owner. Alemany Con- 
struction Co, 4277 Mission; builder, 
Martire & McKinney, 4277 Mission. 

DWELLING (l-story frame), $5000; 
E Edinburgh 25 N Brazel; owner 
and builder. F H Thorinson, 1608 
Ocean. 

ALTER COPPER WORKS, $4625; 60 
13th St; owner. Zaft & Behnke, 
prem ; builder. Rademann - Giusto 
Co. 40 Ringold Ave. 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (2). 
$4000 each ; N Lakeview 125. 150 W 
Faxon; owner. Atlas Realty, 1500 



Altos. 



^^*? t^?,.. ^i^'i^'y^/'^res ; owner , RESIDENCES and garages, five. 732 
and builder. A Meneguzzi. 249 { ^._,„„h r^r $78M; 740 Garland, 



Goettingten St, San Francisco. 

ADDN, $2000; Lots 1 and 8 Blk 10, 
Regents and Cornell, Princeton ; 
owner and builder. E Souter. P 
O Box 123, Moss Beach. 

STORE, $12,000; Lot 10 Block 12, 
Broadway, Millbrae Hlds; owner. 
Walter Blvins. 217 La Cruz. Mill- 
brae; contractor, W C Akard, 225 
Cervantes Blvd. San Francisco. 

DIAL PHONE office. $2000; County 
Road, La Vista Union School Dist; 
owner. Pacific Tel Tel Co. S F; 
contractor. A H Oppen. P O Box 
24, Halfmoon Bay. 



Judah St; builder. Pacific Coast J RESIDENCE. $25,000; Lot 9 Blk 5, 



Construction, 1500 Judah, 

ALTER APARTMENTS AND FLAT, \ 
$3000; 2126 Broderick; owner. Miss 
Miller. 2124 Byde; builder, John 
Clyde. 3011 Fillmore St 

ALTER FLAT. $2850; 108 Waverly 
PI; owner. Wayne S Chinn. prem; 
builder. Morris J Lee. 151 Waverly. 

ALTER SAUSAGE FACTORY, $2500; 
2943 Mission St; owner, Andrew 
Piazza. 3288 Folsom St; not let \ 

ALTER LIQUOR STORE, $2000 ; 974 j 
Geneva Ave ; owner, M Castelli, i 
prem ; builder, E J Lehman. 61 I 
Sharon St | 

ALTER FLATS. $2000; 2977 Clay St; ' 
owner. Peter Uyin, 2301 Divisadero; j 
builder. Geo C Todhunter. 1088 Ash 



Lakeview Dr, Woodside Heights; 
owner, H Armstrong, c/o Standard 
Oil Co, S J?'; contractor, J B Os- 
wald, 527 Carmel Circle. San Ma- 
teo. 
RESIDENCE, $6500; Ptn Lot 12 Blk 



Garland Dr, 
$10,250; 731 Garland, $10,250; 760 
and 770 Garland Dr. $11,000 each; 
owner. Coastwise Constr Co, 2499 
Middlefield Road ; contractor, E 
Comblum. 2106 33rd Ave, San Fran- 
cisco; architect, W E Huson. 475 
24th Ave. San Francisco. 

SAN BRUNO 



BLDG, concrete, $200,000; 1101 San 
Mateo Ave ; owner. Pacific Tel &. 
TJel Co, 140 New Montgomer>' St, 
San Francisco ; contractor, Din- 
widdle Constr Co, Crocker Bldg, 
San Francisco; consulting struc- 
tural engineer, John J Gould, Fi- 
nancial Center Bldg, San Fran- 
cisco. 

ALTERATIONS at Tanforan race 
course, $500,000. 



Remmet Construction Co, 1526 W 
7th St. Los Angeles. 
113 homes to date (1946) ; $1,558,- 
850 building avluation to date (1946). 



ton Unified School District, Adminle* 
Stoci<ton, April tap.' 
Architect J. U. Clowda« 
Bldg., Stockton. 
& Co., 819 Klks* Bldf., 



I P. M. 



Combs Bros., Box 97. San Leandro. 
Haas Construction Co.. 320 Mer- 



36504 480 10th St; o'wner. Van 
Bokkelen - Cole ; contractor. Roberts 
Lighting Fixture Co; repairs. 

36505 S428 Dowling St; owner. G 
Smith ; contractor, James Anderson ; 
outlets; switches; fixtures; plugs. 

36506 3019 Monticello; owner. Gam- 
ble; contractor. James Anderson; 
outlets; switche.^; fixtvire.s; plugs 

36.T07 NE Cor Holly and 90th Ave; 
owner. Pacific TAT; contractor, F 
l?chmits; outlets: fixtures; alter. 

36508 SE Cor 5th and Market Sts; 
owner, Andrewsen : contractor. Fred 
Schmits ; outlets ; switches ; fixtures ; 
motors. 

36509 NE Cor 25th and Grove Sts; 
owner, Thrams; contractor, Fred 



Stockton. 

a C. Giles 
Stockton. 



chants' Ejxchange Bldg., San Fran- s^^^mits ; outlet.s ;■ switches; fixtures. 

^^^?- . , ,^ »«ir m, , * o* I 36510 3800 Woodruff; owner. Cv- 

Charies K Harney, 625 Market St, l^pi^ttj. oonlractor, Dimond Electric; 



Furnace Permits 



I 



Co.. 319 BIkfl Bldg.. I San Francisco. 

* J. D. Bellinger & Co.. 1905 Cyp; 
-f St. Oaklaind. 

DC r» 1 t_* ! Vm. I 1 George Petersen & Son. 1841 Ban 

-3 Uanal tJCtension, tic, | i croft Ave.. San Leandro. 



OAKLAND 



I 



,5 plugs. 

j 36511 830 E 14th St; owner, Beck- 
lett & Federighi; contractor. Cllf- 
I ford Elec ; service. 

^> -, ,, .« ..* 1 ; -■ , ^ , 1 36512 2946 Bona; o^sTier, Waistrom 

Grass Valley, CaLf . | | Whalln Bros., 2943 23rd Ava, Oak- ■ contractor, Clifford Elec ; saw. 

land. ^ „ «^ 36613 5812 Buena Vista: owner. 

Nevada Irrigation DIetriet, I _ P«ter Sorensen, 927 Arguello St, j d^ Pond; contractor, Clifford Elec; 

outlets ; switches ; fixtures ; plugs ; 
alterations. 

i 36514 6145 Estates Drive; owner. 

i California Constr Co; contractor, 

Clifford Electric Co; outlSls; fix- 



I 



8032 MacArthur 



I BIDS 
**"! Grass Valley, April 1, 2 P. M. Plane 1 Redwood City. 
~|by Consulting Englneera Blaekie 4 1 H- R- Randall, 
Wood. 544 Market St., San Franoleoo. j Blvd.. Oakland. 
Wlxson & Crowe. Box 799. Redding. K. R C. Construction Co.. 2068 AU 
C. M. Syar. Box 1431, Vallejo. j ston Way, Berkeley, 



1925 104th Ave; owner. Van Ness; i____ 

dealer, Harer Furnace Co; floor. | Draper" & Adams. 315 Walnut St,' Charleis Wait 666 Mission St, San tur"^'. switches; plugs. 

3618-20-22-24 High Street ; owner. ; ^^ Bluff. i Francisco. j 36515 E Cvpress St 60 S 18th St ; 

Stifle; dealer. Harer Furnace Co; j George F. Grant Vlaalla. Herman Misrack. 575 6th St, San I owner. Special Site Sign Co; con- 

central. I . Nevada Construction Co., Reno, 1 Francisco j tractor. Paramount Elec Co ; outlets ; 

2733 Rawson; owner. Peterson ; j ^^^^ i j. HenrJ' Harris. 2657 9th St, Berk- I gign. 

dealer. Bay Cities Htg & Vent Co; ^ Dudley De Velblss. Eastahore ; eley. I 36516 4920 Telegraph; owner. P 

central. « .r. >* 'and Huntington Ava, Richmond. i Stolte, tnc, 8451 San Leandro Bt,iTlra; contractor, Paramount Elec; 

1843 E 38th St; owner, M Carter;, ^ ^ McE^wen, Box 1017. Sacra- 1 Oakltuid. i7%-hp motor; alter; fixtures. 



dealer, M E Santos; floor. 



Plumbing Permits 



4, 10th Ave, Friencflv Acres No 2 ; i ADDN to store bldg, $1500 ; 715 San 
owner and builder," H Williams, j Mateo Ave ; owner. M Nutml. 715 
651 Page St. Redwood City. 
MOVE residence. $1000; Lots 31 and i 
36 Blk 16. Paloma Avenue. Salada 



Beach ; owner and contractor, Ray 
T Higgins. San Francisco Blvd. 
Sharp Pj^rk. 
MOVE restaurant, $1000; Ptn Lots 
14 and 15 Blk 9. Carmel Ave, Sa- 
lada Beach ; owner and contrac- 
tor. Ray T Higgin.'', Sbarp Park. 



San Mateo Ave; contractor. Al 
' Magnusen, Redwood City. 
DWELLING, frame and stucco, $20- 
000; owner and builder. F Porrieri, 
443 San Mateo Ave; plans by Wm 
B Merryman, 443 San Mateo Ave. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 



OAKLAND 



3306 E 14th St; owner, Merle; con- i 
tractor. H Lass; 2 gas op. ' 

9703 Plymouth Ave; owner, J E 
Eck; contractor, same; 6 pi fix; 4; 
gas op. 

322 5th St; owner, Sam Lee; con- ; 
tractor, H Weber; 5 pi fix; 3 gas op. I 

845 32nd St ; owner. McTarlon ; ,; 



mento. Clevelarid Wrecking Co., 2800 8rd i 36517 w San Pablo 50 S Ocean ; 

I Chittenden A Chittenden, Box 846, ' St., SaJi ]tYanclsco. i owner. Doe; contractor, Paramount 

; Auburn. '< Dolan Building Supplies & Wreck- Elec Co; sign. 

ling Co., 6&39 Mission St. San Fran- | 36518 4730 E lt4h St; owner, Hans 

■ Cisco. ; Rhodde ; contractor, Paramount Elec 

I Symon Bros. WreckLi:g Co.. 1485 ; co ; fixtures ; alterations. 

Market St., San Francisco. 1 36519 575 84th Street ; owner, W 

I Lewis Construction Co., 616 18th Brownlee ; contractor. Crescent Klec 

St. Oakland. 1 Co ; 3 switches ; 1 fixture ; 3 plugs. 

Monson pros.. 475 6th St., San Fran- 1 36520 564 Apgar Street ; owner. 



E. E. Lowell. Box 148, Vallejo. 

Michael O'Hair. Box 278. Colusa. 

Barney H. Stoutenberg, Hawthorne, 
Nev. 

M. J. Ruddy & Son, 922 Jay St, 
Modesto. 

Andrew Bryne. Nevada City. 



1740 Folsoifn St., San Francisco. 



D. Gerald Bing, 2440 Marshall Way, , Cisco. 
Sacramento. \ Cut Rate Wrecking & Lumber Co. 

J, P. Breen, Box 183. Sacramento. 

George F. French, Box 807, Stock- 
ton. 

Fred W. Kocider. Colusa. 

Miles & Bailey. 

S. A. l^arshall. 2653 13th St. Sacra- 



I Breslou ; contractor. Crescent Elec 
I Co ; 7 switches ; 1 fixture ; 4 plugs. 
36521 3071 Curran Avenue; owner, 
Joe Ciatitl. 1756 Quesada Ave.. San pacquli ; contractor, James Ander- 



Francisco. 



bury St GARAGE. $1000; Lot 13 Blk 6. Divon I 

ALTER DWELLING, $1900; 925 j Way, Kensington Square; owTier [ 

Woolsey; owner. Mr Mouller. prem; « and builder, G C Foster. 3406 Divon j 

builder. E J Lehman. 51 Sharon. I Wav, Redwood City 
ALTER STORE, $1500 ; 461 Post St ; i HANGARS, $25.000 ; 286.562 acres on 

owner, Lillian Smith; prem; build-! Embarcadero Rd. Raven s wood *Sch i 



SHEET METAL Bldgs, three steel I contractor. H Weber; 4 pl fi*- mento. 

frame. $8200; Lots 27. 29. 31, 33,! 1841 E 19th St ; owner, J VPereua . ; r T. Haas Co.. Box 411. San Mateo. ! 

El Camino Real; owner, J W Er- .contractor, P Silva; 5 pi "^ 1 Shlnnock Co. ! 

win, 217 El Camino Real; contrac- j 257 Knoll Ave; owner, E J Weber. . Huntington ft Huntington. ; 

tor. Michel & Pfef f er Iron Works, contractor, V L Aikens ; 4 pi fix jj^ Earl Parker. 12th and F Sta., 1 

10th and Harrison Streets. S F. 3265 Market St; owner, Y M C A Marysville. 
contractor, J Tancredy ; 22 pi fix. 



Electrical Penuts 



• son : 1 outlet ; 1 switch ; 1 fixture ; 

2 plugs, 
i 36522 5215 E 12th St; owner .F 

Miller; contractor, Roberts Lighting 
I Fixture Co ; motors. 



$ 



ti^ 



FRANCISCO 



EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 



I 



er. Chas O Jones. 49 Zoe St. 1 

ALTER STORAGE ROOM, $1000 ; E j 



Landers Pl 200 N 15th St ; owner, j 
Land Development. 364 Bush St; | 
builder. Mills Construction Co, 605 ' 
Market St. \ 

ALTER SERVICE STATION, $1000 ; i 
NW Silver and San Bruno; owner. 



Park. 
ALTER DWELLING. $1000 ; 2253 28th 
Ave; owner. Mrs Maloney. prem; 



Dist; owner, Palo Alto Airport. 
Ea,st Palo Alto; contractor, C W 
Lane, Palo Alto. 



SAN MATEO 



.4 gas op. 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



• alter CHURCH. $25,000; Lots 2, 3 

I and 4. Block 7B. Hacienda; owner. 

San Mateo Presbyterian Church; 

blunder, Geo Arthur & Sons. 

STORAGE AND STORE BUILDING, 

_ _ i $60,000; 1743 S El Camino Real; 

Joseph L Castro, c/o contractor ;' i STORE BUILDING (frame and stuc- ; owner, Vem Gould; builder. Geo 
builder, John Miinson. 140 South) co^. $3500; Lot 6, Block 8. Del Paso j Arthur & Sons. 

, Heights : ov,Tier and builder, Orlin STORE, $20,000 ; Lot 24, Block 8, 25th 
SHOP AND SHOWROOM (steel), } Ave owner, San Mateo Investment 
$2500; Lot 4, Block 23, Fair Oalcs; co builder, Peninsuia Home Build- 
owner and builder, P C Elliott | ers. 2562 El Camino Real. 



BUILDING CONTRACTS 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



A. Telchert & Son. Box U33. Sacra- j SAN FRAN ELECTRICS i '"«'" *"'7;^f^*"**r'"**i*" ^.^^^ 

• mento. Cr^**»r' ^S'^l^r^!*?! "' T^i Po»'t'o"» •♦«*•<* ^'^^^ this oKweifkje- 

' ' Tie --fi^ ^ Toot ann- nwnor Oo*»inln tlon address Newton D. Cook. Man- 

9n- 
nel Service. 57 Post St.. San Fran- 



Baker Corfu, i 418 84 Jackson; owner. Oceanic c ♦» - d 

R. M. Taylor, Box 207. Cottonwood. ! Hotel; conltraetor, Byington Electric; j ■»f ' E-nfllneering sewettes V 

George E. Murray. 1702 E. Marl- ; . 

15116 Folsom St; owiler. Sun 



Mar 13. 1946— NEAR BEN ALI. 
Southern Pacific Co with A Tei- 
chert & Son. Inc (grading and 
construction of roadbed) $3350 



posa Rd., Stockton. 

William A Smith Co. 

F. E. Young. 599 Colusa Ave.. Berk- 
eley. 

J. E. Reeves. Box 1072. Sacramento. 

J. E. Johnson. 

Peter Sorensen. 927 Arguello St, 



419 
Fruit Co ; contractor. MacCabe Elec 
trie ; motors 

420 
dale Ave ; owner. The Ruegg Co ; 
contractor, MacCabe Electric Co; 



Cisco. 



STRUCTL. DESIGNER or drafta- 
E iBrookdale Ave 150 Blyth- man. for misc. work. SaL dependa 



'day work. , , . 

ALTER DWELLING. $950" 2115 21st ' MOTEL (restaurant storage shed ' STORE, $12,000; SW 35 ft of Lot 27, 
Ave ; owner. C R Agrusa prem • and retail sales stores of frame ; Block 8, 25th Ave ; owner, San Ma- 

' construction), $100,000; 400 ft Nj teo Investment Co; builder, Pen 
Fruitridge Rd on west side Stock- | insula Home Builders. 



Completion Notices 



SAN FRANCISCO 



builder. E J Lehman, 51 Sharon St i 
ALTER BAR. $900 ; 339 Eddy St ; j 
owners, P Belshan & Kerrigan, i 

prem ; builder, E J Lehman. 51 i „ - 

Sharon St I DWELLING (5-room), $3250; Lot 18 | Ave; owner, San Mateo Lnvest- 

ALTER BAR, $650; 250 Eddy St;! and T4 Lot 21. Oakva4e Subdivision' ^ent Co; builder .Peninsula Home 
owners, P Belshan & Kerrigan', j No 2 ; owner and builder, Margaret f Builders. 

prem; builder, E J Lehman. 51 < Kellerman. ' ALTER DWELLING, $1000; 2650 Edi- 

Sharon St i ADD TO WAREHOUSE, $6000: 6329 gon ; owner and builder, Robt Lippi. 

ALTER RESTAURANT, $600; 840 ' Eastern Ave; owner and builder.' premises. 
Great Highway; owner. Whitney's Bingham Construction Co. Route 2, ] DUPLEX. $15,000; 150 22nd — ... „. ,-^- o o-.~^r. irr«W 
- - - "^ Box 5975. owner and builder. L Milani. 1951 j Mar. 28, 1M6— S 9^™f°_%^to«, 

DWELLING (6-room frame, stucco), j palou Ave, San Francisco. 
$5000 ; S % Swanston Acres ; owner ; GARAGE. $800 ; 1520 Cypress ; owner 
and builder, J R Sheean. Fulton | g^^^j builder, W F Kramer, premises 



'Redwood City 

i Walsh & Pacretti. ' of Commierce ; contractor. 

R. A. Farish, 50 Hawthorne St, ; Electric ; ^2 outlets ; 12 plugs ; motors. 
' San Francisco. 

^ Mark C. Walker. 412 First NaUonal 
Bank Bldg.. Santa Ana. 
A. H. Famularo. 2740 W. 1st St, 



on ability. San Francisco. S-Cf4. 

ELEC. SUPT., exper. on dlesel 

, plant operation, general construction 

42r"867 Market; o^-ner. Chamber and maintenance (native language 



Abbett is Greek). Report single. 3 yr. con- 
tract Salary $325-350 mo. Apply by 
letter. Foreign. S-651. 



422 181fi( Polk ; owner. Jesters ; con 
tractor, Bi^acon Electric; 1 switch. 

423 1815 Polk ; owner. Jesters ; con- 
__ __ ... — — , tractor, Beacon Electric; 1 outlet; 1 

ton Blvd; owner and builder. Law- I STORE AND OFTICE, $36,000; SWlHecord^^^^ Accepted santa Ana. j switch. 

rence Construction Co. 3020 V St ! 15 ft Lots 25 and 26, Block 8. 25th Mar. 28. 1946— Lot 10. Block D.M14- w. H. Brown, 1123 Clora Place, El i 424 716 Kearny; owner. Yen Yen; 

sion St Land Co. John E. Nunn Monte. : contractor, O'Keeffe the Fan Man; 

to whom it may concern j. Henry Harris, 2657 9th St, Berk- , motors. ^^ .^ 

Mar. 27 1946 eley. 425 94 ikcAllIster ; owner, Joseph's ; 30- ,^-^^^«°™« "PJ!;; ^.^ „^ 

Mar. 13. 1946— S CJolden Gate Ave ! George R Stacy. 1021 H St. Sacra- ! contractor. OKeeffe the Fan Man; piping details. Perm. Salary open 

40 W Webster. Douglass Bros. , mento. motors. ^*° Francisco. S-668. 

printers, to Barrett & Hilp - ' T. Henderson, 407 S. Pine St, San | 426 228 Powell : owner. New Pow 



! MARINE ENGR. 30-40 yrs. old 
;and Chiers ticket, for sales work. 
j Perm. Salary, expenses and bonua. 
i San Frandsco. S-679. 

! MEX:HL. DRAFTSMAN, not over 

for bollen and 



at the Beach, 8400 Cabrillo; day 
work. 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Granted 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Ave ; i - Feb. 1, 1946 Gabriel. 



Ave. 



DWELLING, $12,000; 425 Fairfax 
Ave; owners John L and Irene 
Hardman; builder, Hardiman Con- 
struction Co. 1537 Drake Ave. Bur- 



Douglass. E G and Alva Schary 

to Peter Gavazza. Mar, 25, 1946 

Mar. 28, 1946— Underground ducts. 
Ocean Ave, Junipero Serra Blvd, 
15th Ave. Wawona. 17th Ave and 
Kirkham St. Pacific Gas & Elec- 
tric to Lowrie Paving Co 

„.„ „ Mar. 21, 1946 



MARCH 29. 1946 



DWELLINGJb:. four l-story fr, $5700 
each; W Moscow 175. 225, 250. 275 
9 France; owner, S M Kovacik; 
contractor. Modem Home Build- 
ers, 4103 24th St .„„ , 

DWELLINGS, four l-story fr, $5500^ ADD TO STORE. $2500; 1729 L St; 



each; E Brookdale Ave 150. 175. 
200, 225 S BIythedaleJ owner. The 
Ruegg Co; plans by B D Dobko- 
wit», 425 Monterey Blvd.; con- 
tractor, owner. 604 Russ Bldg. 



DWELLING. $800; Lot 31. Garden- 
land No 2; owner and builder. Jas 
A Gray. 
DWELLING, $350; Lot 18. Block 22, 1 nneame „,. t..^«^ 

Del Paso Heights; owner and build- store $5000; 40 E 39th Ave; owner .Mar. 29, 1946—4208 and 4214 ifvmg. 
er. Floyd C Cantrell. 516 Undsay I and builder. A Nordien. | 

DWELLING. $7000; 750 Ensenada; 1 

owner and builder, John M John-J 

son. 220 Hazel Ave. Millbrae. i ^«,,kitv 

DWELLING. $7000: 2515 Ensenada;: ALAMEDA CO UNTY 

owner and builder. John M John 
son, 220 Hazel Ave, Millbrae 



Ave, North Sacramento. 



SACRAMENTO 



I Alter Ferry Brnlding, I 

I San Francisco, Calif. 

4 ^ 

Peter Sartorio. 262 Clementina St, 
San Francisco. 

Adam Arras & Son. 116 New Mont- 
gomery' St.. San Fraoclsco. 

Bernard L Lewis to whom it may | 

concern Mar. 29, 1946 ' "t 



ell; contractor. O'Keeffe the Pan . "^^^^ ^=^f ^?^^ '^Pf'^l.^/X' 
Man; 2 outlets; 1 switch; motors. '^^ dies SJid fixtures for Ugbt mfg. 

427 653 Commercial; owner, Weiss: ^e™ Salary open. 

contractor, O'Keeffe the Fan Man ; t ^'P*°- 

motors. 



San Francteco 



I 428 1069 Market; owner. Studio; 
contractor. O'Keeffe the Fan Man; 



429 N Thrift 150 W Plymouth; 
owner. Pacific Coast Construction; 
contractor, B J Doherty; 



ADD TO BUILDING, $10,000; 4311 

Stockton Blvd ; owner and builder, 1 DWELLING, $7000 ; 2509 Ensenada ; 

John Loddick. owner and builder, John M John- 

DWELLING (4-room frame and rus- I ^^^ 22O Hazel Ave, Millbrae. 

Kroy Way ; owner and builder. B M ! DWELLING. $7000 ; 2413 Ensenada ; 

Van Ostin. 6415 14th Ave^ _ J owner and builder, John M John- 

son, 220 Hazel Ave, Millbrae. 



tic. composition roof), $7000; 8842 . Qp^jjj^g^ AND, $100 ; Bay Meadows ; 



owner and builder. Ira H Lewis, 
1462 33rd St 
REMODE^L. STORE FRONT. $1000; 
725 K St; owner. Goldstein Bros; 



owner & builder. California Jockey 
Club, premises. 

DWELLING. $7000; 2517 Ensenada; 
owner and builder. John M John- 
son, 220 Hazel Ave, Millbrae. 

STORE AND APARTMENT, $27,000; 
106-108 25th Ave; owner, John 
Riley; builder, Wilfred H May, R 

^ --, .,. , t" I F D 140B, San Mateo. 

?***.= .^ Brookdale Ave 250, 275 ADD TO LAUNDRY BLDG.. _$1000 ; ' s.j.oRE AND DWELLING, $11,000; 

' ~ 1000 N Idaho; owner, John Minatto; 

builder, Richard Deluchi & Co, 420 
San Mateo Ave. Sa nBnino. I 

SHOP AND WAREHOUSE, $35,000; 
401-403 4th Ave; owner. H E CJoss. 1 

DWELLING, $15,000 ; 803 Parrott ; ' 
owner BxiA builder, J H Delaney. ! 
509 Cairistrano Way, San Mateo. 

RESTAURANT. $4000; 4060 El Ca 



MFB bidg. Class C extract $5000 ; ■ builder, Royal Show Case Co, San 
1777 Folsom St; owner. King Ex-' Francisco. 

tract Co ; contractor, Barrett and REMODEL CAFE. $5000 ; 1114 11th 
Hilp, 918 Harrison St j St ; owner and builder. Buddy Baer, 

DWELLINGS, two l-story fr. $5500 premises 
each ; E Brookdale Ave 250. 275 ADD TO 

S Blythedate; owner and builder, I 2509 16th St; owner, Fred Corfee. 
The Ruegg Co, 604 Russ Bldg;! prem; builder. F S Cannon. 1732 
plans by B K Dobkowitz. 42 5Mon- i Kenwood, North Sacramento, 
terey Blvd. lAUTO SHOP. $6000; 213 24th St; 

NEW front and marquet for restau- 1 o\i-ner. W E Bumes, 2314 C St; 
rant and cocktail bar, $2500; 1436 builder, C E Porter, 721 24th St 
Polk St; owner, Clifford Gamble; ADD TO BUILDING, $6000; 2005 28th 

T^^l""**-^ "^^ ^®^ ' St ; owner and builder. Belle East- 

DWELLJLNG, l-story fr. $.. . ; s Mon- i burn. 1005 8th St 

terey Blvd 100 W Edna St; owner, ADD TO BUILDING, $15,000; 1103- 
Basll Malta ; contractor, Modem i ii05 Alhambra Blvd ; owner. Carl 

.x^Ji'® BWrs. 4103 24th St. i Panattoni; builder, Ray Raymond. 

ALTER restaur&nt. $4000; 387 Geary! 2I6 N 12th St 

St; owner, A F Andrews; archi- i WAREHOUSE, steel ,$6000; 3300 P 
tect. Hertzka & Knowles, 85 Post ; ! st ; owner and builder, A V Wor- 
con tract or. Van Bokkelen -Cole Co. i ley. 2512 Broadway. 

Aft^^ .^^ ^* REMODEL restaurant $5000; 919 

ALTER store room, $4000 ; 715 La ' 



Recorded Accepted 
Mar 29, 1946— SW COR PIER and 
Ferry Streets, Oakland. General 
Petroleum Corp of Calif to In- 
dependent Iron Worfts. Ltd 

... :. J4arch 28, 1946 

iMar 28, 1946^62 CLIFTON ST. 
■ Oakland. Shirley B Madsen to 

F M Ireland .March 14. 1946 

Mar 28, 1946-3868 HOWE Street. 
Oakland. E C and Charlotte R 

Jeffreys to Hugo Muller, Jr 

_ March 22. 1946 



Ferry Builcling Additions, 
San Francisco, Calif. 



! BIDS: Board of State Harbor Com- 

! mlMioners, Ferry Bldg., San Fran* 

j Cisco, April 4, 2 P. M. 

I Metropolitan Constr. Co., Ill Mont- 

• gomery St, San Francisco. 

I Fred J. Eearly. Jr.. 369 Pine St. 

; San Francisco. 

j Monson Bros.. 475 Sixth St, San 

Francisco. 
I S. J. Amoroso Constr. Co., 2100 

Oakdale Ave., San Francisco. 



MECHL. ENGR. exper. on beating 
and ventilating and steam power gen- 
eration, for responsible charge. 8aL 
$600-$800 mo. San Francisco. S-SSS. 

ENGINEER, with exper. ae chief 

432 1763 22nd Av:ro^eVrii«ivel ^"fSTml*"' sSScf u^Si"^^)^.*^ 
Home Builders; contractor. B J Doh- !^:t*^«^**i^i^5!"™i f^^ " 
erty: 12 outlets; 11 switches; 15 q"^'-^'- »^ Francisco. 8-646 

plugs: serHce. 
433-37 5150-54-58-70-74 25tb Ave; 



owner; Pacific Coast Construction ; P;^JJ,~"°^ «' »>''»• '°^ "'»« 



MARIN COUNTY 



Playa; owner, Whitney's at the 
Beach; engineer. J J Gould, 
ADD sun room and bath to dwell- 
ing, $1800; 2814 14th Ave; owner. 
Dr W S Cappaller; contractor, H 
J Davies Co. 3934 GeaVy Blvd 



K St; owner. Harts Restaurant, 
premises; contractor, A J Fischer; 
( engineer, Ernest Francis. 
STORE and apts, frame, stucco with 
comp roof. $30,000; 2125 16th St; 
owner smd builder. Peter Peletta. 
2131 16th St 



REMOVE floor and InstaU new WAREHOUSE, grocery, relnf. cone. 



Recorded Accepted 
Mar 28, 46— FAIRFAX. Emil Scar- 
bo to whom It may concern 

„ Marcb 22. 3946 

Mar 27. 1946— HOMESTEAD Val- 
ley, near Mill Valley. Jan and 
Marregina de Lange to C C Mil- 
ler .March 30. 1946 



Airport Eztennon Fill, Pare* 
ment, Rdated Con s h ti cUoM, 
San Francisco 



CONSTR. ESTIMATOR, exper. oa 

con- 

I ■ . o T Tx^v,»^,r. 19 /M,tiA*«- ""VM^.B. Sal. $600 Mo. Saa Fran- 

I contractor, B J Doherty: 12 outlets. ^^ g ^4 ^^ 

111 switched; 15 plugs; service. 1 • q «**■ ^ 

438-443 2139-43-47-51-55-59 24th Ave: 

owner. Palclf ic Coast Construction ; | 

contractor, B J Doherty: 12 outlets; 

11 switches: 15 plugs; service. 

444 48th Ave and Cabrillo; owner 
and contrafctor, Whitney Bros ; 15 out- 
lets : motors. 

445 746 Creat Highway ; owner and 
contractor^ Whitney Bros; 4 outlets; 
1 plug; moltors. 

446 56fl Commercial St; 



Classified AihrertisiBg 




! *446 56fl Commercial St; owner, 
'Wagner; contractor. Smith Electric; ^ 



HELP WANTED 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



San Francisco. 



mino Real; owner and builder, Ekn- ,„ . . ^ ^ 

ersonMurfee. S^*=°^.^ „^ Accepted 

ALTER DWELLING. $3500; 625 Dor- ^\ 20. 1946~BOUNDED on S by 
Chester; ov,-ner. John Cockroft; Main St. on East by Flonn -Elk 
builder. Wm S Spivock. j Grove Road. 15-acre ^pus. Elk 

DWELLING, $11,000; 1101 Mt Diablo; ?'"°^« ,^"^0" High School Dist ,;vo«of.n« 

owner. Ken Mon Jow. i „^° Capital Roof ing Co .Jan ^ 1946 ! fv.^ San Francisco. 

RESTAURANT, $13,000; 3920 El Ca- , J ZL 1946— W 50 FT L«X 7. 1 J, 

mino Real; owner, M Voras; build- j J,* V'^}^ ^*^ *"« ^^^ *"** ^*' 

" " I Co to Foster & Kleiser Co 



8 outlets : 4 switches ; 6 plugs ; service 
447 819 Harrison; owner, M Moor: 
«»ftn tractor Smith Electric; service; 
BIDS: Public Utilltlee Commlerton, ^ J^ »nuui c. 

Room 287 City Hall; Contract Na. B; ""^i^^sw cor Alameda St and Treat 
April 9. 3:00 P. M. , ^^^ . ^^^^^ ^J^y and County of San 

Guy F. Atkinson Co., Orange and pranclsco ; contractor. Department of •■ 
Railroad Aves., Soath San Francleco. public Works ; 6 plugs ; service ; mo- 

Unlrn Paving Oo. ,212 Babeodt xorn. I 

Bldg.. San Franclsoa j 449 28OO Alameda St ; owner. City , 

San Francisco Bridge Co., SOS Mar- ^nd Countv of San Francisco: con- ; 
ket St, San Franxrfaco. I tractor. Department of Public Works: 

Macco Construction Co^ ^"^S^^ i service ; moton. 1 

and Ferry Sts.. Oakland^ ! ^yj corner 24th and Utah: owner, 



LUMBER YARD FOREMAN and 
ASSISTANT MANAGER Moat be 
experienced. Ex-servicemaa prefer- 
red. Good opportunity for advance- 
ment. Phone YUkon W72. 

(ta 4/4/46^ 



POSITION WANTED 



DRAFTING SERVICE 

Piombo Bros, ft CO, 1571 TuA St, .^7 ^nd County of San Francises : ^^ ^^'js^^ ^T D^ng 
,^ jr M^ contractor, Department of Public s^rrice. 1211 Stannage Ave.. Barke- 



Olymplan Dredging Co.. 525 Market : worics : 4 «.utlets ; 1 switch. j^y ^ ^j. .phone Berkelev 723S-W 

451 to 4!70 Various locations and •" '^ . ^^ tw. 



St.. San Francisco. 
Hubert H E^rerist Sr., 604 Mission ! owners ; contractor. Apex Electric Co ; 



Co., Box 416, 



er. Tho EUingson. 3008 Macienda. < »,-„». us la^i; 

San Mateo ' - March lo, ±v*x> 

RESTAURANT, $25,000; Lot 3. 20th , ^J^.^I^^^^Jf ^ 3, Al^mon^^^^ 

and El Camino Real; owner, Mc- i xr tTe ,*^^^ ^^' i-r^h % me 

E°-l^L,y"i- * ^™P!': buUder, niJ %^^ip:i:"^i:i^i'1 ^ T 

and 23. Hkrold C Kausen to Chas 



McDonald, Young & Nelson, 127 



Montgomery St, San Francisca 



Guth.. 



._Mardi 26, 1946 



Caee Construction 
i Alameda. 

Ben C. Gerwlck, Inc, 112 ICarket 
St, San Francisco. 

Charles L. Harney, 825 Market St, 
San Francleco. 

Pacific Bridge Co.. 333 Kearny St, 
San Francisoo. 

Eaton ft Smith, 715 Ocean Ave, 
San Francisco. 



221 lat St; owner. Young's; 



sipns 

471 
contractor. Lynch Electric 

472 278 Post; owner, Hoffman; 
cor tract or, L>'nch Electric 



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EQUIPMENT 



^ „^ ^ , o " tiw," ' TRUCK CRANE. P & H TRENCH- 

/^ J^.''^^'^'' "L^^fJ;.^^ ^;; E^- COMPRESSORS, two 30 CATS. 
Cisco Elevator Co; contractor, J^t^ IjqggIJ^G DOLLY. GAS TRUCK^ 

^'I,'**^'*^s V^^'vi^Av mmm^ ; PLASTER MIXER etc. McGulre ft 

G^ ^ E^^^n-^Jr^^^^ 

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WMhington, D. C: Construction 
of a half billion dollar supersonic 
regearch center somewhere in the 
Northwest is bein^^ considered by 
■CTeral govemmenta! bureaus, ac- 
•ordinu to Senator Cordon, (Ore.) 
The tunnels, the senator saia, wiU_ 
be Urire enough to accommodati ht o ii •• . 

2^1* ^-i^tS'seives instead of pre^io dorvey Hawauaii 

TiooAlj used muuAtures and models. 
#0o 

ftan Mateo: Dr. H. C. Warren, 
•wner of a Belmont sanitarium, 
is reportedly negrotiating: form pur- 
«luuM of the Benjamin Franklin 
hotel here. IJ^mored price is one 
aillioifi doQarg. 

oOo 

Henlo Park; Mayor Charles P. 
Buiigess said he believed the city 
eouneil was planning to attend the 
next riieetlng of the iSe<iuoia Union 
High school board to make a plea 
for construction of secondary 
school facilities in this area. 
oOo 

Lindsay: Representatives of the 
Camber of commerce, Lions club, 
and veterans committee, will meet 
tonight before the city council to 
mrge a civic improvement program. 
A swimming pool heads the ten- 
tative list. 

# 






1090. 1944 
Yean of 



lailu faciflc luiKler 



LARGEST CONSTRUCTION DAILY IN THE WEST 




No. 63 



SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY APRn 2. 1946 



PRICE 15 CENTS PER COPY 



PIETRO BELLUSCHl 
FEATI IP ED SPEAKER HERE 



Architect Pietro Belluschi, AIA, 
Portland, Ore., was guest of honor 
and principal speaker at the North- 
em California Chapter meeting of 
the American Institute of Archi- 
tects held at the Palace hotel Fri- 

Mr. Belluschi dwelt upon the 
problems facing the profession in 
their education of the public in 
the need for and use of the urban 
redevelopment programs for our 
•ommunities. He is a member of 
the Institute's committee on com- 
munity planning and has left for 
Washington where he will' discuss 
this matter with the leading au- 
thorities of the nation. 

On Thursday, Mr. Belluschi was 
the speaker on 'The House I Want" 
program which has been given un- 
der the auspices of the Women's 
Architectural League. 



Smpfau Materials for 
West Coast Needs 

Secretary J. A. kmg announced 
today that the Department of the 
Interior is taking immediate steps 
in Hawaii to expedite the return 
to the States, after the Territory's 
pressing needs have been met, of 
war surpluses which are in crit- 
ically short supply on the main- 
land. 

J. M. Barringer, director of the 
Department's Surplds Property 
Office, informed Secretary Krug 
that he has requested the terri- 
torial surplus property <^ce in 
Honolulu to enlist the cooperation 
of territorial and local government 
officials and representatives of 
trade and industry in the islands 
to make a quick survey of Hawaii's 
needs for the critical items during 
the next six months ip a year. 

On the critical list are items in 
new or serviceable condition in 
several categories, including many 
building materials, such as lum- 
ber, asphalt roll roofing and cop- 
per wire mill products; automotive 
maintenance equipment, trucks, 
tractors and earth moving trucks, 
chinery; work clothing and some 
electrical goods. 

# 

SALES MANAGERS MEET 



The San Francisco Sales Man- 
agers association will meet Thurs* 
day night at 6:30 in the Empire 
Room of Sir Francis Drake hotel 
to listen to Colonel Alexander R. 
Heron, vice president of Crown 
Zellerbach corporation, and for- 
mer State Director of Reconstnlc- 
tion and Reemployment. His topic 
will be "Shifts in population as 
they aflFect California". Dinner 
starts at 6:15 p. m. 



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EXPECT NEW BUILDING ORDER TO 
UMIT HOME CONSTRUCTKMI TO $6,060 

SnCIAL VBOM TBI DAttY l^^^^'i., 

Buiu)M'« WASHINGTON BUREAU 

Thr^e impartant facta regarding buildinf con«tructl«i #ere tlttt>wii 
onto the table Ust week by John D. Small, Administrator of the 
arilian Prodnetion AdminitftratioB. which eer ve to gJTe bniM ere 

important clues as to the trend of ^ "^ ~~ 

der could be scrapped by the end 
of the year. 

pf coarse, he added, fall pro-' 
duction of building materials could 
be delayed by a number of things, 
including a coal strike. 

But over-all, he was hopeful 
that not only the construction lim- 
itation order but also CPA, itself, 
coiJd be done away with by Christ- 
mas. 



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new building during the remainder 
of 1946. 

They are: 

L — ^The new oonstraction limi- 
tation oraer announced last week 
to save materi^s for veterans' 
housing may defer the beginning 
of $2,600 ,000,000 worth of other 
new construction which otherwise 
might be started this year, 

i. — New orders to be issued by 
National Housing Expediter Wil- 
son Wyatt shorUy will trend to 
limit the bulk of new homes to be 
erected for veterans to units cost- 
ing less than $6,000 and renting 
for $50 a month or uAder. 

3. — If production of building ma- 
terials expands as hoped during 
the next few months, the chances 
are good that the construction lim- 
itation order announced this week 
can be revoked by the end of 1946. 
the current year. 

To curb demand for materials, 
the construction limitation order 
was issued. f 

There will be only one clasg of 
priorities, known as the HH pri- 
ority. 

Priorities, Small emphasized will 
not be issued for housing other 
than veterans' housing, or for non- 
housing construction such as in- 
dustrial and commercial building 
and public works, even though the 
projects are considered essential 
or non-<ieferrable. Builders of all 
except veterans' housing struc- 
tures will have to shop around 
for such critical materials as are 
unused by veterans housing proj- 
ects. 

FHA AND CPA POWERS 
In connection with the pro- 
gram, CPA this week transfer- 
red to the National Housing 
Agency the authority to approve 
applications for all housing con- 
struction, non-veteran as well as 
veteran. This means that here- 
after NHA will handle all hous- 
ing authorizations and CPA will 
handle all non-houi»ng vuthor- 
izationa. 

NHA will handle issuance of 
allprioritiea. 

Tlie CPA district offices to 
handle applications for authoriza- 
tions of non - housing construc- 
tion are to be ooened in all citicB 
where there are NHA district 
offices. 

The locations of these field of- 
fices will be announced shortly. 
They are just now being set up. 
It was not until late last we^ 
that CPA received money for 
the field operations. 

DURATION OF ORDER 

How long will the construction 
limitation order last? CPA Chief 
Small said the whole limitation or- 



CONSTRUCTK)N BUREAU 
ORDERED BY CPA 

Formation of a new construc- 
tion Barean in CPA to admin- 
ister the new construction lim- 
itation order — Veterana Housing 
Program Order 1 — has been an- 
nounced by CPA Administrator 
John D. SmalL 

Working with NHA, this new 
Bureau will watch supplies of 
critical building materials in ma- 
jor geographical areaa. It will 
recommend action mi the chan- 
neling of materials to specific 
shortage areas, when necessary. 
It also will recommend expansion 
of production facilities for con- 
struction materials when needed 
to meet essential construction re- 
quirements. 

In addition, with the advice of 
CPA operating bureaus and di- 
visions, it will collaborate with 
Housing Expediter Wyatt "in 
evolving such production incen- 
tive plans as may be designed to 
increase production of scarce 
building materials." 

Clarence A. Woodruff has been 
named acting director of the new 
bureau. He is Director of the 
CPA Bureau of Field Operations 
and will continue in that post 
while serving as acting director 
of the new bureau. 

The new Bureau's first job. 
however, will be to establish 
standards and criteria for mak- 
ing decisions on applications for 
authorizations to start construe 
tion jobs under the new order. 
Th« Bureau also will pass upon 
appeals frt>m 4«*^9ktfK.' on an- 
thorisatiim applications made in 
the field by CPA district man- 
agers. 





EASY TO INSTALL, this new light-weight cabinet gives added storage 
space by using areas which awmally are forgotten when the kitchen 
is planned. Inset, lower right of photo, shows how it will accoikimodate 
spices, jams, and small packages which the housewife considers fssential 

Cabinet Utilizes Space Nonnafly Wasted 

A new **rolliBK ?do<M^ cabinet, designed to stiliie waste space 
under regular wall cabinets In kitchens, and other rooms if desired, 
is being offered by the Youngstown Kitdiens division of llullins Man- 
ufacturing corporation, according ' .— — 



. . rAND THEN FRY 
TRBM in BUTTER." 

During the SO's there was a for- 
em mental settlement proj|e«t ia 
the Matanuska Valley of Alaska, 
where refugee* from the Dust Bowl 
were given a new agricultural and 
•eonoxnic start. 

* * <* 

News now comes from Hatan- 
uska that the farmers will loss a 
large part of their 1945 potats 
crop — hixidreds of tons will be 
dumped in the river for laA of a 
market. 

it * * 

You can stand on the shores of 
Suisun Bay or Puget Sound and 
cotxnt cargo ships by the dozens 
or hundreds. Ships that have been 
anchored out in neatly spaced rows 
to await disintegration by tiaiet 
weather and rust. 

♦ ♦ ♦ 
I seem to recall reading some* 

where that the people of Europe 
are hungr>' and we must tighten 
our belts in order to share food 
with these distressed nations. 

• * ♦ 
— but. perhaps, what I %m 
thinking is too simple I 




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to announcement of Chas. A. Mor- 
row, vice president in charge of 
sales. 

The new cabinet has two shelves 
which provides adequate storage 
space for small articles, such as 
spices, salt and pepper, which the 
lousewife needs close at hand while 
preparing foods. 

Made of enamel, it has a door of 
burnished steel strips which slide 
up and back out of sight, like a 
roll-top desk. The door stay« open 
or closed without any hooks or 
catches and is made in 18- and 24- 
inch widths. 

S. R. Mathison, 1019 Iris street, 
Redwood City, is the local sales 
manager. The cabinet is distrib- 
uted by these West Coast firms: 
Pioneer Appliance Co., San FiriBui- 
cisco; Devlin - Drew Co., Fresno; 
Saviers Electrical Products Corp., 
Reno; and Gough Industries, Inc., 
Los Angeles. 



HENDY BUYS WAR PLANT 

The Government - owned war- 
built facilities of the Joshuia Hendy 
Iron Works, Sunnyrale, h<ive been 
declared surplus and apprbved for 
sale to the Hendy company for 
$565,000 cash and other liabilities, 
the U. S. Maritime Commission an- 
nounces. The sale is subjebt to the 
approval of the War Assets Cor- 
poration. 



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Architect— Timothy L. Pflueger, 580 

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NEWS INDEX 

For c«nv6nl»nt reference, newt 
ra^rts In Hile •ectlon are elasti- 
fili as fellows: 

Commercial BIdga. 1- 8 

Educational BWgs. 9-10 

Keepttale 11 

Indeatrtal BMfs. 12-13 

Puhtle Bulldleta 14-17 

BollfllAua Bulldknfs 1«-19 

Reor&a«l«Mil BlUga. 20-21 

lenttal Buil^ims aK-Z« 

•pertatlon BtQls. 27 

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4/2/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

STORE BUILDING 

SANTA ROSA, Sonoma County, Calif. 

Construction of one-story reinforced 

concrete building (75,000 sq. ft), 

with mezzanine. 
Owner — Sears-Roebuck, c/o architect. 
Architect — Clarence Caulklns, Rosen- 
berg Bldg., Santa Rosa. 

The preliminary plans have been 
approved. 



4/2/46 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 

APRIL 18, 7:30 P. M. 

SCHOOL. BUILDING 

PALO ALTO, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 

2700 Middlefield Rd. 
Construction of the South Palo Alto 

school building. 
Owner — Palo Alto Unified School Dis- 
trict, Albert M. Davis, secretary, 
543 Channing Ave., Palo Alto. 
Architects — Birge M. Clark and Wal- 
ter Stromquist, 310 University Ave., 
Palo Alto. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
office of the architects upon deposit 
of |25. Each bid must be accom- 
panied by cashier's or certified check 
or bidder's bond for 5% of the amount 
of bid. 



General Contractor— Central Califor- 
nia Construction Co., Inc., 116 Erie j 
St, San Francisco. i 

Low Bidder— Luppen & Hawley, Inc., i 
3126 J St, Sacramento. |12,O0L \ 

Other bidders were: ( 

M. R. Carpenter, Sacramento. $12,' i 

333. 

Walter M. Dunphy Sheet Metal 
Products, Sacramento, »15,427, 




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Section 



a 



22-26— RESIDENTIAL 
BUILDINGS 



26 



12-13— INDUSTRLKL 
BUILDINGS 

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4/2/46 * 

PLANS COMPLETED 

RESIDENCES 

Estimated Cost, r7000-$8000 Each 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif, 
Sun Valley Elstate. 

Construction of six 5- and 6-room 
frame and stucco residences, tile 
baths, hardwood floors, gas heating, 
wood shingle roofs. 

Owner and Builder — Ganiats & Tay- 
lor, c/o architect 

Architect— Donnell E. Jaekle, Build- 
ers' Exchange Bldg., 201 Market St, 
San Jose. 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reperU in this section are classi- 
fied as feUews: 
Water Supply and Sewage 

Disposal Plants 31-38 

33 

M 



Bridges 

Dams, Reservolre a/id 
Dredging 



Decks, Piers 4 HarlMrs — 
Parks, Airports and 

Playgrounds : 

Rel heads. Subways and 

Tunnels 

Electric LigtiMoejand 

■ Tranemieelen llnoe 

Sewers 

Streets and Highw«|^s 

6«e. Water aoS •» Pl^ 

Unee 



37 



41 



•tmcturoa; 
'(» 3S.500i cj. roek excav. for do; 

(3) 216.500 c.y. all classes of excar., 
in tulnnel; 

(4) 48.000c.y. backfill: 

(5) 3,500 c.y. oompacted backfill; 

(6) 8,1S0 c.y. concrete in structures; 

(7) 43,400 cy. concrete in ttumel 
linta^; 

(8) placing 2,570,000 lbs. reinf. bars; 

(9) fumiahing and installing 4,000.- 
000 lbs. permanent steel tunnel 
8upp<|irtB : 

(10) fumijihing and instailing 938 M 
ft b.. timbering in tunnel sup- 
ports; 
I (11) erecting 10 M. ft. bm of timber 
in siphon bulkhead; 
(12> installing 600 lbs. of blowoff 
! valve and connections: 

] (18 placing 160 l.f. of rubber water 
Btope; 
(14) placing 25,600 Ibe. metal do: 
! (15) installing 3.400 lbs. misc. metal 
! work; 

' (16) drilUAg 1.200 Lf. of grout holes 
i not more than 10 feet deep; 

I (17> placing 1000 lbs 



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9-ia_EDUCATIONAL 
BUILDINGS 



4/2/46 " 

BIDS WANTED 

BREMERTON, Wash.— Until April 
23, 11 A. M.. bids will be received by 
the Public Works Office, Bldg. 78, 
Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, 
Wash., under Spec. 17569 for furnish- 
ing three britfge cranes, including the 

4/2/48 •• g ! services of an erector, at Bremerton, 

BONDS VOTED * I Wash, 

SCHOOL BUILDING Cost, |13,000 ' Specifications obtainable from the 

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. i above office upon deposit of |10. 

Construction of school building. ! *■ 

Owner— Pleasant Valley School Dls- ', 4/2/46 •• 18 

trict of the County of Butte. BIDS WANTED 

Architect— Not announced. PORTLAND. Ore.— Until April 18, 

The district voted bonds March 22 ! 2 P- M., bids will be received by the 

in the amount of |13,000, proceeds of i Bonneville Power Administration, 

which will finance the above con- ! ^^OO NE, Union Ave., Portland, for 

struction, installing tile floor, wainscoting for 

- [ units 7, 8, 9 and 10, and N. erection 

4/2/46 •• 9 1 '''^y ^^^ generator room of power- 

PREPARING PLANS ; house at Bonneville Dam. 

SCHOOL BUILDING Cost ^6,000 1 



MERCED, Calif. 

Construction of new school facilities 
consisting of three rooms, kinder- 
garten rooms, teachers' room and 
office, s. 1 

Owner — MSreed Union Elementary 
School District W. Max Smith, 
superintendeat, Merced. 

Architect- E. O. Ernst 561 E. Hard- 
ing Way, Stockton. 
Federal advance planning funds 

have been allotted. 



4/2/46 •• 4 

STARTING WORKING DRAWINGS 

MEDICAL-DENTAL BUILDING 

Cost, $20,000 

WALNUT CREEK, Contra Costa 
County, Calif. 

Construction of one-story medical- 
dental building, wood siding on ex- 
terior, wood sash, linoleum floors, 
hot-air heating system, etc. 

Owner— Withheld. 

Architect- J. Clarence Felclano, 4010 
Monteclto Ave., Santa Rosa. 



4/2/46 • 12 

SUB-CONTRACTS AWARDED 
INDUSTRIAL BLDG. 

Contract Price $152,234 
SAN FRAN£!ISCO. Tennessee Street 

near 20th Street. 
' Construction of one-story and mez- 
zanine, steel frame industrial bldg. 
Owner — American Meter Co.. 471 11th 

Street. 
Architect— John H. Devitt, 580 Mar- 
i ket Street 
..^..^ , jContractor—FVed W. SchelU 666 Mis- 

ill Moe AVA/ADocn 8*0" Street 

ENGLEWOOD, Arapho. Co.. Colo. | ^'^^"'^^ r65^hama ¥t 



Construction of new grade school^ 



with cafeteria and auditorium. 4- 



■ Electric Wiring— Buzzell Elec Works 
130-132 8th St. 



classroom addition, and new senior ^^^^^ Metal-W. T. McKune Metal 



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4/2/48 

CONTRACT AWARDED 
CREAMERY Est Coat $25,000 

CONCORD, Contra Costa Co., Calif. 

Willow Pasa Rd. 
Construction of one-story creamery 

(64x70 ft), concrete block, steel 

sash, concrete floor and built-up 

roof. 
Owner — ^Matt-Sons. 
Architect— Clarence J. Felclano, 4010 

Monteclto Ave., Santa Rosa. 
Contractor — John Hansen, Concord 

Blvd., Concord. 



high school unit. 
Owner — Englewood School Dlst.. R. 
D. Jenkins. Supt. of Schools. En- 
glewood. 
Architect— Temple H. Buell. Denver. 
The Bureau of Community Facili- 
ties, FWA, 2223 Fulton St., Berke- 
ley, Calif., Jias awarded funds In the 
amount of $22,500 to assist in prep- 
aration of plans. 



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Products. 266 Tehama St 

Glass— W. P. Fuller & Co.. 301 Mis- 
sion Street. 

Steel — Schrader Iron Wks, Inc., 1247 

Harrison St. 
Brick and Stone Work, and Hollow 
Tile— W. A. Rainey, 323 Clemen- 
tina Street 
Lumber— Rolando Lumber Co.. 301 

I Berry Street 

iMill Work— Herring. Nutting and Le 

i Page Planing Mill, 750 Florida. St. 

I Hardware— E. M. Hundley Hardware 
Co., 6<S2 Mission 9t 



4/2/46 

FUNDS AWARDED 

SCIENCE BLDG. Est. Cost, $262,600 

TEMPE, Maricopa Co.. Ariz. An- ' ^a^j^^^ ^^^ Plastering - waaiey 
zona State College, Lemon and j piagtering Co.. 1266 Howard St 
College Avenues. g^^^, Rolling Doors— Klnnear Manu- 

Constructlon of new Science Bldg. , ,acturlng Co.. 1742 Yosemite Ave. 

Owner — Arizona State College, Col- I " , 

lege and Lemon Aves., Tempe. j 

Architecte-Leacher and Mahonery, | ^^^^___p^jgj^j^ ^j^^^^^ 



Idaho. — 



of grout pipe 
_ ,__^ *°^ Connections; 

31-32 WATHR SUPPLY Jk.tlS) 2.000 cf. pressure grouting; 

SEWAGE MlPOibU-l^"^ ^'"^^iSiiTu^'NlT "'^ 

PLANlS ' ! Main Canal 

; Sta. 204 i^ius 58 to Sta, 430 plus 00 

32 ^ (1) 2(X).0(]iO c.y. common excav for 
canal; 



4/2/46 

BIDS POSTPONED 

MINIDOKA PROJECT, 
Until April 23, 10 A. M. (postponed 4/2/46 

from April 8) bids will be received BIDS WANTED ) 

by the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation. COCO SOLITO, Canal Zone.-UntU 
Buriey, Idaho, under Spec. 1216 for April 23, 11 A. M bids will be re- 
construction of two 4-room residences ceived by the Public Works Office, 
at Minidoka Dam, Minidoka Project \ 15th Naval District Balboa, Canal 
Idsiho Zone, under Spec. 17520 for recon- 

The work involves* ' struction of sewerage system at Coco ' 

(1) 600 cu. yds. excavation, all classes Solito, Canal Zone. | 

(2) 70 cu. yds concrete; ! Specifications obtainable from the 

(3) construct two type 7 4-room rest- ' Officer in Charge of Constnwjtion, , 
dences District Public Works Office, 15th 
No charge to prospective bidders , Naval District, Balboa, Canal Zone, | 

for copies of the specifications and I upon deposit of check or money order 
drawings ; to others, $2.75 per copy. ; for $10, payable to the Chief of Bu- 
not returnable. I '"e^u of Yards and Docks. 

Copies of the standard forms and i ' 

of the specifications may be obtained 4/2/46 82 

from the following offices of the BIDS OPENED 

Bureau of Reclamation, Walker R. GRANDVIEW, Wash.- Amazone of 



(2) 615,0(K) c.y. rock excav. for do; 

(3) 5,400 c.y. common excav. for 
drainage channels and dikes; 

(4) 2,700 c.y. rock excav. for do; 

(6) 2,900 c.y. common excav. for 
road relocation ; 

1 6) 3,400 cy. rock excav. for do; 

(7) 500 ciy. common excavation for 
strucitures; 

(8) 150 c4y. rock excav. for do; 

(9) 72,006 sta. c.y. overhaul; 

(10) 450 ay. backfill; 

(11) 310 c|y. concrete in structures; 

(12) placing 20,000 lbs. relnf. bars; 

(13) erecting 200.000 lbs. stnic. steel 



The work involves: 

(1) SO acres of clearing canal right- 

of-way ; 

(2) 20 acres grubbing canal right-of- 

way; 

(3) 80,000 cu. yds. canal excavation. 
Plans by Blackie & Wood, consult- 
ing engineer, 544 Market St, San 
Francisco. 

Complete bids follow: 

Elmer J. Warner, (1) $14,350, (2> 
$5500, (3) $18,400; total, $38,150. 

D. Gerald Bing, Sacramento, (1) 
$18,000, (2) $6000, (3) $23,200; totaL 
$47,200. 

F. E. Young, Berkeley, (1) $18,000, 

(2) $7000, (3> $22,800; total. $47,80a 
M. W. Brown, U) $9000, (2) $4000, 

(3) $36,000; total, $49,000. 

A. Teichert & Son, Sacramento, (1) 
$7250. (2) .$6500, (3) $33,600; total. 
$61,350. X 

M. J. Ruddy & Son, Modesto, (1) 
$12,000, (2) $6000, (3) $34,ly0; total, 
$52,400. 

J. Henr>' Harris. Berkeley. (1) $17,. 
130. (2) $10,140, (3) $30,000; total, 157,- 
270. 

A. R. McEwen and C. M. Syar, (1) 
$24,000. (2) $12,000, (3) $21,600; total. 
$57,600. 

T. Earl Parker, Marysville, (1) 
$22,500, (2) $12,000, (3) $33,600; totaL 
$58,100. 

George E. France, (1) $20,250, (2) 
$8500, (3) $27,200 ; total, $65,950. 

Walsh & Pasettl, ' (1) $28,500, (2) 
$13,000, (3) $30,400; total, $71,900. 

C. Dudley De Velbiss. Richmond. 
(1) $19,980. (2) $7780, (3) $45,200; total, 
$72,960. 

George E. Murray, Stockton, (11 
$18,600. (2> $7400, (3) $60,000; totaL 
$86,000. 

Peter Sorensen, Redwood City, (1) 
$21,000, (2) $9000, (3) $52,000; totaL 
$92,000. 

A. H. Fanulara, (1) $19,800, (2) 
$7700. (3) $96,000; total, $123,500. 



4/2/46 



Young, chief engineer. U. S. Cus- ' Oregon. SE. 8th and Madison, Port- 

tom House, Denver 2, Colo.; R. J. i land, at $87,000 (400,000-ganon per (I6) 1,000 c.y. riprap. Caiu— until April 9, 5 P. It. bid* 

Newrell, regional director, P. O. Box .day capacity), $107,000 (500,000-gallon No chafge to prospective bidders will be received by the Moss Land- 
937. Reclamation Bldg., Fair Grounds, ! per day capacity), submitted low bid for oopleS' of the speclficatlotis and ing Harbar District c/o M. I* Qrlf- 
Bolse, Idaho; S. R. Marean, superin- j to the City of Grandview, City Hall, [drawings; to others, $3.00 per copy, fin, president, Monterey Co. Bank 
tendent Buriey, Idaho, and Michael 1 for construction of sewage treatment , not returnable , I Bldg., Castroville. or c/o H. J. 

W. Straus, commissioner. Bureau of j plant for City of Grandview. _ | Copies of the standard tormm and { Brunnier. structural engineer. fiOt 



in raiilroad bridge ; -,_,.., 

(14) erecting 63 M. ft bm. timber j Bl'bs' WANTED 
„,, i^^'^^ges; MO;?S LANDING. Monterey 

(15) 3.000 s.y. dry-rock paving:; 

(16) 1,000 c.y. riprap. 
No charge to prospective bidders 

for oeples' of the specifications and 



i .• 3 4 



Co., 



Reclamation, Washington 26, D. C. 1 Plans prepared by Consulting Engl- , ef the specificatjons may be obtaln- 
Prospective bidders desiring to visit ' neer James W. Carey & Associatesv j ed from tllie_f olio wing offices of the 
the site of the work should com- ! Alaska Trade Bldg., Seattle, Wash ~ - _ . - 



municate with the superintendent 



27— TRANSPORTATION 
BUILDINGS 

4/2/46 •• 2-8 1 

WORK UNDER WAY I 

AUTO SHOWROOM Cost, $43,000 

SAN RAFAEL, Marin County, Calif. 
Construction of reinforced concrete 

auto showroom (100x100 ft), steel 

frame. 
Owner — Not given. 
Contractor— E. P. Merritt 102 Rlalto 

Bldg., San Francisco. 

Foundation work Is under way. 



Other bids were: 

Clyde E. Philip, $109,148. 
James Construction Co., $112,000. 
Hall Atwater Co., $119,4S5L 
Nettleton-Baldwln, $137,500. 



I 



33— BRIDGES 



4/2/46 

BIDS WANTED 

LAKE COUNTY, Calif .—Until May , ^ , ,. _ 

1, 2 P. M., bids will be received by ' Pervislng HSngtneer 
the State Division of Highways, G. ' 



Bureau of Reclamation : Walker R. 
I Young, Chiiof Engineer, U. S. Custom - 
j house, Dentver 2. Colo. ; R. J. NowelL 
Regional i>irector. P. O. Box 937. 
' Reclamatiowi Building. Fairgrounds. 
I Boise. Idaho ; F. A. Banks, 9up«r- 

j vising Engineer. Ooulee Dam, Wash. ; 

and Michael W. Straus, Commission- 

! or. Bureau of Reclajnatlon. Wash- 

• Si' iJigtoa 36, t>. C. Prospective bidders 

I desiring to visit the site of the work 

should communicate with the 8u- 



T. McCoy, State Highway Engineer, 



4/2/46 



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V2/4e ••6 

WORK UNDER WAY 

ALTERATIONS TO BUILDING 

Estimated Cost $26,000 

SAlf JOSH, Santa CHara C?o., Calif. 
Market and Post Sts. 

Improvements to Garden City Billiard 
Parlor, restauant, cigar and ciga- 
rette departments. 

Owner — Frank Bolgano, c/o archi- 
tect 

Architect — Donnell El. Jaekle, Build- 
ers' Exchange Bldg., 202 S. Market 
St., San Jose. 

Contractor— Albert Bolel, 164 Vine St, 
San Jose. 



Pheonlx. 

The Bureau of Community Faclli- 



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4/2/46 

WORK UNDER WAV 

ALTERATIONS TO MARKET 

Estimated Cost, $20,000 

SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 
Market and St. James Sts. 

Alterations to market, including re- 
modeling of existing building, con- 
struction of new liquor department 
and restaurant and alterations to 
meat department, delicatessen, bak- 
ery and grocery. 

Owner — Frank Aiassa, c/o architect 

Architect — Donnell E. Jaekle, Build- 
ers' Exchange Bldg., 201 S. Market 
St, San Jose. 

Contractor — Gene Achille, 911 River- 
side Dr., San Jose. 



,tles, FWA, 2223 Fulton St., Berke- ! 4/2/46 
lley Calif., has awarded funds in the BIDS WANTED—TO CLOSE 
amount of $8400 to asslt In prep- I APRIL 12, 11 A. M. 
aratlon of plans. i MEMORIAL STADIUM Cost $500,000 

- SEATTLE, Wash. Between Harrison 

' and Republican Sts. 
4/2/46 • • 9 Construction of reinforced concrete 

BIDS WANTED — '; stadium, reinforced concrete roof, 

TO BE OPENED APRIL 15, 8 PM. approximately 12,000 seating capa- 
PUBLIC WORKS BLDG. city for part of building to be built 

Cost, $4:>,000 : now ; eventually to have seating 
BURLINGAME. San Mateo Co., CaL i capacity of 25,000 (108x270) ; field 

Primrose Road, In rear of city hall i house, sales booths, etc. 
Construction of two-story reinforced ' Owner — Seattle School District No. 1, 
concrete, with brick veneer and J Frank M. Brock, secretary, 810 Dex- 
some structural steel, public works ; ter Ave., Seattle, 
bldg. (53x50 ft.) to house engineer- - Specifications obtainable from the 
Ing dept, building Inspector's of- 'above office of the district secretary 
fire, water dept. and park dept. jupon deposit of $50 for general con- 
Owner — City of Burlingame. ; struction plans and $20 for mechani- 
Archltects — Sharps and Brown, 1477 | cal and electrical plsms. 

Burlingame Ave., Burlingame. \ 

Bids will be received until 5 P. M., 4/2/46 •* 

April 16, and opened at 8 P. M., by 1 BIDS OPENED 



the Supt of Public Works. 



PAINTING, ETC. 



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4/2/46 

BIDS WANTED 

MONTEBELLO, Los Angeles Co., 
Calif.— Until April 16, 1 P. M., bids 
win be received by the Montebello 
City Unified School District George 
M. Schurr, business manager, 1600 
Whittier Blvd., Montebello, for con- 
struction of a one-story frame and 
stucco double U-shaped administra- 
tive building and a one-story rein- 
forced concrete warehouse at Monte- 
bello and Whittier Blvds., Montebello. 

Plans are being prepared by Archi- 
tects Marsh, Smith & Powell, Archi- 
tecU' Bldg., 816 W. 8th St, Los An- 
geles, and will be available at their 
efflce March 29 upon deposit of $26. 



Plans and specifications may be , SAN FRANCISCO. Old Mint building, 
obtained from the office of the arch- ', interior painting and ref inlshlng of 
Itects upon deposit of $15.00. ; floors. 

'Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 

' ■ - • ' ■■■ ■ ■ lie Buildings Administration, office 

II HOSPITALS of *^^« district engineer, 838 U. S. 

^ ^ _^ t Appraiser's Bldg., San BYancisco. 

4/2/46 ••11 Low Bidder — Larry ,815 Greenwich 

PREPARING WORKING I wlch St, $600. 

DRAWINGS Other bidders were : 

HOSPITAL Estimated Cost. $250,000 . Deemer & Deemer, San Francisco, 



UKIAH, Mendocino County, Calif. 

Remodeling of tuberculosis hospital 
and construction of reinforced con- 
crete hospital proper, custodial wing 
and detention home. 



1878. 

Patterson Bros., Oakland, $895. 
' E. Solve, San Francisco, $1087. 
I W. G. Thompson, San Franclaco, 
1 $1175. 



Owner— County of Mendocino, Uklah. ) J- Friedman, San Francisco, $1285. 
Architect— Clarence Caulklns, Rosen- A. Quandt & Son, $1439. 

berg Bldg., Santa Rosa. I Robert G. Meyer, $1747. 

- I GlampoUnl & Co., San Francisco, 

4/2/46 •• ' »1875. 

PLANNED 1 

ENLARGE HOSPITAL t ' 

^ Approximate Cost $3,00(),000 , 2^^1 SOCIAL AND 

SAN FRANCISCO. Site bounded by 1 DC/^Inr ATiniMAI RI nr'C 

Divisadero. Sutter, Scott and Post i RtA.'K£Al ION AL 1SLXIU5. 

Streets. 



Eight-story addition to Mt Zlon Hos- 
pital to Increase capacity from 163 



4/2/46 

BIDS OPENED 



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iLim^n^^i'riui^nn sTtra^an^^lSAa^ Sacramento County, 

apartment house on Scott St and , ^^^.^ ^ g^ between 12th and 13Ui 

Streets. 

Heating and air conditioning in con- 
nection with Studio Theater, now 
under construction. 

O-wTier — Leonard Giorando. 

Architect — Leonard F. Starks, 416 
Native Sons' Bldg., Sacramento. 



Haaahoa El cmanf ary School 
AadilioB, Stocktoa, CaKf . 



BIDS: Board of Eduoatlon^ Steek- 
ton Unified Sohool District, Adminis- 
tration Bldg, Stockton, Aprt< 2, • P. 
M. Plans by Architect J. U. Clowds- 
ley, Exchange Bldg., Stockton. 

S. C. Giles ft Co.. 119 Blks^ BMg., 
Stockton. 

& C. Giles a Co., 319 Kiks Bldg., 
Stockton. 



John D. McLaughlin 

AND ASSOCIATES 

CONSULTING ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS 

1641 RUSS BLDG.— EXbrook 5712 
920 Junipers Serra — DE 10197 



Public Works Bldg. Sacramento, for I BIDS OPENED „ . ^ 

construction of two bridges, one _ ^.^-^^^ VALI^Y, Nevada Co., 
across Robinson Creek and the other ^*'"— ^'™«f J- Warner, 1103 Syca- 
across Scott Creek between one and more St, Stockton, at $38,150, sub- 
two miles suoth of Upper Lake in JV ^*^ '°^y ^'^ fo "»« Ne^*<*» I"^8»- 

tion District, Elizabeth Johnson, sec- 

[ retary, Grass Valley, for construction 
of the D-S canal extension, clearing 



Lake County 
Work involves: 
(li 1,500 c.y. struc. excav.; 

(2) 885 cy. Class A portland ce- 
ment cone, footing blocks ; 

(3) 980 c.y. Class A portland ce- 
ment cone, struc; 

(4) 377,000 lbs. furnish struc. steel; 

(5) 377,000 lbs. erect do; 

(6) 1,300 If. furnish treated Douglas 
fir piling; 

(7) 5,810 Lf. furnish untreated do; 

(8) 700 l.f ." furnish concrete piling; 

(9) 192 each drive timber piles; 

(10) 20 each drive concrete piles; 

(11) 139,000 lbs. furnish bar relnf. 
steel ; 

'(12) 139,000 lbs. place do; 
i(l3) 910 Lf. tee-rail bridge railing; 
(14) misc. Items of work. 

The State. win furnish all tee- rail 
in connection with Item (13. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



and earth'wiork. The propKjsed work is 
located about three milee east of 
Grass Valley and involves approxi- 
mately 4.5 miles of canaL 



engineer. 
Sharon Bldg., San Francisco, for 
construction of levees for the pur- 
pose of impounding the spoils from 
dredging operations to be performed 
by the U. S. under Plx)Ject Serial 
No. 04-203-40-5. 

The location and extent of the 
areas on which the spoils are to be 
dispu.sed are shown as No. 2. 3 and 
6 respectively, on U. S. Engineer Of- 
office Drawing Sheet No. 1, and 2, 
File No. 14. Division 1. Project " S, 
and are estimated to have a com- 
bined capacity of approx. 200.000 cy. 
when filled to Elev. plus 14.00 above 
MLLW. 

The levees may be constructed with 
borrow material from inside the pro- 
pu.sed fill areas. Imported borrow 
material ot a satisfactory character 
may be used. 

The levee shall have a minimum 
berm of 12 feet and a minimum top 
width of 8 feet and a side slope of 
the angle of repose of the material, 
but not steeper than a slope of 2 to 
1. The freeboard shall be at least 
one foot above the level to whldi 
the areas are to t>e filled. 



WANTED 

FOR SALE • FOR RENT 

USED EQUIPMENT 
AND MATERIALS 



FOR SALE 



NEW & RECONDITIONED 
DIMENSION LUMBER 

TIMBERS, wallboard^, plumbing, 
pipe, nillwork, and other building 
matoria's. SALE PRICES. Large 
stocks of "hard to get" items. 

Wire, write, or 'phone 

CLEVELAND WRECKING CO. 

2900 Third St. - VAlenda 4977 



FOR RENT 



LUMBER HANDLING EQUIP- 
MENT : CARRIERS. STACaCERS, 
TRUCTCS. Call Mac. Pacific Carriers. 
Oakland. KE 4-1651. 



HELP WANTED 



34^DAM6, RESERVOIRS & 
DREDGING 



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PURCTHASING AGENT for Build- 
ing Materials Firm, thoroughly fa- 



4/2/46 

FUNDS AWARDED 

WATER STORAGE RESERVOIR 

Estimated Cost $90,000 

i:lWOOD, Utah. 

Construction of water storage reser- 
voir of 150,000-gallon capacity, to- 
gether with a distribution system 
of approximately 70,000 linear feet 
of 2-inch to 6-inch pipe with all 
allied appurtenances. 

Owner — Elwood Town Corporation, R. 
W. Hunsaker, mayor, Elwood, Utah. 

i^ngineers — Caldwell & Richards, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

The Bureau of Community Facill- ; 
les, Federal Works Agency, 2223 Ful- j 

ton St, Berkeley, Calif., has awarded ^ 

funds in amount of $3000 to assist in j 

preparation of plans. j 

4/2/46 • 3* ! 

BIDS POSTPONED ' 

COLUMBIA BASIN PROJECT, I 
Washington.- Until April 30, 10 A. M. ! 
(postponed from April 15). bids will ! 
be received by the U. S. Bureau of 
Reclamation, Coulee Dam, Washing- 
ton, under Spec. 1236, for construc- 
tion of earthwork, canal lining, tun- 1 
nel and structures, main canal, sta- 1 
tlon 24 plus 00 to station 430 plus 00, ! 
Columbia Basin Project Washington, i 
The work is situated near Coulee 
City, Wash. 
Principal items are as follows: 
SCHEDULE No. 1 
Main Canal 
Sta. 24 plus 00 to Sta. 93 plus 00 
(1> 15.000 cy, common excav. for 

canal: 
(2) 1.240,000 c.y. rock excav. for do; 
(3j 800 cy. compacted embankment 

(4) preparing 32,700 s.y. rock foim- 
dations for concrete lining; 

(5) 5,450 cy. concrete in canal linmg 

(6) placing 393,000 lbs. reinf. bars 
in canal lining; 



GLASS and GLAZING 

Himco Store Front Construction Service. 
Mirror Manufacturers, 
Shower Doors, 

Tub Enclosures. 

Medicine Cabinets 

San Francisco Glass Co. 



5234 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO, 12 



Phone: DElawarc 7313 



. 



! WELDING SERVICE 

l^ortable (Day or Contract) — General Repair 
TRAILER CONSTRUCTION TO ORDER 

flansen and Wagner Welding Co. 

569 SEVENTH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 
Bus. 'Phone: MA 9668— Res. 'Phones: MA 9692, EL !»•£ 



I ROOFING 

INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS 
COMPOSITION AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS REPAIRED 

• • • 
Estimates gladly submitted to General Contractors on 
-\- any type new Construction 

DONNELLY ROOFING CO. 
652 FULTON St., SAN FRANCISCO - Phone WAlimt WS6 



miliar with Lumber. Permanent. State j (7) constructing 2,000 l.f. of under- 
exp. and salary expected. Reply Box I drains with uncemented joints; 




42, c/o Daily Pacific Builder. 

4/2-3-4-5/46 



■y/»r--i^ > 



CRAFT 

CONSTRUCTION 



HACnFIC PO'RIiaRKCltttNr COMPANY 

ns;roV.V;° coASTwiDE serWc:,, "?";tur 



AMPLE STOCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY- 

KickPlaiel 

Frank Ashby, iMonoging PorlrMr 

NATIONAL STEEL FABRICATORS 




(8) laying 450 Lf. sewer pipe with 
cementer joints. 

SCH£:DUL.E No. 2 

Main Canal, Sta. 93 plus 00 to Sta. 

204 plus 58 (Bacon Siphon and 

Bacon Tunnel) 

(1) 1,000 cy. common excav. for 



OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS 



tFS'0f',1.f. i 



: MMfE ca I 




OVERHEAD DOOR CO. 

PtiofM Olympk 631 2 

5420 San Pablo Ave., OAKLAND 

Phone JUniper 4-7897 

S731 Mission, SAN FRANCISCO 



STEELFORMS 



STEELTUBE CONSTRUCTION TOWERS 
1 HEAVY DUTY SWINGING SCAFFOLDS 

STEELFORM CONTRACTING CO. 

66e Harrison SL DO 55S3 



£ 



is 



GAMERSTOR ft GREER LIMBER GO. 

i Wholesale and Jobbinf Yards 

LUMBER . TIMBERS - TIES . FIR - REDWOOD 
PONDEROSA . SUGAR PINE 



Sar Frsnclsco 
1800 ARMY STREET 
ATwater 1300 



Oakland 
LIVINGSTON STREET 
KEIloa 4-1B84 



Associated Wood Products Co. 

\ Fabricators and Erectors of 
TIMBER TRUSSES 

Bwfc Ui j 8317 IMS aOCTH aT„ ■■M,j I, CJt 



i 






!yUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1946 



PAILY PACIFIC BmLPaa 



PAGE 3 



HDVANGElBONSTRUCTIOM REPORTS 



D^CKS, PIERS & 
HARBORS 



4/2/46 •• 35 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

PACIFIC OCEAN AREA.— Pollock- 
Stockton Shipbuilding Co., Stockton, 
awarded a negotiated contract by 
the U. S. Navy, Bureau of Yards and 
Docks, Washington, D. C, for in- 
art ivation of dr>'docks, Pacific Ocean 
Area; NOy 13531. 



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4/2/48 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 

APRIL 22, 11 A. M. 

PIERS 

BREMERTON, Wash. Naval Ship- 
yard. 
Construction of two concrete piers 
and ten steel sheet pile moorings 
and access trestles; Spec. 17430. 
Owner— Public Works Office, Naval 
Shipyard, Bremerton, Wash. 
Specifications obtainable from the 
Public Works Officer, Naval Ship- 
yard, Bremerton, Wash., upon deposit 
of check or postal money order for 
S30. payable to the Chief of Bureau 
of Yards and Docks. 



approximately 46 miles in length, be- 
ginning at proposed dam near De- 
troit, Ore., and running In westerly 
direction to point near Stayton and 
thence northwesterly to Chemawa. 

Other bids were : 

W. S. Kelton, Seattle, $55,848. 

Sprague & Starbird, Bremerton, 
$73,541. 

Beasley & Stoehr, Portland, $77,200. 

Civil Engineering Servicea, Inc., 
Portland, $84,460. 

James Carey & Associates, Seattle, 
$84,942. 

Wayne Jaccoby, $126,850. 



4/2/46 

BIDS WANTED 



* ^ 1 f nrT?t^'*™*^*°°' ^«°v«r. Colo- 'or insulated, *>ab)a range, lOO/jWO- to 
HUMBOLDT CO., Cal.-Untll Apr atThe shfnn^l^t ^l^.^^f k"'**" "^ jS-ampere. single-phase, 60-cycte, cmt- 
94 2 P M. bids will be received hv I tr« ♦ snipping pomt or f.o.b. cars at ! door type current transformers for 
the State Division of Highways G ! of Th^ "l.?i'°'^' ^^^"^ *^ ^^ °P"°° 1^**^ construction substaUon; six (6) 
T McCov State Highway Eng^'ee^* 1 fLi ^^^^^'■' one 60-ton, single- 5000- volt -insulated. 2400- to 120-volt. 

?ubYic Works Bldg..Sacrimentr for S^^^ overhead ! single-phase, 60-cycle, outdoor type 

ir?out35[ miles surfacing with %iSJ ll^^"iX'^%r"'.*.'^-'°° '"i"- I P^^^^^i^l transformers for Estes con 

!_i <•»„!,,» r.n imnortPrt Ko=^^_ 1°"^ "°'°'- ^or the Anderson Ranch 

power plant, Boise Project, Idaho; 
(9) construct 8303 s.f. 3%-ln. cone! the plant mix surfacing i.^^^.^^^ ±^,t}''J?:.T''^''^^^'^^ "^'^ ^ ^- '^^^ ch^^^^ 



(3) 1780 Lf. concrete curb and gut- 
ter. Cut No. 6 to constr; 

(4) 7 gutter drains No 7 to deliver 
to Corp Yard ; 

(5) place 6 gutter drains. No 11; 

(6) 100 l.f. 6-in. VI sewer pipe; 

(7) 2 Y X 6 X 4 inch VI wyes to 

place; !;;,5»o,frfarin? on imported basp' mo 'Z*'' """"" ^"*^ "^® Anaerson Kancn ; siniction substation. The apparatus 

''' complete* ' '°""'' ""'^^ 'iTeHarir'd'ayying^^ial'?^^^^ 



walk; 
(10) place 6230 s.f. 5%-in. asph. cone. 

■pavement, seal coat. 
Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



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4/2/46 

BOND ELECTION 

SEWER SYSTEM 

BELVEDERE, Martn County, Calif 

Construction of sewer system, most 



4/2/46 

BIDS OPENED 
SACRAMENTO. Calif. 



4 



Patrick's Point and Big Lagoon, 
I Work involves : 

; (1) 181 sta. scarifying and reshap- 
ing existing roadbed; 
' (2) develop water supply and fur- 
' nish water equipment; 

; (3) 420 M. gals, apply water; 

(4) 11,650 c.y. import base mtl.; 
I -(5) 55 tonsliq. asph. SC-2 pnme 



R Fled- ! 



ler, 3000 Broadway. Sacramento, at [ 



$1896.55 submitted low bid to the city ^ 

of Sacramento, city Clerk, City Hall, j 

Sacramento, for improvement of 

of sewage will be collected from i alley between and K Sts., from 21st ' 

Belvedere and all of It from Corm- \iq 22nd Sts. ! 



3e— PARKS, AIRPORTS & 
PLAYGROUNDS 



4/2/46 • 36 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

SANTA CATALINA ISLAND, Los 
Angeles Co.. Calif.— N M Ball Sons, 
r>4y S Olive .«?t., Los Angeles, at $96,- 
125 submitted low bid and awarded 
contract by the Santa Catalina Is- 
land Co.. 606 S Hill St.. Los Angeles. 
March 22. for surfacing present nm- 
way with bituminous mix and In- 
stalling electric ducts for future 
lighting system. Buffalo Springs Air- 
port, Santa Catalina Island. 

Plans w«o prepared by A. H. 
Benedict, consulting engineer, 606 S 
Hill St.. Los Angeles. 

Bids were: 

N. M. Ball Sons. $96,125. 

Clyde Wood, Inc.. $108,046.25. 

J. E. Haddock. Ltd.. $172,387.25 

37— RAILROADS, SUB- 
WAYS & TUNNELS 

4/2/46 • 3 7 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

COLORADO-Big Thompson ProJ., 
Colo. — Loudermilk Bros.. Denver, at 
$1,864,822 awarded contract by the 
Bureau of Reclamation. Denver, for 
the construction of excavation and 
cone, lining. Rams Horn and Pros- 
pect Mountain tuhnels. power canal 
No. 1, Colorado-Big Thompson Pro.1., 
Colo.; Spec. No. 1167. The work is 
situated from one mile south to 
four miles southwest of Estes Park, 
Colo. 



thian and Hilarita, procesed in a 
central primary treatment plant, 
and then disposed of through a 
main line to Blanding's Point. 
Owner — City of Belvedere, c/o H. A. 
Estabrook, Corinthian Island, Bel- 
vedere. 
Engineer — Clyde Chas. Kennedy, 604 
Mission St., San Fraacisco. 
The city of Belvedere will hold an j 
election April 9 on a proposal to Is- I 
sue bonds in amount of $160,000 to | 
finance above construction. i 



coat; 

(6) 250 c.y. sand prime coat; 

(7) 58 tons asph. emulsion seal coat 

(8) 590 tons screenings seal coat; 

(9) 5,200 tons min. agg. plant mix 
surfacing ; 

(10) 260 tons pave asph, do; 



stalled by the government. No charge [ tions to prospective bona fide bid 
for copies of the specifications to ders ; to others, $1.50, not returnable. 

prospective bona fide bidders ; to oth- > i 

ers, $2, not returnable. For particu- ' 4/2/46 [ •• 4S 

lars, address the Bureau of Reclama- i NOTICE OF SALE i 

, tion, Denver, Colo. , MONTEREY COUNTY, Calij'.— Un- 1 

'i/o/^« *" ^^^^ ^5- ^^ ^ ^■' b*ds Ivill be 

llfi}^ . 86 43 receivedS. by the State Division of 

I ^yy,'^'^"'"^^ I Highways. U H. Gibson, district en- 

COLUMBIA BASIN PROJECT, ; gineer, 60 Higuera SL, Saik Lul« 

I vyashmgton.— Until May 2, 2 P. M., j Obispo, for furnishing one 8-t(>n tan- 
bids will be received at the office dem 2-wheel roller for approxi|mately 
of the Bureau of Reclamation. Den- j 20 days' use in Monterey County, 
ver, Colo., for furnishing and deliv- Specifications obtainable fri)»m the 
ermg f.o.b. cars at the shipping point ' above office. 
or f.o.b. cars at Odair, Wash., at the 1 



te^, and a report of approved modrt 
tests as prescribc-d by paragraph S4 
of the specifications, and (b) bix 
vertical - shaft, centrifugal pumps, 
each having a capacity of not 1«M 
than 767 cu. ft, per second at a pump- 
ing head of 197 ft and a speed of 180 
r.p.m., for Installation In the Delta- 
Mendota pumping plant. Central Val- 
ley Project, California. The pumpa 
will be direct-connected to sjTichro- 
nous motors which will be supplied 
under another contract. All of tha 
apparatus will be installed by tha 
government. 



The work involves; 



11 75 each ^move and reset ner- k^^^^" °^ ^^^ ^*'***^'*' °^« «*««! work * 4/2/46 
(11) 75 eacn remuvo _Af?^'^ P«*^- ! barire. w thout revolving- pr»n*» Andio.ncr 



43 



,fr«f^a:fr concrete ..dewam an., ^T'cuVS^'maSIrs^"''' P"- i gf Wl^.ThreTr ".^^oTJ SS i "'T°#H^Sr"cSuNTT, CMU.^UnU, 



aprons, remove 

(2) 21 lin. ft fence to remove; 

(3) 173 cu. yds. excavation and ^rad- above officf 

Ing; i 

(4) 1 f lusher manhole to remove; '4/2/46 



Specifications obtainable from the 1 f°v '"^^^•, maneuvering lines, swivel April 8. 2 P. M., bids will be received 
^ fair lea 18, sheaves, window glass, ; by the State Division of Hig|hways, 



4/2/46 

BIDS POSTPONED 



•• 



RIO GRANDE PROJECT, New 
Mexico— UntU April 24, 2 P. M. (bid 
opening date postponed from April 4), 
bids will be received at the office of 
the Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, 
Colo., for furnishing and delivering 
f.o.b. cars at the shipping point or 
f.o.b. cars at Engle. Las Cruces, Ala- 
mogoitio and Socorro, N. M., at tha 
option of the bidder, three sets of 
carrier - current telephone apparatus 



insulating material, transit linlni and 1657 Riverside Dr., Redding, folf rental ^°^ InsUllaUon in the Elephant Butte 
f fastenings and lavatory for control of one truck crane with shovel at- Po^er P^a^t, tbe Las <-J""ces^fi*3>sta- 



cabin, for maintenance of spillway tachment, 10-ton capacity, H-tcu. yd. 
Inicket. Grand Coulee Dam, Colum- bucket, gasoline or diesel engirie pow- 



, ^^ProTp^rNo FAC F?" fw^ "ot returnable. For particu- 

^""^^ ^ ?r m SofctSX Piini ' '^'■■^' ^^d'^^^ the Bureau of Reclama- 
i^"? _^--J?„ifI' "trfl.'^tilS.^^l^ion. Denver, Colo. 



38-- ELECTRIC LIC|HTING 
TRANSMISSION LINES 
EQUIPMENT 



(5) 3 gutter drains cut No 11 to BIDS WANTED 

(8) 1 jBBanhole to construct; highway projects m Bannock and pg^^ ^ona fide bidders- to other*. 

4/2/46 .• 39 ''' '' ^'^^^ "• ^'^P^^^^r ^°^' = t. ' ^\"^. T^'t^^^'^rvV^^"'!^.: S Vol "Jetimabl'e'^For'^p^rti'cu • 
4/2/46 "" 3» (iQj j^20 cu yds. class D concrete ■' *"* T^r-r^toois ivo. *A(,.Trn an ta\ . f 

^•ps.^t^l^^ ^ , , , ^ pavement eariy hardenlrg. , 

SAN FERNANDO, Los Angeles Co., (^^ q^^^^ . j^ Fielder Sacramento, and specifications are available from _ 

Calif .—Until April 9, 2 P. Ml, bids j jjgQg 55 i t^e above office or from the district ! 

will be received by the U. S. Depart- i (B) ^ Teichert & Son, Sacramento, engineer office, Pocatello, for the l^.^;!!*... . * ** 

ment of Agriculture, Division of Pur- j $194985 i Bannock County Job and Lewiston ^'°S WANTED 

chase. Sales and Traffic, Washington I (C) LeoG Lent; Sacramento, »1,- for the Latah County job. upon de- ' ^^^^^^^^ RAPIDS PROJECT, 

25. D. C, under Inv. 515-46 for con- ) 97334 " 'posit of $5. A guaranty in 5% to ac- i Montana.— Until April 30, 2 P. M., 

struction of Irrigation system at Soil /r\< tt.' iji xinHnpH (^nf^rampnto 12- ' oomnnnv all bids 1 bids will be received by the U. S. Bu- 

^^\foJ- "•"**"*• Sacramento, 91. . <^°"?If °y ^e^^^^ reau of Reclamation, Denver. Colo., I men ts and tax-supported Institutions. 

(D) I Bannock County '(FAG-FG-60 (8)— '""'*«'" Sp«c. 1276 for furnishing and [April 9 and 10; veterans, April 11 and 

1.10 ; Consists of construcUon of a 378-ft ( delivering f.o.b. cars at the shipping 1 12, and dealers, April 29 through 

50 steel and concrete overhead struc- 1 P°^°'^ °^ ^■^■^- cars at Fallon, Mont, May 3. 



Conservation Service Nursery, San 
Fernando. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



Specifications obtainable fri|)m the 
above office. 

, 4/2/46 I •• 43 

1 NOTICE OF SALE 

I SAN FRANCISCO. —War Assets 

I Administration, Consumer Go<>d8 Di- 
vision. 30 Van Ness Ave.. San Fran- 
cisco 2, announces sale of motor 
vehicles, located in Califomlla and 
Nevada, for federal agencies, Mon- 
day, April 8; state and local govern 



tion and the Alamogordo substation, 
Rio Grande Project, New Mexico; 
Specification 1218. The apparatus will 
be installed by the government NO 
charge for copies of the specif icationa 
to prospective bona fide bidders ; to 
others, 16.75, not returnable. For par- 
ticulars, address the Bureau of Rec- 
lamation, Denver, Colo. 



4/2/46 • 89 

FUNDS AWARDED 
WATER SYSTEM Est. Cost, $23,300 
HEBER CITY. Wasatch Co., Utah. 
Improvements to the culinary water i 

system. ' 

Owner— Heber City, Ralph F. Giles 

Mayor, Heber City. 
Engineer — Hugo Price, Provo, Utah 

The Bureau of Community Facil- 1 4/2/46 



(A) 
*.10 
.35 
1.00 
8.00 



(1) 

(2) 

(3) 

(4)..... 

(5) 16.00 

(6) 1.25 

(7) 10.00 

(8) 4550 

(9) 2.25 

(10) 12.50 



(B) 

$.10 
.25 

1.30 
10.00 
15.00 

1.25 
10.00 
50.00 

2.25 
12.50 



(C) 

$.12 
.50 

1.30 
10.00 
1500 

1.30 
10.00 
60.00 

2.50 
12.50 



1.55 ture over the Union Pacific Railroad I ^* ^^® option of bidder, one motor- 

2.50 near Topaz on U. S. 20 North. (driven pumping unit for installation 4/2/46 

14.00 Latah County (FG-75 (4)— Consists * ^" ^^« Fallon pumping plant Buffalo , BIDS WANTED 

1.25 of constructing a 126-f t. concrete I I^apids Project, Montana. The pump- , CENTRAL VALLEY PR(!)JECT, 

5.50 bridge widening the W. I. & M. Rail- ^"S ""'<^ *'*" ^^ Installed by the gov- California.— Until May 6, 2 P. M., blda 

65.00 road overhead and widening and sur- emment. The specifications do not will be received by the Buneau of 

2.50 facing 567 mile of P. S. 95 between contain a provision for liquidated Reclamation, purchasing agent. Room 

12.65 Potlach Junction and Viola. i damages for delay. No charge for 416, U. S. Customs House. Denver. 

. i copies of the specifications to pros- , Colo., under Spec 1192 for furbishing 

' 4/2/46 ••40 P^ctive bona fide bidders ; to others, , and delivering f.o.b. cars at thie ship- 

* *^ CONTRACT AWARDED '^^' °o^ returnable. For particulars, ping point or f.o.b. cars at Tracy, 

SAN BERNARDINO CO., Calif .— ' ^^^dress Bureau of Reclamation, Den- , Calif., at the option of the bidder, 

'^ ' ithe following (a) assembly pind de- 

1 tail drawings as prescribed by para- 
I 26 graph 33 of the specifications^ model 



itles, FWA, 2223 Fulton St, Berke-:B1DS WANTED _ 

ley, Calif., has awarded funds in the ' SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Until April jyiati'ch Bros.. Box 390, Colton, at >«r. Cola 

amount of $670 to eisslst In prepara- j 19, 5 P. M., bids will be received by -^^g 203 75 awarded contract by the ' 

tion of plans. [the Sacramento City Council, city g^^^'g Director of Public Works, C. 4/2/46 

clerk. City Hall, Sacramento, for Im- -^ Purcell Sacramento, for about , TO START CONSTRUCTION 



4/2/46 •• a 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

CENTRAL VAT J. FY PROJECT, 
California.— Bethlehem Pacific Coast 
Steel Corp.. 20th and Illinois Sts., San 
Francisco, at $75,412.90, awarded con- 
tract by the Bureau of Reclamation, 
purchasing agent Room 400 U. S. 
Customs Bldg., Denver, Colo., under 
Spec. 1160 for furnishing and deliver- 
ing f.o.b. cars at the shipping point 
or f.o.b. cars at Coram and at Red- 
ding, Calif., at the option of the bid- 
der, fabricated structural steel fof 
the 230-kv. switchyard, Shasta power 
plant, and 230-kv. switchyard and 
230-kv. transformer circuits, Keswick 
power plant, Kennett Division, Cen- 
tral Valley Project, California. The 
structures will be erected by the gov- 
ernment The specifications do not 
contain a provision for liquidated 
damages for delay. 



4/2/46 

FUNDS AWARDED 'No. 6. 

SEWER SYS. Est. Cost, $110,842 I The work involves: 



39Jprovement of Swanston Palms Unit 57 mUes of' grading and paving with i LOS ANGELES, Calif . — Western 



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4/2/46 
COMPLETE BIDS 

ALAMOGORDO, N. M— Reynolds 
Electric & Engineering Co., El Paso, 
Texas, submitted the low bid to the 
Bureau of Reclamation. Denver, Colo., 
March 15, at (la) $159,659.59, (lb) 
$158,920.50. (2a) $178,621.44, (2b) $182,- 
083.41. for the construction of (1) the 
Alamogordo-Holljrwood and (2) the 
Elephant Butte-Socorro 115-kllovolt 
transmission lines. Rio Grande Proj- 
ect, New Mexico; Specification 1170. 
The work Is situated in approximate- 
ly the central portion of the State of 
New Vexfco. 

The bids were taken on the follow- 
ing basis: (a) aluminum conductor; 
(b> copper conductor. 
The total bids submitted were: 
Reynolds Electric & Engineering 
Co., (la) $159,659.59. (lb) $158,920.50, 
(2a) $178,621.41, (2b) $182,083.41. 

H. H. Walker ,Inc., Lo sAngeles, 
(la) $165,769.70, (lb> $166,582.10. (2a) 
$228,738. (2b) $229,838. 



SOMERTON. Yuma Co., Calif. • 

Improvements and developments to ' 
sewer system, Incl. various collec- i 
tion lines within the town limit, j 
oxidation bed and chlorinator. 
Owner — City of Somerton, J. M. Greer 
Mayor, City Hall, Somerton. | 

Engineers — ^Hedman, Ferguson and 
Carllle, Phoenix. j 

The Bureau of Community Facil- | 
Ities. FWA, 2223 Fulton St, Berke- 
ley, 'Calif., has awarded funds in the 
amount of $4750 to assist In prepara- 
tion of plans. 



39 



(1) 43 lin. ft curb alone to take out; 

(2) 3799 cu. yds. excavation and 
grading ; 

(3) 581 cu. yds. fill grading; 

(4) 5 old gutter drains to deliver to 
corporation yard; 

(5) 16 gutter drains cut No. 11 to 
place ; 

(6) 4 manholes to reconstruct to 
grade; 

(7) 10 manholes complete to con- 
struct ; 

(8) 1747 Un. ft 8-in. V.I. sewer pipe; 

(9) 851 lin. ft 6-ln. V.L sewer pipe; 

(10) 7 6x6x4-ln. V.L pipe wyes to 
place ; 

(11) 17 street monuments to place; 



SUB - BIDS WANTED 



Portland cement concrete and con- ■ Defense Housing Co., 1041 E. Green 1 

structing relnf. concrete bridge be- j St, Pasadena, will start work soon ; 

tween Vineyard Ave. and Etiwanda ! on the construction of a new all- 

Ave., San Bernardino County. { rental housing project to accommo- 1 5as««5«j5i:«i^«s;a3a«?5;5^!tfte?^5i5:«^«^^ 

— [date 1000 families m furnished apart- 1 General contractors desiring sUb-bids oo any job are Invited to make known 

•^ i ments on a 62-acre site at Avalon ! their requirements In this odiumn. There Is no charge for this eervloa. 
' i Blvd. and 234th St, Wilmington dls- ' 



Machinery & Material 



38 



4/2/46 

BIDS OPENED 

PORTLAND, Ore. — General Engi- 
neering Co., Centla Bldg.. Seattle, at 
$47,814. submitted low bid to Bonne- 
ville Power Administration, 1300 NE. 
Union Ave.. Portland. Ore., under 
Inv. 3605 for surveying location of 
Detrolt-Chemawa transmission line, 



4/2/46 

FUNDS AWARDED 

SEWER9 Fst. Cost, $83,200 Ul2) 6408 lin. ft. curb and gutter No. 

RATON, Colfax Co., N. M. i 13 to construct; 

Construction of sewer facilities, incl. 1 (13) 28,836 sq. ft. 3% -in. concrete side- 
disposal plant and outfall lines, i walk to construct; 
and relocation of existing sewer j (14) 3308 tons asphaltic cement pave- 
llnes. ' ment seal coat and screenings ; 
Owner— City of Raton, City Hall, J. I (15) 20 im. ft concrete curb and gut- 

R. Bastler, Mayor, Raton. j ter alone to construct; 

Engineer not selected. (16) 1 6x8-in. 6-m. V.I. pipe tees to 

Th e B ureau of Community FaclU- ' place; 

ties, FWA, 2223 Fulton St., Berke- j (17) 42 cu.'yds. 6-ln. concrete to place, 
ley, Calif., has awarded funds in the : includln gexpanslon joints ; 

amount of $3,200 to assist in prep- 
aration of plans. 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient referenoe, news 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as follows: 

Misc. Supplies & Materials 42 
Machinery and Equipment 44 



trict, for the Avalon Village Co, Of 
'the 1000 units, -500 will be single 
I apartments and the other 500 double 
! apartment^ ; all apartments to be 
I furnished and provided with a cook- 
' ing range and refrigeration units. 
'■■ Total estimated cost, $4,500,000. 
I The Western Defense Housmg Co. 
iwill take bids In about a week for 
!the site development work, including 
I street paving, curbs, gutters and ' p^p^y Bldg. Addition, Embarcadero, San Francisco; Bids open April 4, 2 PM. 

cross-gutters. . t... * i Peter Sartorio, 262 Clementina St, San Francisco (GArfleld 83«D. 

I Plans were prepared by Architect j ^ , 

John N. Douglas, 1941 E. Green St., , |,,j.,,fl^,j.Q3^,g gldg^ 35th and Telegraph, Oakland; No definite bid 



Office and Lab. Bldg. and Indust^hif Relations Bldg., California Researoh 
Corp., Richmond; Bids 0||>en April 12 
E. S. McKlttrick Co., 610 16th Street Oakland (TWln Oaks 5070) 
Swlnerton & Walberg Co., 2l25 Bush St, San Francisco (GArfleld 2980) 
Barrett & Hilp, 918 Harrison Stre et, San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 
M. & K. Corp., 200 Ftoanclal Center Bldg., San Francisco (EXbrook 7624) 
Carrico & Gautler, 365 Oceisin Avenue, San Francisco (JUnlper 4-8081) 
Moore & Roberts, 693 Misfillon St., San Francisco (GArfleld 8579). 



Pasadena 



42— MISC. SUPPLIES AND 
MATERIALS 



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43— MACHINERY AM) 
EQUIPMENT 



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opening date set 
A. Famell Blair, No. 9 MaHn Street, San Francisco (YUkon 0390) 
R. A. CuUen, 478 Jackson St, San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 



40—' 



STREETS AND 
HIGHWAYS 



BIDS WANTED 

4/2/46 ••42 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until Apr. 17, | 4/2/46 ••48 

2 P. M., bids will be received by the! BID OPENED 
U. S. Treasury Dept., 821 Market St, I SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A. A. Ties- 



I Medical Bldg., Summit near 3lOth St., Oakland; Bids open April 11, 11 A. M. 
I A. J. Hopper Co., 243 Langton St, San Francisco (MArket 7070). 



4/2/46 

BIDS WANTED 



(18) 2 8-ln. flushers cut No. 15; 

(20) Lt'^lec\ro^^er"svs"tli2°' ^^' ' under Inv. SF-2902-46 for galvanized , ,au, 1220 Eastshore Highway, Ber 

^ specif icaUonso^^^^^^^ from the ! ^"J«f-/ '^^ ^an Francisco and LoslKeley at $19.40; $5 per hour for 

aKnvo off lp«» Angclcs. | spreading, submitted only bid to the 

aoove oiiite. , state Purchasing Agent. Sacramen- 

4/2/46 • • * aito, under Quot 44433, Req. 12191. 

• 40 BIDS WANTED • 

1 SAN FRANCISCO.— Until Apr. 17, I 



Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St., San Francisco (GArfleld 8579). 
Anderson -Haglund, Inc., 2^9 4l8t St, Oakland 11 (OLymplc tlOS). 



14/2/46 



4 0|FUNDS AWARDED 



1 4/2/46 



STREET TmPTS. Est Cost, $241,572 2 P^ M-. bids wiU be received by thelB,Ds WANTED 
SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Until April , gREYBULI.., Big Horn Co. 



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NATURAL GAS h now working 



19, 5 P. M., bids will be received by I street improvements, incl. grading 
the City of Sacramento, City Hall, j and paving, curbs and gutters. 



it «241572 2 P. M., bids will De receivea oy me IbIDS WANTED /* « 

Wvo U. S. Treasury Dept, 821 Market St. I kp^MMLING, Colo. -Until April I fOr VOU Ut nCW 

". grading ' under Imv. SF-2901-46 for markmg 23, 2 P. M., bids will be received by I •' -^ 



Sacramento, for improvement of H Owner — Town of Greybull, Geo 
Street from Monterey Terrace to 53rd 1 Clark, Town Treasurer 
Street 



hatchets,! fob San Francisco 



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Work involves: 

( 1 1 402 c.y. excav. and grading ; 
(2) 15 c.y. fill gradmg; 



i the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, i 

' Denver, Colo., under Spec. 1270 for j 

** • furnishing and delivering f.o.b. cars i 

at the shipping point or f.o.b. cars at > 



4/2/46 

Engineer— T. H. Baldwin, Cheyenne B'DS WANTED _ r-t— -o r 

, The Bureau of Community Facili- i PH:(^ENIX, Ariz.— UnU April 15, 2 Kremmling and Loveland, Colo., one 
.ties FWA 2223 Fulton St. Berke- ' P- M.,» bids will be received by the,^, 200-kv-a., 66,000 to 2400/7200-14,- 
i ley,' Calif., has awarded funds in the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, ^^f^y®^ i 400-volt, single-phase, 60-cycle, oll- 
! amount of $8,705 to assist in prep- Colo., under Inv. 7237-A-l for 115,000 . jj^jj^g^sed. uelf -cooled, outdoor type 

aration of plans. 



COST 



^^ 







FOR MIXING AND HOISTING CONCRETE 

All op)erations under complete control of one 
man, giving continuous delivery of thoroughly 
mixed concrete of required strength and work- 
ability. 

MOBILE 

MOVES AND LOADS 



4/2/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Until April 
19, 5 P. M., bids will be received by 
the City of Sacramento, City Hall, 
Sacramento, for Improvement of al- 
ley between U and V Sts., from 22nd 
to 23rd Streets. 

Work involves : 

(1) remove 70 l.f. hedge; 

(2) 176 c.y. excav. and grading; 

(3) 13 c.y. fill grading; 



lin. ft 5/16-mch diameter, 3-wire gal- transformer for use as a spare at 

' vanlzed wll-e strand, etc., f.o.b. ship- : ^he Shadow Mountain, Troublesome, 1 

ping point and/or Phoenix, Ariz., and/ 1 Qranby or Hot Sulpher Springs sub- : 

4 or points between Phoenix and Tuc- ; stations ; two (2) 2400-volt 72-kv-a., < 

'son, Ariz. j single-phase, 60-cycle, oil-immersed, , 

I automatic, induction voltage regula- ; 
•• 40 ; tors, suitable for outdoor service, for 
i Estes construction subststlon; two 



4/2/46 

' ^'a°^^SS5ISo. N M.-UnUl April ; (2) 157-^ ^-P^t i 

15, 2 P. M.. bids will be "-eceived by [p;^|'«J57 • construcUon sub- 

ithe u. s- «"«•«»" ,°^^^^^^^g?\"?„";,s^^^^^^^ 

' Denver, Colo., under Inv. C-8562-A for ; single-throw, outdoor type oU j 

13,000 suspension type, high -voltage , ^^PfJ^ brokers foi^ Estes construe- ' 



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— „ „. insulators f.oJb. shipping point and/or ,-.^^-^^^^^^^.^^. ^^^^^ ^g^ 5000-volt- 

(4) 1 manhole reconstruct to grade; Alamogordo. N. M, ' 

(5) place 2 gutter drains. No 11; 
<6) 12 l.f. 6-ln. VI sewer pipe; 

(7) place 96 l.f. con<* curtain wall; 

(8) 16%x6x"20-ft expansion joint; 

(9) 120 c.y. Class D concrete pave- 
ment, early hsirdening. 



SCOOP 

SCOOPS . . . LIFTS . . 



BUGGYMOBILE 

POWERED CONCRETE BUGGY 

MIJX^ERMOBILE 

PORTABLE gONCRETE AND ELEVATING PLANT 
' For Complete Information Call 

RHODES & JAMIESON, Ltd. 

BUILDING MATERIALS • READY MIXED CONCRETE 



' 4/2/46 

BIDS WANTED j 

i MEDICINE BOW, Wyo.— Until Apr. I 
15, 2 P. M., bids will be received by • 
I the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, 
Specifications' obtainable from the Denver, Colo., under Inv. C-22,349-B , 
above office. ' for 1000 suspension type high-voltage I 

I Insulators, f.o.b. shipping point and/ 

4/2/46 • • 4 ' or Medicine Bow, Wyo. 

BIDS WANTED ! 

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.— UnUl 
April 25, 2 P. M., bids will be re-i4/2/4<> 



Classified Advertising 




HELP WANTED 



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LUMBER YARD FOREMAN and 
ASSISTANT MANAGER Must be 
IDS WANTfeu „ i experienced. Ex-serviceman prefer- 

ways, G. T. McCoy, State Highway, BRUSH, Colo.— Until April 15. 2 , ^| ^^^^ opportunity for advance- 
Engineer, State Bldg., Los Angeles, ; P. M., bids will be received by the j ^^^^ Phone YUkon 1372. 



celved by the State Division of High- ! BIDS WANTED 



Foot of 23rcl AvenHc 



OAKLAND KEII09 3-5225 



for about 2.3 miles resurfacmg with ; U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, 
plant mix surfacing and widening : Colo., under Inv. F-46,145-A for 16,000 j 
shoulders with Imported borrow smd suspension type high-voltage insula- , 
applying bituminous surface treat- , tors, f.o.b. shipping point and/or I 
ment thereto between Los Patos Ave. Brush, Sterling and Holyoke, Colo, 

In Sunset Beach and 2nd St., Seal I 

Beach, Orange County. 4/2/46 ** 

Work Involves: I BIDS POSTPONED »_,,,-- 

(1) 4,500 tons Import borroy; DENVER, Colo.— Until April 15, 2 

(2) 250 tons liq. asph. SC-3 bit. surf. 'p. M. (postponed from April 3), bids 
treatment ; will be received by the U. S. Bureau 

(3) 30,000 s.y. prepare, mix and shape of Reclamation, Denver 2, Colo., un- 
surf., bit surf, treat; jder Inv. A-20.413-B for 13 each 200,- 

(4) 7,300 tcps plans mix surf., base,ooo-lb. compression testing machines, 
; course; ! f.o.b. shipping point and/or (one to 

(5) 2,500 tons plant mix surf., surf. | each of the following destmatlons) : 

course; i McCook, Neb.; Billings Mont Bls- 

(6) 55 tons rock dust; mark. N. D.; Hot Springs, S. D.; 

(7) 23 tons asph. paint binder. Thermopolls. Wyo.; Coachella. CaUf.; 
Specifications obtainable from the'^cAllen, Texas; Monte Vista, Colo. ; 

office of the State Highway Engl- Kingman, Ariz.; Idaho Falls, Idaho; 

neer, Public Works Building, Sacra - ■' 

mento. 



(to 4/4/46) 



POSmON WANTED 



QUANTITY SURVEYOR, AR CH , 
DRAWING, ESTIMATING. FIELD 
SUPERVISION. Have 20 yrs. exp. ; } 
want connection w^lth contractor, > 
painting contractor or home builder j 
in San Francisco. Phone JU. 4-2499 ■ 
or reply Box 43, c/o Dally Pacific ; 
Builder. 




4 U 



Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



4/2/46 

BIDS WAtJTED 14/2/46 

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Cal— UnUl 3,05 WANTED 
April 25, 2 P. M., bids will be re- 
ceived by the State Division of Hlgh- 
wavs, G. T. MCCoy. State Highway 
Engineer, State Bldg., Los Angeles, 
for about 10.4 miles surfactog with 



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LOVELAND, Colo.— UnUl April 18. 
2PM bids will be received by the 
IT S Bureau of ReclamaUon, Denver, 
Colo:, under Spec. 1268 for furnishing 
_. . and delivering f.o.b. cars at the ship- 

road mix surfacing and applytog seal ■ pj^g point or f.o.b. cars at Levelled 

coat thereto between 6 mlleseast of golo., at the oP"°° °' JJ* ^l^'*?' °?; 

— 09,000-volt, 800-ampere, 3-poie, 



Desert Center and Hopkins Well, In 
Riverside County. 
Work involves : 
j (1) 13,400 c.y. min. agg.. road mix 
I surf. ; 
' (2) 1,135 tons liq. aaph., SC-3 or -4 

road mix suriF. : 
j (3) 10.5 miles mix and compact road 
I mix surf.; 

! (4) 165 tons asph. emulsion, prime 
coat and seal coat; 
Specifications obtainable from the 
office of the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public Works Buildfhg, Sacra- 
mento 



ilnele-throw, outdoor type power clr- 
eui tbreaker with automatic reclos- 
toe equipment. The apparatus will be 
installed by the government. No 
charge for copies of the sp^lcationa 
to prospective bona fide bidders; to 
others. 10.75, n ot return able 

4/2/46 ••43 

PLANT BOISE PROJECT, Idaho.— 
UntU May 2. 2 P. M^ bide will ba 
received at the office of the Bureau 



FOR SALE 



coj^TrtACTORsns u R pcur 

EQUIPMENT 
TRUCK CRANE. P & H TRENCH- 
ER, COMPRESSORS, two 30 CATS. 
LO(5GING DOLLY. GAS TRUCK, 
PLASTER MIXER, etc. McQuIre * 
Hester, 796— 66th Avenue. Oakland; 
■Phone TRinldad 7676. (to 4/12/46) 



PIPE 

PIPE - VALVES - FITTINGS 

FaeiUtica for pip« bendinf 
and manaitflds 



WHte for PrI 



Facific Pipe Co. 

IM Sp«uvSU Sui Francttc* 



With the new low Natural Gas rates in eflfea you 
should plan to trsodernize or build a new home 
for the fullest use of gas appliances for modem 
living. You can |>ut in a larger water heater— 
of 30 or 40 gallon storage capacity. \bu can 
modernize your kitchen with a new automatic 
Gas Range and a dependable, quiet, carefree 
Gas Refrigerator. And you can have Gas heat 
at low cost from a modem, blower-type fur- 
nace. You'll be pleased when you learn how 
little the operating costs of modem gas appli- 
ances are undef the new, low Natural Gas 
rates. Come in and ask about average monthly 
operating costs. 

%9k yovr dmolf or 



»ACiriC SAS AII«^iiiCfll« COMPAMT 



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CtMitracli^ 



Applic&Hdii 

6AN FRANCISCO 

AlrfTElB dance studio, |21,000; 625 
■utter St; owner, U and Barbara 
Richards, 1266 Waibipgtoa Street; 
contractor, R S Silrerberg, 753 
Larch fit. , , ^ i»« , 

F[*A.TS. four 2-8tdit tnxnii flOfiOO 
eaob; NB 19tli Are |uid Pacheco^ 
B 19th Ave 25. 60, T5 If P9;Checo; 
owner, E and Dorothj Mancuso. 
fr Urbano Dr; contractor. Pacific 
Coast C<mBtr Co, 1500 Jud&h ipt 

DWEUUNG. . 1-story flraaae, fOSM; 
NW Cor Aufuata and Blmlra; own- 
er, H and K Papp««, 1860 Bayshore 
Bird; contractor, O O Bendon, 2195 
t2nd Are. 

FUkTS, 2-8tory frame, |0200; B 48th 
Ave 75 Etouth Judah; owner, Atlas 
Realty Co, 1500 Judah; contractor, 
Pacific CocMt Constr Co, 1500 Ju- 
dah St. 

FLATS, three 2-8tory frame. $9200 
each; SB 4Sth Are and Judah; £ 
48th Ave 25, 50 S Judah; owner, 
Atlas Realty Co. 1500 Judah; con- 
tractor, Pacific Coast Constr Co, 
1500 Judah St 

DWBIX.1NQS, four 1-story fr. $6500 
each; W 20th Ave 200, 225 N Quin- 
tara; E 20th Ave 250. 275 South 
Pacheco; owner and builder, A J 



1900; 818 Washington St: owner, FLATS (2-8tory lO-room), $10,800; guel Way ; owner. A W Wagner Jr ; 




TUESDAY, APRIL Z. IV46 



^rn 




C C Dong. 

COVER front and back wills of a 
dwelling with asbestos siding shin- 
gles. $535; owner, Albert J CuUl- 
gan; contractor, United Roofing ft 
Siding Co. 2906 Mission St 

ALTER partitions, instafl acous- 
tical celling amd lighting of office, 
|!iOOO; 417 Montgomery St; owner. 
EJoctrux Corp; oon tractor. Joe L 
Skmes. 752 Folsom St 

ADt) room to residence, flOOO; 2260 
Geary 9t; owner, Mrs J LAbbiurA; 
contractor, Geo T Robinson, 48 
Mila n Terrace. 

DWELLINGS, threet l-etory frame. 
<9000 each; B Juttin Dr 86. 112. 
138 NE Alemanr Blvd; owner, U 
Barber & Son, 280 Justin D^; plana 
by owner. 

REPAIR ceilings and roof of dwell- 
Ing, 13000; 800 Terba Buena Are; 
own^r. W J Ani^eraoo; contractor, 
A46lph Anderson. 230 Uazelwood. 

STUCCO front of flats and store, 
8»)0; 8925 24th St; owner. M A 
Menarini; contractor, O PoUdoro 
Co, 1360 Green St 

REMOVE brick partitions and, pro- 
vide stlAnb etc, for dept store, |lO,- 
000; 1837 Polk St; oHwner, Miller; 
architect, Silvio L Barovetto, 820% 
Eye St, Sacramento ; contractor. 
Erbentraut Sc Summers, 446 6th St 
A^PRIL 1, 1946 

ALTER partitions, basement first 
floor and mezzanine floor of of- 
fice bldg^ $1000; SW Cor Sutter 
and Montgomery Sts; owner. Dean 
Witter & Co; architect. Kent and 
Hass, Underwood Bldg; contrac- 
tor. Oostlund & Johnson, 1901 Bry- 
ant Street 



Herzlg, 3200 Ocean Ave- 



2512-14 8th Ave; owner, Domar In- 
vestment Co; builder, Phil Heraty, 
3625 MacArthur Blvd. 

FLATS (2-story 10- room), $10,500; 
2518-20 8th Ave; ow^er, Domar In- 
vestment Co; builder, PhU Heraty, 
3625 MacArthur Blvd. 

FLATS {2-story 10-room), $10,000: 
2542-44 8th Ave; owne^ Domar In- 
vestment Co; builder. Kill Heraty, 
8625 MacArthur Blvd. 

FLATS (2-8tory 10-room), $10,500; 
2548-50 8th Ave; owner, Oomar Xn- 
T#s tment Co; bunder, Phil Heraty, 
3«25 Ma^rthur Blvd. 

APARTMENTS (2-Btory 20-room), 
$20,000; 2520-22-34-26 Montana St; 
owner, Nancy If Grady. $419 Suter 
3t; huilder, Edward F Grady, 8419 
SUtet St 

D^JOCLLING (l-8tOi7 6-room), $0800; 
a^ Purtrl^ge Aye; owner. P T 
Walker. 1239 ISth Ave; builder, 
tVacker Construction Co, 1289 litb 

ALTERATIONS, $730; lOW 8rd St; 

owaer, Ed Kenealey^ 1085 8rd St; 

builder. Jack Reno. 4172 Broadway. 
ALT8R AND REPAIR, $790; 888 

105tix Ave; owner and buUder, 8 

Glorannelli, 401 105th Are. 
ADDITION. $7«0; 3342 Kansas St; 

owner, Gabriel M^rclsl. premises; 

builder, Charles M Maurer, 8063 

^ftniMW St. 
BRIDGE. $600; 6940 Thomhlll Dr; 

owner. Frank H Bowles Jr; builder. 

Lester O Peterson. 3626 Rhoda Ava 
ELECTRIC SIGN, |700 ; 1200 Clay St ; 

owner. Best Music Co. premises; 

builder. Spott Electrical Co, 576 

22nd St 



contractor. Peace Bros, 1028 58th. 



SAN BRUNO 



40th Ave 150 3 Kirkham; owner 
and builder. Herbert Crocker, 682 
Market St 

DWELLINGS, five 1-story fr, $6000 
each; SW 11th Ave and Ortega; 
W nth Ave 25, 50, 75. 100 South 
Ortega; owner, Heyman Homes. 
il38 Geary Blvd; contractor. Hey- 
man Bros. 5128 Geary Blvd. 

DWELLING, 1 -story frame, $6000; 
W Vienna 125 S Brazil; owner, S 
Campus, 674 Vienna; contractor, 
A Midile, 954 Brunswick. 

DWELLING, 1 -story frame, $6000; 
NW Rutland and Tucker; owner, 
Carl Rime, 521 -A 2nd Ave 



BERKELEY 



DWELLINGS four l-sto"^ fr 85- STUCCO exterior of residence. $2000; 
DWELLINGS, four 1 story ir. fo. ^^^ Puiton St; owner. Archbishop 

of S F; contractor. Frank Connell. 
275 Diamond St 



175 S Irving St ; owner. Sala and ! 

Corbell ; contractor. Corbell Realty | ^ ^ . ■ . r»«,K«. «.«m*, •>«♦>, 

r-r. ST^ Trvino- «5t | ROOF, $900; 2716 Derby; owner, 20th 

D^V^LINGS eight 1-story frame,! Century Women's Club. 1716 Derby; 
$^ eac? ; E f?ewharsi>24. 49! buUder Atlas Roofing, 5000 B 14th 
74. 99. 124, 149. 174, 199 N Topeka; St, Oakland, 
owner and builder, G Carraro and 
Sons, 700 Felton St 

SEIRVICE station, steel frame, $8,- 
000; SB Cor Ocean Ave and Onon- 
daga; owner, Hancock Oil Co; 
plans by H T Gettina Co, 235 Bay 
Shore Blvd ; contractor, Aetna Con- 
struction Co, 1730 24th Ave. 



600 each; S Los Palmor 603, 790. 

829. 866 W Lulu Alley; owner and 

builder. Andre Thorsen, 53 Danton. 
DWELLINGS, two 1-story fr, $5,- 

SOO each ; E Prague 100, 126 North 

Russia; owner amd builder, B C 

Hoecker, 371 Prague St 
DWELLING. 1-story frsLme, $5400; 

W 89th Ave 75 N Irvtog ; owner, , 



SHOP, $13,000; 928 Gilman; owner, 
Fred Walker, 436 Pullman, Rich- 
mond; builder, C Overaa, 2005 
Roosevelt, Richmond. 

ADD AND ALTER. $12,000; 162 Pan- 
oramic Way; owner and builder, 
Dr D A MacFarlane, 162 Panoramic 
Way; architect, Howard Malse, 71 
Panoramic Way. 

ALTERATIONS, $600; 2822 Garber; 
owner, Eva Blanchard, 2822 Garber ; 
builder. A W Sorenson. 1622 Buena 
Ave. 

ALTERATIONS, $2000; 3009 Russell 
St; owner, St Clement's Episcopal 
Church, 3009 Russell; builder, Carl 
Franzen, 158 Santa Clara Ave, Oak- 
land ; plans by N G Baumann. 



DWELLING (stucco), $5900; T48 Elm 

Ave; owner. „ ; builder, R De- 

lucchi, 420 San Mateo Ava 

DWELLING (stucco), $5009; TSfl Elm 

Ave; owner, ; builder, R De- 

lucchl, 420 San Mateo Ava 

GARAGE. $15,000; 655 El Camlno 
Hsal; owner, Tom Chapman, San 
Bruno; builder, Geo WllU«ms Co, 
10 California Dr. Burllngame.. 

DWELLING (stucco). $5800; TBO Elm 

Ave; owner, ,«_; builder. R De- 

lucchi. 420 San Mateo Ara 



PALO ALTO 



OAKLAND 



Irving St 

DWELUiNG, 1-story frame, $5250; 
E Justin Drive 50 NE Alemany; 
owner and builder, H Barber and 
Son, 280 Justin Dr. 

ALTER doctor's office, $3500; 2299 
Sutter St; owner, Dr Craig Mor- 
ris, prem; contractor, Nunn Imp 
Co, 860 Oak St 

ALTER dwelling. $2564; 635 Joost; 
owner, aMrian Roth, prem; con- 
tractor, E Solhelm, 670 40th Ave. 

ALTER flats. $2500; 183 Greenwich; 
owner, A J Abballo, premises. 

ALTER flats, $2000; 290-2 Guerrero; 
owner, Helen Caputo, 131 Newman. 

ALTER dwelling, $1900; 418 Banke 



GARAGE and mazzaine and remodel 
store front of drug store, $4445; 
4494 Mission St; owner. Central 
Drug Co; contractor. Regal Mfg 
Co, 1310 Fulton St 
EXTEND foundations above present 
r^laT Corbell" 823 ^tVTnV Sti^T' I grade of dwelling, $500; 34 Shore ] DWELLING (5-room). $6000; 232 Ac 
^o^tra^ctS^cfr'beTR^SIu; Sl^lk] ^^.-ner.^i^H %^^,: T.k ^^ = -?,T. ^^l^""^^'' ^°^^° ^* 

Clement St ^ ^ . ^ .. 

ADD one-story to present 2^tory owner and builder, Moore « Rob- 

bldg $15,000; 1516 Folsom STfown- ^rts, 633 Mission St, San Francisco, 

er. ETGO Corp; architect, Wellon DEMOLISH, $500; 2840 Claremont 
Smith, 1045 Sansome St ; engineer, ■ giyd ; owner, John Rossi. 8030 Re- 

L H Nlshklan, 1045 Brannan St; gent; demolisher, V N Jensen. 678 

contractor, Barrett & Hilp 918 Har- Joaquin Ave, San Leandro ; archi- 

rison St. tect. D P Smith, 68 Sutter St, San 

RE-ARRANGE partitions on second Francisco. 

floor to form two apts with of- ALTERATIONS, $828 ; 2390 Prospect ; 

flees in front of bldg and stucco owner, Nicholas Johnston. 1101 Bu- 

upper half ot store front. $5000; ^lid; builder. Imperial Engineering 

4507 Mission St ;' owner. Mrs Jose- (^q^ 2356 San Pablo, 

phine Keane; plans by builder; ALTERATIONS, $500; 477 Arlington; 

contractor, Bosnoe Constr Co, 4666 owner and builder, Geo D Whittle, 

roiiiUK .xwv ••j.o *.»*x*«, Mission St ,„, 477 Arlington, 

at owner F^' Bande'm. nremises OFFICE bldg. two-story frame, $21- t ALTERATIONS, $1500; 2100 Ward; 
SAtrlctor, ?^a?uso SbllS^om: 1 460 ; N McLea Court 85 E 9th St ; owner. Van Winckle, 2777 Shattuck ; 

ALTER flats. $1000; 942 Clayton St; I <'^«rJ^^^*fLLf''l KwfS 85 
owner. John Kazanjlan, premises;! archlt^t Hertska & ^!l^«fj_r 
contractor. Scott & Williams, 250 Post St; contra^or, Rademann 

Glusto, 40 Rlngold St , 

MOVE office to new location Mid 

construct shed. $5000; end Plet 92; 

owner, J D Packing Co; contnic- 

tor, Wellnltz & DeNarde, 316 6th. 
REARRANGE partitions, etc., of 

service bar, 447 Powell St; owner. 

Yankee Doodle Bar; contractor. 

Wellnitz & DeNarde, 316 6th St 
ALTER and add two bedrooms, ga- 
rage and living room to dwelling. 

12500; 640 University; owner. S J 

Koralewski; architect Clarence M 

Baker; contractor, owner. 
INSTALL glas front, bulkheads, 

concrete, etc., to photography shop 

$1000; 137 Kearny St; owner, Brady 



RESIDENCE AND GARAOB. $18,- 
000; 441 Newell Rd; owner. J H 
McClaln, 299 Tennyson Ave. build- 
er. W P Goodenough. 49 Wrils Ava 

ALTER BUILDING. $1000; 511 Alma 
St ; owner. Dr A Hampton ; builder, 
Nichols A White, ISA University 
Ave; architect, L I Nichols, 156 
University Ave. 

BUILDING (1-story, type ih .$18.000 ; 
2233 El Camlno Real ; owner, Gran- 
ville & Edna Wood, 2000 Bl Camlno 
Real : builder, W P Goodenough, 49 
Wells Ave ; plans by W F Hempel, 
514 Bryant St 

ALTER BUILDING. flOOO; 529 Ra- 
mona St ; owners, M E Hughes and 
E J Kennedy. 332 Forest Ave ; build- 
er, W P Goodenough, 49 Wells Ava 

BUILDING (1 -story, type 3). $4500; 
541 Bryant St ; owner, Paul Hansen, 
1006 Forest Ave ; builder, Nichols & 
White, 156 University Ave. 

RESIDENCE AND GARAGE, $14,- 
000; 444 Southampton; owner, J A 
Aplln, San Pedro; builder, W P 
Goodenough, 49 W^lls Ava 

ADD TO RESIDENCE, $1000; 111 
Pitman Ave; owner, W L Felt; 
builder, W P Goodenough, 49 Wells. 

BUILDING (l-story, type 3), $20,- 
000; 440 California Ave; owners, 
Granville and Edna Wood ; builder, 
W P Goodenough, 49 WeUs Ave; 
W F Hemoel, 514 Bryant St 

BUILDING (1-story, type 3), $10,- 
000 ; 775 Alma St ; owners, A L and 
C A Atwater, 1184 Hamilton Ave; 
builder, W P Goodenough, 49 Wella 

ALTER RESIDENCE, |lfl00: 660 
Coleridge Ave; owner, Fenton 
Kaufman, San Francisco; builder, 
Aro & Okerman, Box 433, Palo Alto. 

GARAGE, $2000; 152 Seale Ave; own- 
er, A L Dom ; builder, W P Good- 
enough, 49 Wells Ave. 

ALTER BUILDING. $5000; 483 Em- 
erson St; owner, W D Wesson, 151 
vldson. 2336 Banor. Lincoln Ave ; builder, W P Good- 

ALTERATIONS, $1000; 124^ Fifth; enough, 49 Wells Ave. ^^ 

- - ALTBR RESIDENCE, $2000; 3020 

Webster St; owner, D B Haight; 
builder, Nichols & White, 156 Uni- 
versity Ave. 

ALTER RESIDENCE. $400; 567 Lin- 
coln Ave; owners, Andrew and 
Mary Aro ; builder, Aro & Okerman. 



8865 Greenwood Ave; owner, J K 
Gunter; dealer, Alsuldin Heating; 3 
gas outlets. 

2367 San Pablo Ave; owner. Owl 
Cafe; dealer, T L Morrill; 7 fixtures. 

628 12th St; owner. Wolf; dealer, 
J R Pierce ; 3 fixtures ; 3 gas outlets. 

1648 16th St; owner, Oakland Lan^^ 
Works ; dealer, M Maiollno ; 8 flxturee 

264 Monte Vista Ave; owner, Gari* 
sop; dealer, J R Pierce; 4 fixtures. 

8212 E 14th St ; owner, Jean Maters, 
Inc, dealer, J R Pierce; 3 gat outleta 

92nd and San Leandro Bltd; vwuer, 
Pacific Pumping Co; dealer, W B 
Picard ; 9 fixtures. 

Grand and Buclid Area; owner, 

Foster Wedu; dealer, W H Pleard; 
20 fixtures. 

Hobart and Broadw^; owner, Nor- 
man OgilvU ; dealer. W H Plbard ; 3$ 
fixtures. 

2717 EUth 3t; owner, Ben Kemper; 
dealer, ^en Kemperj 3 gas ouUeta 

1455 8th St; owner, Williams; deal- 
er, John Neal; 4 fixtures; 4 gas out* 

1089 8rd St; owner. Pacific CheeM 
Co; dealer, Frank Plaineo; « flx- 
turee 2 gas outlets. 

1946 11th Ave ; owner. Wta Buchan- 
an; dealer, B J Hoerst; 1 fixture. 

3258 Kansas St; owner. N B Irvlat 
dealer. E J Hoerst; 1 fixture. 

9424 D It; owner, Pulliam; dealer, 
Flnsel; 5 fixtures; 3 gas outlets. 

1947 81st Ave; owner, H Pulliam ; 
dealer, Flnsel; 5 fixtures; $ gas out- 
lets. 

9706 D St; owner, Puuliam; dealer, 

Finiel; 5 fixtures; 3 gas outlets. 

9430 D St; owner. Pulliam; dealer, 
Finzel; 6 fixtures; 3 gas outlets. 

1817 Rosecrest Ave; owner. Taylor; 
dealer, P Barbln ; 1 fixture. 



FariKe Penfeits 



^1" 



OAKLAND 



350 50th St; owner, Otlovlch; deal- 
er. Atlas Heating ; central f umaca 

2^60 Morcom; owner. Van Nes 
dealer. Harer Furnace; central fur- 

371 98th Ave; owner, Mrs Rlckos; 
dealer. Walter Mork; floor fmnace. 

3475 Lynde St; owner an^rdealer, 
A J Mecedo ; floor furnace. »■ 



8AN MATEO COUNTY 



— ( 

Mar. 25. 1946— Lots 14. 15 and 19, 
Bloc k6. Redwood iVlla. Tract 
Henry V Cowan to whom It may 
oomcem.^-, Mar. 35. 1946 1 

Mar. 25. 1944— Lot 21. Block 6, North 
Redwood. Harry L Heiherg, et al. 

to whom It may concern ...«» 

, Mar. 23. 1948 

Mar. 25. 1946— Ptn LoU 9 and 10. 
Block 31, White Oaks. Ranto Alee- 
sandri, et al, to whom it may 
concern Mmt. 90. 1946 

Mar. 25, 194$— Lots 11 and 12, Block 
1, North Redwood. M K WMght. 
et al, to L Bleily„.„ Mar. 20, 1946 

Mar. 25. 194$— San Cazjoa. Southern 

Pacific Co to J C aBteman 

^ ^ lli^r H. 194i 

Mar. 2^ 19^-1280 Whipple ' Boad. 
Fenton J Zelmer Jr to Hans P 
Dobkowltl , ■ Mar. 36. 1946 

Mar. 26. 1946— Pta Lots 35 and 3$, 
Blcttk 18. Baywood. Gunnar Kllnt 

to whom k may concern^ 

Mar. 36, 1»4« 



contractor, F H Tattenham; aJtera- 
tions. 

517 62 1st St ; owner. Mejreni ; con- 
tractor. Crown Electric; 8 outlets; t 
swltchea 

61S-22 Various locations and own- 
ers: contractor. QRS Neon Co; signs 

533 E St Charles 900 S Alemany; 
owner. Sterling Bldg Co; contractor. 
Arc Elec Co; - — 

524 140 Cotter St; o-wner. G Gee- 
glan; contractor. Arc Elec Co; 19 

ouUets; 10. switches; 14 plnga. 

525 233 Downey St; ownec Fra»- 
cisca; contractor. Arc Elec Go; MX 
outleU; 4 awttchea; 4 pluga. 

526 414 Grant Are; owner. Knbla- 
Kattn; contractor, M Schlmetaehtl»; 
1 |»lag; motora 

537 1488 S4th Ave; owner. Altaaa; 
coBtractor. Bylngton Elec; 

528 46 Darren PI; ownet, Ltqr 
coin: contractor, Bylngton Blee;'! 
outlets; $ awttchee; 4 pluga 

539 S3 Post St; owner.. Ocange 
Bowl; contraetor, Bylngton BleotrSe; 
alteratlona 

530 1647-B Poet St; owner. Har- 
vey; contractor, Bylngton BleeCne; 
alterationa 

531 1921-23 Bills St; owner. WhlU: 
contractor. Bylngton Blec; 3 eatlets; 



_ _— Lot 18, Block 36, San Mateo 

Terrace George A Gregory to 

Peninsula Home Builder^. __ .. . 

, Mar. 22, 1H% , , ., 

Mar. 26, 194tt— Lots 9 and 10, Block 4 swltdk^: 8 plnga 

29. San Mateo Terrace. George I 532 167 Ellington Ave; owaer, ...; 

Rachmacher, et al. to Peninsula Vcontractor, Crwln W Culver: serrlce. 

Home Builders JCar. 25. 1946 j 533 3434 Irving St; owner. 

Mar. 26, 1946— Lots 4 and 5 on N icontrabtor. Meyer Levin; 8 eiiCSets; 



BIdorado St between Indiana and 
Santa In#» Ave. Henry Volker, 
et al, to whom It may concern — 
Mar. 25, 1946 

Mar. 27, 194i— Lot 9L Subdivision of 
Beresford Park No 3, Behnont 

J O Kolbum to E C Baker 

u .Mar. 26. 1946 

Mar..,27, 1946— Lots 26 and 28, Car- 
melita Mainor near Redwood City. 
Clara Holder to David Holder 



2 swltchea 

534 2640 24th St; owner. Orey 
Cella; contractor, American Btootrte 
Constr Co; aJteratlona 

535 1198 Howard St; owner. Bel 
Bi^>ok Dairy; contractor. Amevleaa 
Elec Constr Co; alterations. 

539 1808 Pulton St; owner. Regal 
Mfg Co; contractor. American Klee 
Constr Co; 18 outlets; 5 pluga 
537 NW Cor Cahf and Battery: 
..Mar. 21, 1946 owner, Cahlll; contractor. f^xitH m 
Mar. 27. 1946— Ptn LoU 1 and 2, & Meqji Co; service. 
Block 7. Nash Tract near Palo 538 2901 Diamond; «^n«^-. "^ 

Alto. A G and Estheij F Frykman of America ; contractor, f a<^"'<) *»*• 

to whom It may concern. 8c Mech Co. 37 outlets: 19 8>Mtches. 

Mar. 27, 1946 16 plugs; service; motors. 

539 1755 Polk St; owner, Droetc s 
contractor, Malm & Welter; 

540 2600 G^arv: owner _ ; eoo- 

tractor. Frank F Goodman; 49 out- 



Mar. 27, 1946— Lot 27. 28, Block 1, 
Bayview Heights, Belmont Louis 

8 Morton to Baker & Morton 

., Jlar. 26, 1946 



Liens Filed 



BUILDIlf G COfCTRACrS 

ALAMEDA COUNTY 



SAN JOSE 



Flood Ava 

ALTER store, $660; 121 New Mont- 
gomery; owner. Bouquet Cohn, 121 
New Montgomery St; contractor. 
Architectural Porcelain Construc- 
tors, Oakland. 

ALTER ap., |650; 849 Corbett Ave; 
owner, M Lenzini, prem; contrac- 
tor, Colonial Bldg Co, 225 Eklna St. 



ItTILDlNG PERMITS 

Granted 



builder, J D Anderson, 485 Stow 

Ave, Oakland. 
DRUG STORE. $20,000; 1849 Solano; 

owner, Stanley Bolton, 1888 Solano; 

builder. Fred D Alexander, 1727 

Franklin St, Oaklemd ; plans by Bob 

Dillon. 
DWELLING (4-room). $3500; 2798 

Shasta Rd ; owners and builders, I 



RESIDENCE, 1 -family, $7000; 1225 
Malone Road; owner and builder. 
F L. Forsyth, 1181 Pine Avenue. 

DWELLINGS, two, 1 -family. 1209 
Malone Road, $8,000; 1217 Malone 
Road, $7,000; owner and builder, 
F L Forsyth, 1181 Pine Aye. 

ALTER buelnes bldg. $2500; 512 W 
Santa Clara St; owner, Nash-Bl- 
glehardt Co; contractor. Lew Jones 
Constr Co, 965 Terra Bella Ave. 

RBSHDENCE. J-family, $6500: 1816 
B San Fernando; o^vmer and con- 
tractor, Frank J Patania, 427% 
Vino St. 



CONTRA COSTA COUNTY 



Recorded Amount 
Mar. 26, 1946— Lots 31 and 32, Her- 
man Addition, Richmond. Tim- 
mons & Berk vs Isabelle M Lock- 
wood, etl 8 $329.00 



Rdfeaseof UeM 



FURNISHING and erecting, structur- 
al steel frame work for addition 
and alterations to Tribune Bldg. 

12th and Franklin Sts. Oakland. 

Ovnoer^Tribune Publishing Co. 

Archltect-E T Foulkes. 357 12th St, ^ONTftA COSTA COUNTY 

Oakland. _ . ^ ... 

^--^'^-.^--^er'^.?,?..''^'^^ ''°' " Recorded 



of Adeline St, Oakland 
, Filed, Mar 29, 1946. Dated. .. 

Monthly payments of w^ 

30 days after completion l»l» 

Cost, $0,137 per lb. based 
on computed weights AI3C Code of 
Standard prices; wlmlt, 40 to 50 daya 
Plans and specifications filed. 



Amount 
.—Lot 108. Moraga Wbodlands. 
Unit No 2, near Orinda Peter 
Sieber to Curley A Wright, also 
known a$ Albert Wright, et aL.. 



lets; 13 switches; 37 plugs. 

641 Laguna Honda Home ; awher. 
City of S F; contractor. K F Good- 
man; 2 outlet*; 2 switches. 

542 199 First St; owne^ Vpjoha 
Co; contractor, Geo F Brayer; sso- 
tors; service. 

543 9 Main St: owner. Edw Kmnp 
Co; contractor. Geo F Brayer; eerv- 
ice; alterationa 

544 939 Larkin »; owner, Oabora 
Machine Co; contractor, Geocga F 

Braver ; service : motors. 

64S 6B0 Montgomery St ; (Mvner, 
Cory A Joslln : contractor, Pred D 
Wilson Co, Inc; , 

546-8 64-66-70 Tioga St; owner. 
Wilder; contractor. Bnreka Bleo; 11 
outlets; 9 switches; 10 pluga 

549 E 17th Ave 200 S Irving 8t ; 
owner. nUlted Housing; contractov. 
Richmond Elec; servlca 

OAKLAND 



EXTENSION OF TIME OF 
BUIIi-DING CONTRACT 



SAn FRANCISCO 



tinasia i«i; "7"'=" _'^t;i' .V""-'*^ ! MORTUARY, $60,000: ^2 S 2nd St; 
C C Sutherland and J W Allen, l!»i ""^^nerknd builder. Rancadore and 
Tamalpals Rd. } Aiarn^A 730 s 2nd St 

GARAGE. $1300; 1114 Amador; own- (^l^gljJ^^^OS^"'^,^^^^^ ^^, gan 
er, M Rouse, 1114 Amador; builder. *'^'' " — 

J C Twelgle, 331 43rd St. Richmond. 

OFFICES. $725,000; 1977 Center; own- 
er. State Farm Mutual Auto In- 
surance Co. Bloomlngton, 111 ; build- 



Fernando; owner and builder, F 
J Patania. 427 % Vine St. 
DUPLEX, $7000; 838-40 Spring St; 
owner and builder, Lewis E Smith, 



;;,' Parker. StettlnsJ. ^^^^%.^^ RESIDEScE.^l-family. $5000: 865 6 
South Park, San Franclnco; plans'" •' - 



SAN FRANCISCO 



MARCH 29, 1946 



Equipment Co, 3275 San Bruno Ave. 
ADD two bedrooms and bath to 
dwelUng, $3000; 2131 35th Avenue; 
owner, J Von Nostiz; architect, c 
W Claudius; contractor, R L Cou- 
DWELLINGS, eight 1 -story frame, .^ jlOO Taraval St. 

85400 ea. ; SW Cor of Ordway and jX^ wood floor- and partition off 

Girard; W Girard St 25. 50, 75, 100, ^^^ ~""' '"**• 

125, 150 S Ordway; owner and 
builder. Geo B Belcher, 3330 San 
Bruno Ave. 
REPAIR and alter dressing rooms, 
kitchen and exits of restaurant, j 
115.000 ; NE Cor Balboa and Great | 
Highway: owner. Beach Enter- i 

prises. Inc ; architect. A R Wil- sTEEL Vrame foundation and slab 
liams; contractor. W C Talt Co. ^^^ g^^^p $1874; E Shotwell 150 N 

• 461 Market St. ' " " *' """ 

ADDN to repair shop. $500; 730 La 
Playa: owner, Whitne's at the 
Beach. 



$1000; 137 I4.earny oi, uwuc», "j^'^^j i by Josepn .fiacncK. i 

& Luhn ; contractor, K Beal Store , q^fiCE, $7800 ; 2123 Addison ; owner, j 



6th St; owner and builder. Floyd 
Merrell. 



EXTENSION. 2-story to warehouse. 

FOURT Hand Madison Sts, Oakland. 

Ownei^We^^tem Pacific Railroad Co. , 

Archltect-Not Given. | 

Contractor-A M Hardy. 736 Clem- 
entina St, San Francisco. _^— . 

Filed. March 29. 1946. l^»^~^;,^g p^iNTING freight claims office de- 

5™* Sfclo8";d' ~'XZi:: 3548.75 panmeat 

n^^^r-tton T ;i,248.76!66 MARKET STREET. 

S« ^ftva iSter "TOmpietion .. 3.248.75 \ O^-ner— Southern Pacific Co. prem. 
86 days '^^^^^^sT. 812S95.OO Contractor-J H Mohr. Inc. 

Bond $12 995 Sureties, Great Amer- ', Specifications filed. March 22, 1946. 

lean Indemnity Co. Limit. June 15, 

1946. Plans and Spec, filed. 



36523 NE Cypress and 13th Bts; 

, $1,866.63 [owner and contractor, Foster ft Klels- 

Mar. 80, 1946— Lot 108, Moraga er Co; 8 outlets; 1 switches ; t fU- 

Woodlands, Unit No 2, near Or- Itures. 
Inda Oliver De SUva to Curley A ! 36524 NE Srd and Adeline St; oera- 

Wright, et aL $306.60 ; er, Rawleigh ; contractor. Mateea Hlea 

'Co; 38 fixtures. 

! 86525 1043 62nd St: owner. Lee; 
contractor. Collins Electric Oe; eot* 
lets; switches: flxturee: plnga 
S6S26 S916 MacArthur Blvd; own- 



NM-RespMsibility 



Electricil f ennk 



i"*^ 



SAN FRANCISCO 



P C Mllla, 2031 Shattuck ; builder, ^ 
W F Farris ; architect, John Huds- 
peth, 391 Fairmount. Oakland. 
FACTORY, $20,000; 2100 Fifth; own- 
er, Roland & Hilton. 695 37th St; 
builder, C H Thrams, 1100 6th Ave; 
^„ ., - ^^ architect Truman Johnson. 449 Mac- 

room In basement. $750; 2031 19th ; ^^hur Blvd West 

Ave; owner. R Reed. .ALTERATIONS, $1400; 659 Ense- 

ALTER third floor of residence. f»,- nada- owner, Duncan, 659 Ense- j " ~" 

006: 2133 Lyon St ; owner.^Drs JJ°^: ^^ji^^;. 3 C Becker, 1457 j DWELLINGS, 11. $J00<> e»^»»:„ lf„^ 



SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 

APARTMENTS, three. $13,000; 600- 
604-608 Pine Terrace; owner and 
builder, A Planca, 609 Pine Terr. 

SAN MATEO COUNTY 

(Unincorporated) 



i 484 501 Potrero Ave ; owner, Petrol 



er. Bourden: contractor. OoUteir 
trie Co; outleta; switches; ftctures; 
plugs. 

39627 6Srd and Lowell Bts; oemer. 
Paper Box Corp; contractor, Oalifor- 
nia Electric; alterations. 
I S6828 NW 41st and Lindea SU; 
owner. General Interiors Co; oootrae- 
\ tor. California Electric Co ; 20 otfUeits ; 
10 switches; 20 fixtures; 19 plage; 
motora 

i 36529 1614 FrankMn St; owner, 
i Rucker-Fuller Co; contractor, CaM- 
jfomia Electric Co; 6 outlets; 9 fix- 
tures. ^ 
36530 2431 Peralta; owner. Keroo 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Jack and Edgar Lazarus : arc hi 
tect Hertzka & Knowles. 85 Post 
St; contractor. Erbentraut & Sum- 
mers, 446 6th St. 



Marin. Albany. 

DUPLEX, $1!),000; 1330-32 California; 
owner ajid builder. Chas Issackson, 
1395 Rose. 

SHOP. $27,500; 830 Bancroft; owner, 
Berkeley Pump Co, 6th and Ban- 
croft: builder, Ensor H Bevel, 2111 
West. 

AUTO SHOP AND SALESROOM, 



15th St; owner, Jo^n Mowat; en- 

eineer. Richard and Russell. 1630 

Webster St. Oakland; contractor, 

, .„, , Mariposa Constr Co. $45,000; 2351-58 Shattuck; owner, 

RESTAURANT. 1 -story fr, $24,- , ^^^jj '^oom to bakery and Hvtog |j ^ „' Patterson, 2354 Shattuck; 
000; NW Cor 26th Ave and Geary; ^rters. $1500; 678 Chenery St; ^ j,^ g^oUe, mc; plans by J J 

owner. C Straub; contractor, Wat- p^^ii^j^j^ 



owner, B Leighton; architect S 
Heiman, 605 Market St; contrac- 
tor. Cramer Co, 345 Vermont St. 

RESIDENCE, 2-story fr, $6000; S 
Kirkham St 107.6 E 28th Avenue ; j 
owner.s. Mr and Mrs F G Des- 
mond; plans by B K Dobkowltz, 
426 Monterey Blvd ; contractor, J 
Newton, 2029 Kirkham St. 

ADAPTING of existing onsite utili- 
ties to relocated bldgs, providing 
walks, yards and landscaping to 
emergency housing; SE comer of 
Judson and Phelan Aves; owner, 
S F Board of Education by S F 
Housing Authority, agent; con- 
tractor, Robt McCarthy, 1363 14th 
Avenue. 

DWELLINGS, two, 1 -story fr. $5750 
each; N Rivera 76. 101 W 20th 
Ave; owner, N W Anderson; con- 
tractor, same. 614 Taraval St. j 

DWELLINGS, six. 1 -story fr. $5400 
each: E 35th Ave 168 N Noriega; 
E 44th Ave 100 S Quntara; E 43i-d 
Ave 150. 175. 200. 225 N Ortega; 
owner and builder. Superior Bldg 
Co, 1496 Noriega St; plans by B K 
Dobkowltz. 425 Monterey Blvd. 

ALTER store into tavern, $9000; 1232 
Noriega St: owner, Mary and Tony 
Bargloni; plans by Ward Thomas. 
Ill New Montgomery Str^contrac- 
tor, A Conrad Johnson, 1294r 32nd 
Avenua \ 

REPAIR fire damage to flats. $917; 
362 Mississippi; owner. J Martlnei 



1 Blk 1, Bay Road; Lots 8, 9. 10, 
11, 12 13. 14, 15, 16 and ptn of 17 
(2) Del Norte Ave, Belle Haven 
City: owner and builder, D D Bo- 
hannon. 
DWELLINGS, la $7000 each; Lot 1 
Blk 5, Ketch Hetchy Way; Lots 
3. 8. 9, 10 and 11 Blk 8; Lots 21, 20. 
19 and 15 Blk 6 Tehama Ave, all 
in Belle Haven City; owner and 
builder D D Bohannon 



Mar 29. 1946—881-883 MARKET St. 
S F H61ding Co as to Improve- 
ments on property. 

Mar 28. 1946-420 SUTTER Street. 
Lewis M Norton as to Improve- 
ments on property. 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



Mar. 29, 1946— Lot 4. Block 2080, 
Map Estate of John Evoy. Oak- 
land. Calif. Isidore and Sophie 
Schonwald as to Improvement* on 
property. 






ter Mfg Co, Belmont 



REDWOOD CITY 



ALTERATIONS, $1000; 1301 Alca- 



ADD ne^ toileTand office to cock |-ViSr^^e^^Ma?ie 0^1^130^1- ADDN ^to bldg, ^^'JH^^^^Z 

tall bar. $2836; 1068 Hyde St«et ™^ ^^^^^^^ ^ ^ ^^^^ ^^ „.,. „„.. ., n.«n.r*l Petro 

owner. Nelson «awk3 : architect. | Richmond. 

R H Bickel. 582 Mar^cet St ' *=°"- ^ SHOP ^^ GARAGE, $7500; 2323 



tractor, Moore & Madsen. 365 Do 
rantes Ave 




San Pablo; ov^-ner, Nick Jacoblttl, 
2437 Tenth; builder. Herman Krusi, 
100 Duncan Way, Oakland. 



field Road; owner. General Petrol 
Co; contractor. J H MoFarland. 
17 Marcella Ave, San Francisco. 
ADN to dwelling. $3000; HM Clinton 
St: owner and builder. F Koyal, 
premises. 



Corp; contractor. Atlas Elec A Eng Nordstrom; contractor, Pacific Ble#> 

Co ; motora. ■ trie Motor Co ; alterations. 

i 485 3rd and Revere Sts ; owner, ; 36531 4047 Sequoyah Rd ; owner. 

Petrol Corp; contractor. Atlas Elec A , Peterbtlt Motors; contractor, Paclfle 
Eng. Co; motors. | Electric Motor Co; alterationa 

486 Mission and Avalon Sts ; own- l 36532 49th Ave and E 12th St ; own- 
er. Petrol Corp; contractor. Atlas ; er, Mor.se Starrett; contratcor, Pa- 
Elec & EnU Co ; motors. '< elf ic Electric Motor ; outlets ; switches 

487 Ullofe and Claremont Sts ; own- fixtures; plugs, 
er. Petrol Corp; contractor. Atlas 1 36533 Railroad and Kennedy; own - 
Elec & Eng Co ; motors. i er. National Auto Fibre ; contractor, 

488 896 Sutter; owner. Pre Tropou- ' Pacific Electric Motor Co; 18 motora 
las; contraictor. Atlas Elec A Eng Co; ; 36534 3098 E 10th St; owner, Nor- 
2 plugs. I ton ; contractor. Pacific Electric lio- 

489 167 Hayes; owner, AAA Ga- i tor Co; 2 pluga 

rage; contractor. Atlas Elec & Eng! 

Co: 3 outlets: 2 switches; 3 plugs, j BERKELEY 

490 323 Geary St; owner, Gunst;. . 

contractor, Galvln Bros ; 3 outlets ; 1 } 34 2315 Shattuck ; owner, B H 
switch; 3 plugs. Hoffman; contractor, Richmond Sign 

Recorded Labor Ceased 491 2070 Bryant; owner, .™ ; Co; sign. 

Mar 25 1946 NW cor Orange and contractor. Enterprise Engine AFoun- j 35 616 San Miguel; owner. Love- 
Greenwood Sts. San Carlos. Irma jdn,-: , [land; contractor. A E Hess; blower. 
Brand to Tom StraneLFeb. 20. 19461 493 645 18th St; owner, Priestley: ; 36 1762 Solano; owner, L Ander- 
ijrana 10 ium p contractor. Associated Elec A Mech son; contractor. El Cerrito Electric; 

Co : ( 4 circuits. 

; owner, R Booth ; 
A Berii; 7 out- 
plugs; 2 olrouits. 
University and Fourth ; owner. 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 



^ |_ j^ lM l2 • *** ^*^^ Octavla ; owner, Herlue A 37 1230 Monterey ; 

COniPiCtlMl IIO1IC6S I Hay Cleaners; contractor, J Phills; j contractor, Timman 

. » 1 1 switch ; 2 plugs ; motors. : lets ; 7 fixtures ; 8 ] 

" ««». J-n\^i^.or^n 493 625 Monterey Blvd ; owner, ; 38 University an< 



SAN FRANCISCO 



„ , , A n/»»T.t Art 'Safeway; contractor, Lee Electric;) ; contractor, Bradshaw Bieetrie 

Recorded Accepiea . ' • \m- i»i«m 

T AVR - _ 1*^0, sign. 



REPAIRS. ,1500; 1536 Hannan; own- ^^^^^^^-^^g^S^ a"^ ^Sly! 

DWELLING and garage. 4-')4-roon^ 
$6000; 426 Sapphire: owner ana 



er, C Wilson, 1536 Harman ; builder, 
J V Adams. 744 65th St. Oakland. 
aT^TERATIONS. $1000; 1431 Broad- i ALTERATIONS, 8875; 2104 Grove; 
way owner, Mr Yost. 1431 Broad- 1 owner, J L Leger, leasee, 1282 ir OAldos 



vatlng Co, 2144 San pablc 

B 2929 Otis St; 



5977 MaJesUc Ave 
REPAIRS, $500; 4039 Magee Ave 
owner and builder, Carl P Relnald 

son, 3623 Magee Ava _ ,^ ^ , , ^ 

AT TTTRATIONS $1000; 1507 Peralta 1 Pablo, Oakland 
sTf^S^^er Tom Bacihe. premises ; j ALTERATIONS, $1100 ; 2765 Doher; 



builder, U S Bulldtog A Modemlx 

Ing Co, 1630 Webster St. ^ 

ALTORATIONS. $2600; 1522 9th St; , 

owner. M Mayes, premises ; builder, 

J V Adams. 744 65th St. 

ALTER TO APT. BUILDING. $4000 



er. S Bright; contractor, Peter sor- 
ensen, 927 Arguello St 



owner, . 2765 Doher; builder, 

J V Adams, 744 65th St, Oakland. 



CITY OF SACRAMENTO 



APT HOUSE, frame amd stucco. $5,- 



1420-26 101st Ave; ovmer and build- j.------^ ^^^^^ ^^ 

er. A Salel, 10035 E 14th St j ^^i^ll^Y^^^ Ferris, Route 2, Box 

DWELLING (l-8tory B-room) $70W. , mma ^ ,4). 

4031 ^^^^^t/"T l^nl SS i DWELLING, ^rame stucco, wood 
builder, Hennlng A Edlund, iw» ^w,^,-. ,« 



7th Ave 
ALTERATIONS, $2000: ««-23 Foot- 
hill Blvd ; owner and builder, Marry 

o«* «..oo.«..Hp. , ^ A Leader. 3148 San PabloAva 

contractor, Ira W Cobum. 2048 ALTER AND REPAIR, $960; 7701 BJ 



Market St 
REPAIR fire damage to dwelling. 

$2500; 1306 Oilman St; owner, Mr 

Alllone; contractor, Ira W Cobum, 

2048 Market St 
DWELLING, 2-8tory frame. $21,000; 

S Pacific Ave 80 E Spruce; owner. 

Richard Walberg; architect, J F 

Ward and John S Bolles; contrac 



14th St; &vraeT and builder, Dunn 

McAdams, 2413 l09th Av^ „ .- . 
STORE (1-story). $«» • »»58 Medf ord 

Ave; owner and builder. Alfred a 

Roach. 991% Medford Ave. 
ALTER AND REPAIR. $1480; 1437 

90th Ave ; owner .H R Jackson, 1437 

90th Ave: builder. J P Ehrman, 

3244 Montana St 



shingle. $8000; 1971 8th Ave. own- 
er, M Brodovsky, 1579 10th Ave; 
contractr. Pred Kaiser, 1211 leth. 
DWELLING, 8-room frame, stucco, 
wood shingle, $7000: 1341 Perkms j 
Way ; owner and builder. O N Has 
let. 2201 9th Ave. 



DWELLING. 5-room. and garage. 
$6000; 1611 Vera; owner and con- 
tractor, H Reeder. 

STORAGE vault, relnf cone, »rf7,- 
000: 900 Spring St; owner. Cani 
Pacific Title Co; contractor. S^o'^® 
Inc, 8451 San Leandro Street uaK- 
land. 

DWELLINGS, two 5-room and ga- 
rage, $5000 ea: 516 and 624 Quartz: 
nwaer, A Flgone; contnictro. Con- 
way A Culllgan, Monadnock Bidg, 
San Francisco. ., ., 

TRIPLEX bldgs, two, $18,000; 4fi-4^ 
45-47-49-51 Duane St; owner w 
Wellbanks; contractor, > M wei- 
banks, 15 Jeter St 



''rz^i>n^^^i»y"?l^^u!: 1 iM «» Ocea. Ave ; owner Pea.... 
seau to whom it may concern 



39 -2026 Virginia; owner, — ; 

Inc; contractor, Tvmnel Electric Co; ! contractor, Bradshow Electric, mrw 



March 29, 1946 
Mar 26, 1946—1122-28 TARgA.VAL 
St. EMouard Oppenheim to Mc- 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



motors. 1 service. 

496 SW cor Van tNess and Clay ; 40 2041 Ashby ; owner, A Pansons ; 

_ _ owner, St Luke's Church ; contractor. '. contractor. Jones Electric ; 17 outlets ; 

Keon'con^r'cV." March"26, i946 j Malm A Welter; 2 plugs. |l5 switches; 17 plugs; 4 circuits; 1 

I 497 937 Post; owner, Antajen In- 'motor. 

jdustriee; Contractor, MaUn A Welter; ! 41 1562 Shattuck; owner, Btarl F 
! 7 outlets. j Donovan ; contractor, PJones ; 4 out- 

498 119 Banks; owner, Mclntlre; nets; 9 switches; 3 flxturee; 8 plugs; 
i contractor, Eureka Electric; altera- new service; 4 circuits. 
'tlona ; 42 3025 Millegase; owner, W D 

499 160 Benton; owner, Pappas;i Morgan ; contractor. Jones Electric; 
'contractor. Eureka Electric; service, 'i outlet; 1 8wlt>ch ; 1 fixture; 9 plugs; 

500 426 Bryant ; owner, H R Bosse ; ] new eenrlce ; 1 circuit 
contractor, Central Electric Co; 19; 4s 1636 Channlng; owner. M B 
outleta; 7 switches; 3 plugs; service; < Grass; contractor, P Jonee; T ftx- 
alterationj|>. ^ ' turee. 

501 2456 Mason; owner, Larson A ■ 44 2031 Ashby; owner. ; eon- 
Larson; contractor. Central Electric ; tractor, Jones Electric; 2 outteU; 7 



Recorded Accepted 
April 1, 1946— Lots 12 to 16, inclu- 
sive; Lots 26-29, inclusive. Tract 
711, Oakland, Calif. Schultz Con- 
struction Co to whom It may con- 
cern Mar. 80, 1946 

April 1. l»4*-2606 99th Ave, Oak- 
land, Calif. Thonoas and Ulisse 
Bevilacqua to whom It may con- : 
cem...--^ M»r. 90 ^946 | 



REMODEL dwelling Into two apts, DWELLING. 6-room. and K*^^; 

$14,000; 715 Arlington St; o^^ner 

and builder, N M Welbanks, 15 



tor. Swinerton & Walberg Co. 225 ' ^.^^ ^quSE. $500; 9800 Lawlor St 



Bush St 

ADDN to rumpus room, maid's rm, 
and install shsower, $1500; 2151 
15th Ave; owner. H L Michaels; 
architect. Bill Huson. 

REPAIR fire damage to dwelling. 
$1000; 2301 25th Ave; owner. Mrs 
Kelly; contractor, Ira W Cobum, 
2048 Market St 

REPAIR fire damage to dwelUng, 
$2500 ; 3814 FuUon St : owner «Ada 
M Martin; contractor, Fred J 
Early. Jr. Co. 369 Pine St. 

SERVICE station, steel frame. $1,- 

"^SO; SE 15th St 86 Guerrero; own- 
er ,Thos J and Alden Howard; 
contractor, Michel A Pfeffer Iron 
Works. 10th and Harrison Sts. 

REMOVE partiUons and paint store 



owner. R Somersett Jr. 7645 77th 
Ave; mover, A Casqulno, 2072 82nd 

Ave 
ALTERATIONS. $900: 32R-30 ISth St; 

owner. Jack Block. 330 ISth St; 

builder. Ben F Kopf, 845 Pacific 

Ave. Alameda. 
STORE (1-stor yconcrete). $13,500; 

3430 Telegraph Ave: owner and 

builder, G E Stall, 1300 Webster St ; 

p^.iM by Leonard H Ford, 1350 Main 

St. vVainut Creek. 
ADDITION (2-story >. $2000; 8509 E 

42th St; oYmer agoid buIldeJ, Gilbert 

G Tavlor, premises. 
ALTERATIONS. $850: 500 Union St; 

owner, John B Lewis, premises; 

builder. Crown Roof Co. 2386 Mar- 
ket St 



$1500; 2307 Q St; owner. J Friccia, 
1419 Q St: contractor. Tom An- 
gello. 

DWELLING. 5-room frame, stucco, 
wood shingle, $6770; 3509 12th Ave; 
owner and builder. Nick A Cherry. 
3401 12th Ave. 

REMODEL dwelling, frame A stuc- 
co, comp roof. $1500; 3008 17th St; 
owner. B L Sharpless. premises; 
contractor. Mike Furtado. 1819 W 

Street 
DWELLING. 4-room frame and rus- 
tic, comp roof. $3900; 3425 Santa 



Jeter St 



PlembSng Permib 



'^k?Jnd**^5'^k'Ses^*SS^li !f outlets; 5 switches; 3 plugs; altera- 'i-tur^l2 p^gs^^ew^ej^ 

'^iLn^'c^S'^r^wii^ jTIo Behr; contjactor. Frank A Kllmm: 

O L HeSnkamp.-!! Mar. 26. 1946 16 Plugsj alterations 

Mar. 29. 1946— Ptn LoU 7 and 8. 



contractor. Atlas Heating; 1 meter. 
46 1612 Hearst; owner, F Abra- 
ham; contractor. Service Heat A 
503 699 Market ; owner, Dr Roes ; I power ; tnm^sf ormer. 
contractor, Frank A Kllnmi; 4 out- | 47 2827 Regent; owner, E Judklns; 
i lets alterations. 1 contractor. Rochester Electric ; 2 oot- 

! 504 304 Davis ; owner. Golden Gate lets ; 2 sw Itches ; 2 fixtures ; 8 P*t*C"/ 
i Sausage Co ; contractor, Frank J new service ; 1 circuit 
«»'«'-6 i i8 796 Cragmont; owner. 



8 ptufSl 

{ 



Moore Co 



BERKELEY 



3141 College; owner, 1— : dealer, 

M J Schmltt ; sprinkler system. 
1825 Channing ; owner, Jas Carmwi ; 
, ^ „^ _ dealer, Berkeley Plumbing; 8 water 
Cruz Way: owner and builder, D closets; wash basin; bath tub; sink; 



Block 9, Map Block 9 and ptn 3 
and 8, Thousand Oaks Helots, 
Berkeley, Calif. John D and Bar- 
bara J Webster, Jr, to WhaUn , ~ it ti 
lJ^2i~liiiP^~^^c^^ ^^^^"^ Mriortocatlons and ^«;j- i contractor, Ro^esUr Electric; S te- 

^^.jaif^cSS^^^^ig^^ ^--/V- ^ Virginia; owner, Beo W 

_Mar. 29, 1946 Pr^^ucts^Co^^si|ns ^^^^^ ^^^^ of j Arnold; contr^tor, Rochester Wec- 

I California; contractor, Ets-Hokln A .trie; 18 outlets; 18 switches; 23 plugs; 

. Galvan ; Service. . ' 6 circulta , » 

Accepted; 508 20 Norwich; owner, Smith Ai 50 2327 Shattuck; owner, J Arm- 
1 — J Bremner ; contractor. Strom A Smith ; j strong ; contractor, Rochester Elec- 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY 5 outlets; 4 switches; 4 pluga :tric; 

CONTRA i^woi/* www ■ 509 33414 Steiner; owner con- [ 51 2108 Addison; o^Tier, Kason- 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Recorded 



Recorded Accepted ; tractor, P A J Electric Co ; 6 outlets ; McDuffle; contractor Rochester Elec 

194e-Lot No. 12. Con^rdls switches; 2 plugs; service. .trie; 1 outlet; 5 fixtures; 5 pluga 



Mar. 26, - ^ 

Heists, near Concord. William E 

Snelson to Elmer Miller. 

..Mar. 25. 1946 



Herrick, 3500 Santa Crus Way. 

GARAGE bldg, cement blocks, comp 

roof, 60x35-ft $6000; 2500 Sutter- 

ville Road; owner, L*© G Leotz; 



Mar. 27, 1946— Lot 5 and ptn Lot 4, 
wash tub- shower 1 Cerrito Park Tract, Bl Cerrtto. 

S24 Blaker«^«, F R Peake; | Wilbur H Asqulth to -«lf--, 
dealer, Shret Plumbing; 5 water cloa^ . 



Mmx. 25.1946 



sets; 5 wash basins; 4 bath tubs; 6 



contractor. F A Hadler. 1418 30th. sinks; wash tub; shower. 
DWELLING. 6-room frame, stucco,! 151J Arch- owner, Prestrude; deal- 
comp roof , $7200 ; 5433 T St ; owner, 1 er, Ehret Plumbing; water closet; 
James E Hafrts. 3000 11th Ave; wash basin; shower, 
contractor, T B Thompson, 1564 i230 Monterey owner, R R Booth: 



Mar. 27. 1946— Lot 17, Block 128, 
Amended Map City of Rl<^mond. 
Alfred C Pretel to R F Johxison 
ASon 



510 1933 Taravkl ; owner, McKeon ; u 2a29 Shattuck ; owner, . 

contractor E^dison Electric ; « out- ; contractor, Rochester Electric ; 1 out- 
lets 8 switches; 3 plugs; service. jlet; 6 fixtures; 16 plugs; 2 motora 

511 sil Irving; owner, Eddy's; 53 2904 San Pablo; owner, ; 

Fruit Sldre- contractor, Edison Elec- ; contractor. White Electric; 1 motor, 
trie motJoKs. i 54 1022 Colusa; owner, ,; con- 

512 S Taraval 107 W 83pd Ave :' tractor, White Electric; 8 ouUets; T 
McKeon ; contractor, Edison switches ; 8 fixtures ; 7 plugs. 



o^ner. 
Electric ; 



56 aOK Blake ; owner. 



con- 



49th St 

DWELLING, 5-room frame, stucco, 
wood shmgle, $6000; 252 San Ml- 



dealer, Timmons A Berk; Co water 
closet; wash basin; bath tub; sink; 
wash tub. 



Mar. 29, 1946— Ptn LoU 15^ 16 and 
21, Rancho Laguna De Los Palos 
Colorados, Lafayetta Jack Lloyd 

to Charles J Krattenmaker. 

Mar. 29, 1946 



513-514 Civic Anditorfnm; owner; tractor. White Electric ; 3 motors. 

^Mar. 26, 1946 i „ „• contractor. C J HolimueUer; . 54 2521 Benvenue ; ownet, L. O 

iLowel, contractor. White Electric; 2 



515 T( samtlton 60 8 Burrows; outlets; 1 switch; 2 ftxtures; 1 pint: 

owner, A Nelson ; contractor, F H new service. 

Tattenham ; 67 1400 Scenic ; owner. Partridge ; 

616 977 LomlATd; owner, StendeU; contractor. White Electric; 8 fbctareai 










\ 




STAT 



Buirney: Carson Estates has do- 
nated a 150 X 800 foot lot for a 
vet*eans memorial hall to be erect- 
ed by the local VFW. 
oOo 

fikn Bafael: Two firms, one a 
■heet metal plant and the other 
gn inlranta we^ manufacturing 
TOa, lure reported as interested 
m^ClMtosy sites here, the chamber 
of commerce announced. 
oOo 

Woodland: At a joint meeting 
of the city council and school trus- 
tees, a site for a veterans housintr 
tract was approved. The lots will 
adjoin the ball park, which fronts 
on -Walnut street, and be available 
only to veterans. 
oOo 

Richmond: The city's present 
zoning ordinance is no longer ade- 
quate, according to Albert C. White 
assistant director of public works. 
White has offered a plan to the 
city council for sui-veying the needs 
of the city. It will require a bud- 
get of $45,000, and six-man staff 
to prepare plans and reports. 
oOo 

Fairfield: Members of the board 
of supervisors and water councils 
of Solano and Yol^o counties have 
declared their unqualified support 
of the promotion of the proposed 
Monticello dam on Putah creek for 
the purpose of irrigation of land 
in Solano county and for flood con- 
trol in Yolo county. 
, oOo 

San Leandro: Negotiations for 
land chosen for the site of the new 
high school have run across sev- 
eral anags as homeowners fought 
the proceedings. Resolutions for 
condemnation proceedings are be- 
ing prepared. 

# 

LADDER SALE COMING 

The War Assets Administration, 
Washington, D. C, has a quantity 
of surplus ladders located in var- 
ious parts of the country, which 
will be offered for sale by regional 
offices, it has announced. 

Ceiling prices have been estab- 
lished for them. Inquiry should be 
made to your local office of the 
WAA. 

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ELECTRICL«U»4S CODE TALK 



^ailg Pacific lluiwer 

LARGEST CONSTRUCTION DAILY IN THE WEST 




CompUto 

Building asd 

Engin^erixtS 

News Service 



mtmmm 



George Kimball, sui>ervi8ing 
electrical engineer of the division 
of industrial safety. State of Cali- 
fornia, will lead discussion tonight 
during the meeting of the Inter- 
national Association of Electrical 
Inspectors, room 228, city hall, 
civic center. The meeiing will be- 
gin at 7:15 p. m. and members, 
associates, and interested members 
of the electrical industry are in- 
vited to attend. The 1946 edition 
of the national electrical code will 
be discussed. 



rrfty>«3t» Ymt-^Vol 56— No. ^ 



SAN FRANCISCO. WEDNESDAY APRii 3. 1946 



PRICE 1 5 CENTS PER CQjY 



Fot fiettej Bmldiiig • . . 

fiustproof Plastic Screeimg Material 



A new home beautifier, tinted 
plastic filament screening is be- 
W introduced this Spring by The 
Frrestone Tire A Rubber Company. 

Made from Velon, a plastic fila- 
ment also bang used in uphol- 
stery, millinery, footwear and fash- 
ionable dresswear, the new screen- 
ing already is in the hands of deal- 
ers and wholesalers throughout the 
country. Production since the end 
of the war has been doubled and 
by midsummer another 100 per 
cent increase in output is expected 
to help fill the demands of the hun- 
dreds of thousands of home-own- 
ers who prefer the beauty and 
economy of Velon plastic screen- 
ing. 

Velon screening will not rust or 
corrode, is stronger than metallic 
screens of similar weave, blocks 
out less light than metallic screen- 
ing, costs no more than bronze or 
copper screening, but it will out- 
last both. 

Introduced on a limited scale 
during the early part of the war 
to civilian consumers, Velon screen- 
ing already has seen three years 
of home service without a com- 
plaint. 

To help combat malaria in trop- 
ical Pacific isles from 1943 to 1945, 
the military services requisitioned 
all proluction of the material and 
used it extensively in ,the humid 
tropics with sudi effectiveness 
that the Surgeon General's office 
attributed a large part of the suc- 
cess of the Army's anti-malaria 
campaign to the ruggedness and 
durability of Veloji screening at 
army outposts. 

No tests could have been more 
severe than this use of screening 
in the blistering, broiling hunaid 
heat near the equator. 

Today, with all production again 
flowing into civilian channels, Ve- 
lon screening is appearing on more 
and more homes, adding beauty 
with its soft tone tint. 

The advantages of Velon screen- 
ing are many. Because it will not 
rust or corrode, no ugly streaks 
will stain screen frame or wood- 
work. Because Velon plastic is 
impervious to salt air, acids or 
alkalis, as well as sun, heat and 
moisture, Velon screening will not 
deteriorate and will give longer 
service than metallic screening. 



Because the color tint is inte- 
grated with the molecules that 
n^ake up the plastic, it will Bot 



Underwater Tubes 
And Causeway May 
ICarry Bay Traffic 

Construction of a causeway and 
series of underwater tubes to car- 
ry Bay Area traffic was proposed 
,;- , — - f nn.' i»ito the Board of Supervisors Mon- 

discolor or fade. There never is , alternative to building 

a need for repainting it and aj ^ ^^ "^ 

garden hose will wash away all ; ^ j ^ submitted by L. H 
iX nn"?hA?r.*^/.* ^^^^ »~^°^"- 1 NishkiaS, ^;ddely-known en^eTr, 
v.? *5f «*'*f^-, , „„., I calls for the building of a huge 

Velon filaments also are elastic » ^y^-^^ will divert trX 

Resistmg denting, nuivctures and f ^ ^ ^^ ^^^ desiSed 

'aSJi^'t^ltfJ^fpr^ttre fe^^r^Lns^ tS^n&^- 
an impact strength six times great- Jf ^LS'"^' *"'*'^ ^""^ *"^™«- 

Smf^gauS'*^' screening of the 'ten^h of the tubes is estimated 
^This^SSkual screening offers to be about ^000 feet and would 

all-weather, all-climate protection ^''^''^ ^^TrSt^^hL^A^ J^t 
to every home from inSects and causeway, a P«^"t*^°"\ 2,000 feet 
blends into the color scheme of ! ^^sjiore from Oakland to the Ala- 

the home decoration. I?^«l^ ^'^T^Lin onTli,"?^' ''^''^^ 

Each filament is opaque, there- 1 ^e buried deep enoi^h to permit 

by reducing glar^ common to f agoing vessels of all 4escnption 

bronze and copper, yet it allows ' ^o pass overhead. 



mm 



Plan Apprentice TrainiDg Program to 
Recndt Labor tor Consbiiction Indostry 



light to pass through into the 
room. Heavy screen shadows which 
solid wire screens cast are elim- 
inated. 



The causeway plan won the sup- 
port of some members of the 
board, although the local board of 
supervisors was told the Alameda 



Although Velon now is being county board would not approve 
supplied in only one standard col- ^^e plan. Action on the current 
or— a cool green-there is no lim- '^"'^^ey appropriation needed to 
it to the variety of tints that may (Complete the traffic survey for the 
be offered in the future when pro- i second span, was delayed 
duction facilities are further ex- ; weeks 
panded. Present Firestone Velon 



four 



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screen extrusion and fabricating j P|^Jj|*« StIlQ VamisheS 
plants are located at Long Island 

City, and Patterson, N. J. Skles ' C!-^^!*!:^^ J D-o^^i^A 
are being made through wHole- : ^lUipilllCa iraCUCe 

sale hardware jobbers, Firestone^ Printed copies of Simplified 
stores and dealers, and building practice Recommendation R144-45, 
supply manufacturers throughout j paints. Varnishes and Related 
the country- 



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Surplus Truck Sale 
Starts April 8 



(Products, are now available, ac- 
cording to an announcement of 
jthe Division of Simplified Prac- 
itice of the National Bureau of 
.Standards. 
' This revision supersedes the war 

emergency revision of 1943, the 

m. TXf A 4. AJ ■ • * 4.- i purpose of which was to enable 
The War Assets Admmistration 5^/i„du8try to contribute to the 

^I^^lSlL^^J^Lt^^t.?^^^^ ^ar effort hy a reduction of 33 per 
Van Ness Ave has announced the ; ^ j the number of colors for 
future sale of nearly 200 trucks i.»,„ „„^„„o „_rw^„„fe «* *^^a Jr.^,-a 
and former military vehicles adapt- i*^! ^^'^T.^^'iHin^ ^fh^tif.^fi 
able to heavy work. The sa.le is to iL^JJ^i^L^lTi^f.^"^^^^^"^ 
be conducted starting April 8. 
A complete list of all trucks can 



YEAR OF DSaSION 

Perhaps no Govenunantal war- 
time bureau has had a job mors 
important to our domestic economy 
than the Office of Price Admin- 
istration. It is doubtful that any 
bureau has dewloped more weird 
and confusing regulations than 
OP A. Some <rf ita rulings and in- 
terpretations have caused as many 
pains and aches as a caterpillar 
with corns. 

* ir It 

Soon comes midnight of June 
80th, beyond which OPA must be 
extended or it will then die and 
be buried under tons of red and 
blue ration point tokens. 
ie -k it 

Once a Governmental agency 
mounts its horse and rides off in 
all directions, it is very difficult 
to again get it in the corral. Con- 
sider OWI. That bureau has ceased 
to exist, and while a few of the 
sweating elves in the bottom wage 
bracket may h'"*> been returned 
to civilian status, a dozen or a 
hundred times that many were 
transferred to the State Depart- 
ment for the purpose ^of estab- 
lishing a world-wide propaganda 
agencv. 

• • • 

One way might be to let OPA die j the production goal of tie housing 
and have another price control I program. 

agency ready to take over at that j The program calls for the pro- 
moment with very specific, restrict- \ duction of 2,700.000 medium- and 
ed and definite limitations. low-priced dwellings for veters.is 

it "k it • by the end of 1947 at an aggre- 

gate cost of around 111,300,000,- 
000. 



Sraoiu, imtm the Daily PACiric 
BuiLnrs WASHINGTON BUR&AU 

Pkms for a broad niHMrentice training prtcimii to provide addi- 
tional on- and off-site oMiati uet ion workers for the veterans' esMr- 
fency lioasing profram are crystaUxirig in WasUngton this woek. 

It is ssHmatod tiuU UAwmm 1«OM,4)00 and l.SOO,«M new 

skilled, semi-skilled — will have to 



be added to the construction labor 
force this year if goals of tiis 
housing program are to be met. 

Five bureaus of the Department 
of Labor will bear the cihief Gov- 
ernmental responsibility for the ex- 
panded manpower program, but 
the fundanoental work will be done 
by around 6,000 local labor-man- 
agement committees set up to han- 
dle throughout the nation appren- 
tice training mechanics at ground 
levels. 

A chief aim of the program will 
be to provide apprentice training 
for returning war veterans at an 
accelerated rate. 

Labor Secretary L. B. Schwel- 
lenbach and National Housing Ex- 
pediter Wilson Wyatt, the two top 
key figures most interestted in the 
program, both reason that the 
more war veterans have good-pay- 
ing jobs, the more of them will be 
I in a position to buy the 2,700,000 
(veterans' new homes set up as 



materials for containers. 

The current revision represents 
k« ^v*^»;.,«j #«^w, *i»« WAA «m/.o i«n effort to adapt the recom- 
5! f?^>.T^,-52S aS.y^.^« °J?ff; mendation to the postwar needs 



SUMMERBF.LL aOOF STRUCIiJRf-'i 

1746 Thirteenth St, Oakland. Caiif. 



From Son Francisco 
ENterprisc 10930 



'^ro'Ti other excnanors 
TWinoaks 3622 



or at the District Office. 236 West 
First street, Reno. Trucks are lo- 
cated at various Army bases with- 
in California and Nevada. 

Truck types included are dump, 
panel, weapon carrier, pickup, 
soixii - trailer, ambulance, cargo, j 
stake, truck-tractor, scout, com- >. 
raand reconnaissance, armored car, \ 
and many others. 



of consumers. In general, it will 
increase the number of colors for 
some products, add small sizes 
and a 2-gallon container for cer- 
tain items and will eliminate cer- 
tain portions of the text of the pre- 
vious *«Ha« wbi»*»-.. nw r» <tssencial 
to the emergency program. 

Copies of Simplified Practice 



Principal objection to this would 
be that we would probably have no 
price control as the pressure 
groups would walk in and agree 



Construction of 1. 200^,000 home 
units is called for this year, and 



that price controls were nice for i this work will require employment 
all groups except their own. of j^iproximately 2,000,000 on- and 

ir ir ^ off-site, skiled, semi-skilled and 

Price controls can retard or slow j unskilled workers, or nearly three 
up inflation— they cannot prevent times the present force of 700,000 
inflation. It's so simple it seems 1 workers employed at housing sites 
trite to repeat, but the only thing j or producing home building mate- 
that will prevent inflation is full • rials. 

production. j • Nearly 1,000,000 of tiaese work- 

ir k k jers will be emplos^ed om building 

„, - , . , ... „^ ! sites, with the second 1,000,000 en- 

We have tried everything except ig^gg^ i„ production o-f building 

the simple and obvious. ' supplies at the peak of activity 

* * *■ ithis year if the 1946 goal of 1,- 

President Truman, Mis- ' 200,000 new h o m e s is to be 

souri's only contribution to achieved. Tt. ^ . 

the White House, has said Moreover, Labor Department 



"This is the year of deci 
aion". Trouble is, Washing 



ing what to decide. 



^Hh 



BURKE FORM CLAMPS 



SNAP TIES 

EXPANSION 
THREADED 
All 



780 




a iiidny "^'l*;"- ^ ,^^ nx,^^^ i Recommendation R144-45 may be 

, J^^^^ wM?f r M r R.S ^' i obtained from the Superintendent 
let, Ford. White. G.M^C.,Reo Fed- ^j Documents, Government Print- 
eral and others. Some diesels are,. ^^ Washington 25, D. C, 

included in the lot. j_Z ■ 

Sales will be made according to j — 

the following schedule: April 8, 
federal agencies; April 9 and 10, 
state and local governments, tax- ; 
supported institutions; April 11 ; 
and 12, veterans; and April 29 1 
through May 3, dealers. I 



tRium PHinTs 

art L c t - ' o t C' r I C o n t r o 1 ' e '? 
•o Protesiionol Foi (iters' 



and NHA officials say, that rate 

of employment must be maintain- 

ton'i^ ha^ng\r^ble" d^id- ed throughout 1947 to attain next 

inlr wliAt *J^ A^^eiAf 'year's goal of 1,500,000 additional 

homes. 

Labor Department officials say 
that skilled workers and foremen 
will comprise three oul of every 
five of the on-site construction em- 
ployees. 

] For the housing program alone, 
I one-site skilled workers required 
j include 320,000 carpenters, 80,000 



painters, 50.000 plumbers, neariy 
40,000 bricklayers, 30,000 electric- 
ians and 30,000 plasterers. Semi- 
skilled workers needed for on-site 
work will total around 40,000, and 
unskilled workers 325,000. 

The foregoing manpower, the 
Labor Department emphasised, 
will be required in the construc- 
tion of new homes only. Aroun* 
1,200,000 more on-site workers wilf 
be needed for construction other 
than housing — hospitals, schools,, 
highways and other essential pub- 
lic and private construction pro5' 
ects, and another 1,200,000 for ox- 
site work when broadened postwar 
construction hits its crest, and t^e 
limitations to save materials for 
veterans' homes are off. 

# 

Engineers Discnss 
New BdUing Code 

The new proposed Building Code 
of San Francisco was discussed 
before the members of the Struc- 
tural Engrineers' A5«sociation of 
Northern California at the Engi- 
neers' Club last night. The Code 
was prepared under the direction 
of Harry C. Vensano, Director of 
Public Works of the City of San 
Francisco, and a membw of the 
Association. 

Based upon discussion at the 
meeting, recommendations will be 
presented to Vensano from the As- 
sociation members, which include 
the most prominent structural en- 
gineers in Northern California 
and represent the most advanced 
developments in structural engi- 
neering. 

Professor Clement T. Wiskocil, 
of tire Department of Civil Engi- 
neering, IJniversity of California, 
and a member of the Association, 
presided at the meeting. 

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ARCHITECTS' MEETING 




The regular monthly meeting of 
the San Francisco Arcl "tectural 
club wi>l be held tonight a 8:15 p. 
m. in the Builders' Exchange, 666 
Mission stneet. 

The planned seminar and the 
educational courses will be dis- 
<us.sed and important announce- 
ment made concerning both. 

Dinner, starting at 6 p. m., will 
precede the meeting. 



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4/3/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS ^ 

BIN STORAGE BUDLDING 



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4/3/46 " •• 9 Olof Nelson Construction Co., Lo- 

BOND ELECTION PLANNED ;gan, Utah. ^ ,_, ^ „, ,^^ 

SCHOOL BUILDING Cost, 1199,628 ' Scott-Buttner Electric Co., 634 20tli 
, ALTO. Marin County, Calif. i St., Oakland. ^, '_, ^ ,^ „ 

Approximate Cost, |70,000 \ Construct new school building con- A. S. Schulman Electric Co., 537 S. 
SANTA CLARA, Santa Clara County, I taining eight classrooms, assembly , Dearborn St, Chicago, IlL 

Calif. room, administration office and Petersen Engineering Co., 4126 26th 

Concrete and wood frame storage bin ' teachers' room and pave recreation St., San Francisco. 

building (50x200 ft). area, etc. ' Samuels & Franklin, contractors. 

Owner— Santa Clara Walnut Growers' ' Owner— Mill Valley School District, Box 1349, Ddtiver, Colo. 
Association, 1777 Lafayette, Santa Mill Valley ■ 

Clara. i Architect— Alfred W. Johnson, 681 4/3/46 •• 12 



of the district engineer, 838 U. S. 

Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 

Specifications obtainable from the 

above office of the district engineer 
. or from the custodian of the building 
I at Port Angeles, Wash. 



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Structural Engineer — Preston M. 
Jones, 2514 Woolsey St, Berkeley. 

4/3/46 •• 4 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

OFFICE BUILDING Cost, $800,000 

BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif. 
1977 Center St, near Milvla. 

Construction of six-story office build- 
ing containing approximately 17,- 
000 sq. ft of office space for each, 
floor. 

Owner — State Farm Mutual Auto In- 
surance Co., Bloomington, 111. ; Nor- 



Market St, San Francisco. CONTRACT AWARDED 

The district will vote in the near MOTOR PARTS DEPOT Cost $775,000 

future on a proposal to issue bonds SEATTLE, Wash. 4th Ave. S. near 

in the amount of $225,000 to finance Spokane St 



ab). p con.struction and various proj 
ected improvements at other schools 
In the district 



4/3/46 • 9 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS 
SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Cal. Cit- 
rus Heights. 
Construction of two additional class- 
rooms and two washrooms. 



val P. Goelzer, vice-president, 2054 Owner— Sylvan School District, 



BUILDING SECTION 



University Ave., Berkeley. 

Architect — James W. Plachek, Mer- 
cantile Bldg., Berkeley. 

Contractor — Parker, Steffens & 
Pearce, 135 South Park, San B'ran- 
cisco. 
Demolition work on the site is now 

under way. 



The school district voted bonds re- 



construction of brick and steel one- 
story motor parts depot (400x225 
ft.), large plate glass showroom in 
front, etc. 

Owner— Ford Motor Co., W. C Pat- 
terson, Northwest manager, North- 
em Life Tower, Seattle. 

Architects— Giffels & Vallet, Inc., and 
L. Rosetti, Detroit, Mich. 

Resident Engineer — Eldon Hedeen, 
c/o Ford Motor Co., Northern Life 
Tower, Seattle. 



cently in Ihe amount of $24,000 to Contractor — General Construction Co., 



3840 Iowa St, Seattle. 



HEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
rieperts In this section are classl- 
fiM as follows: 

Commercial BIdgs. ...- . 1- 8 

Educational BIdgs. _. — 9-10 

Haspitals ..._ . 11 

Industrial BIdgs. 12-13 

Public Buildings 14-17 

ReiJglous Buildings 16-19 

Social, Recreational BIdgs. 20-21 

Re#idential Buildings 22-26 

Transpertation RHgs. 27 

Miscellaneous BMgs. 28-30 



l.a— COMMEROAL BLDGS. 

4/3/46 •• 8 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

STORE BUILDING 

SAN FRANCISCO. San Bruno Ave. 

Remodel liquor store building; car- 

rara glass front, neon sign, etc 
Owner — John Perez, c/o architects. 
Architects — Clarence O. Peterson and 

Wendell R. Spackman, 604 Mission 

St., San Francisco. 



BUILDINGS 



corrugated iron warehouse (110x150 9-10 EDUCATIONAL 

feet). . 
Owner — ^Walnut Growers' Association, 

c/o structural engineer. 1 ~ 

Structural Engineer — Preston M. j 4/3/46 

Jones, 2514 Woolsey St, Berkeley ' ^0^^° ELECTION 



4/3/46 •• I 

PLANS BEING FIGURED— TO 

CLOSE APRIL 26 (t- ^, 

REMODEL DEPARTMENT. STORE 



: ALTER SCHOOLS Cost, $610,000 

!SAN RAFAEL, Marin County, Calif. 
^ Rehabilitation 

I School and alterations and Im 
; provements to elementary schools 

roflt 42 non nno i ^"** ^^^^ school. 
oTr.Afiw„TT:. T,r v '-^°"' *^'"'*"'""" , Owner— San Rafael Board of Educa- 

SEATTLE, Wash. ! tion, Oliver R. Hartzell, secretary. 

Expansion and modernization of de- jjj j^ school Bldg., E. Mission St, 

partment store involving partial , g^^^ Rafael 

''P"J5w"S^*°'' °{ sixth, seventh and ;^ jjit^^_cari f. Gromme, 1010 B 

eighth floors, installation of wide i g^ g^^^^ Rafael 

excalators, fast self -leveling eleva- | Engineer-Harold M. Engle, 110 Sut- 

tors, removal of certain partitions, , j°j. g^ g^^j^ Francisco 

new lighting and venUlating sys- ^he district will vote May 14 on a 

tern formain floor. I proposal to issue bonds'in the amount 

Onwre— Frederick & Nelson William ^^ $280,000 to finance elementary 

S Street, president, Seattle. . ^^,^,^01 additions and remodeling and 

Architects— Skidmore.Owmg8& Mer- 5230,000 to finance high school addi- 

nll, Chicago. 111., and John Graham, | ^^^^3 j^^^j remodeling. 

Dexter Horton Bldg., Seattle. ■ 

Plans for the $2,000,000 first phase < 
of the $5,000,000 expansion program 4/3/46 •• 9 

will be figured by a sefected list of ; BONDS VOTED 



1 2 



4/3/46 • 

PLANS PREPARED 

WINERY Approx. Cost $55,000 



finance school improvements. 

4/3/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

REMODEL CAFETERIA 

Contract Price, $21,255 WATERFORD, Stanislaus Co., Calif. 
FRESNO, Fresno Co., Calif. Heaton (Construction of winery. 

, Owner — Waterford Winery, Ina 
Architect— Wards & Bolles, 369 Pine 
I St, San Francisco. 
; Structural Engineer — John Crould, Fi- 
nancial Center Bldg., San Fran- 
! Cisco. 



School. 

Remodel cafeteria. 

Owner— Fresno City Schools. 

Architects — David H. Horn and Mar- 
shall D. Mortland, Rowell Building, 
Fresno. 

Contractor — J. W. Jolly, 1028 Prince- '■ Mechanical Engineer — Paul Nash, 369 
ton St., Fresno. j Pine St., San Francisco. 

Other bidders were : 

of present West End | W. H. Irwin $21,615 4/S/46 • • 13 

Larsen - Ratto 23,490 BIDS OPENED 

1 SAN FRANCISCO. — O'Mara and 



! 4/3/48 

, BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 

I MAY 2. 2 P:. M. 

i PAINTING, ETC. 
BEND, Ore, U. S. Post Offica 

' Interior and exterior painting, roof 
, repairs, nfew hollow metal entrance 
doors and, certain miscellaneous re- 
pairs. ] 
Owner — Federal WoAs Agency, Pub- 
lic Buildiitigs Administration, office 
of the district engineer, 838 U. S, 

j Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Specifications obtainable from the 

: above officf of the district engineer 

' or from thej custodian of the building 

' at Bend, Orie. 

1 • 

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14/3/46 I •• 16 

i BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
MAY 1. 2 P. M. 

j HEATING JBOILER, ETC. 

j WILLOWS. Glenn County, Calif. U. a 

j Post OfficJe. 

' New heating boiler, oil-burning equip- 

i ment andjgas water heater. 

\ Owner — Fedjeral Works Agency, Pub- 

I lie Buildiikgs Admir^tration, office 

I of the district engineer, 838 U. S. 

, Appraisers Bldg., San Francisco. 

j Specifications obtainable from the 

j above officfl- of the district engineer 

I or from the custodian of the building 

!at Willows. 



4/3/46 •• 17 

BIDS WANTED— TO BE OPENED 
JUNE 17, 2 P. M. 

DETENTION HOME Cost, $125,000 
SACRAMENTO, Calif. V Street 
Construction of one- and part two- 
story reinforced concrete and steel 
county detention home to accom- 
modate 40 juveniles and provide 
small second story section for liv- 
ing quarters for the guards and 
administrative personneL 
Owner — County of Sacramento, Court 

House, Sacramento. 
Architect— Harry J. Devine, 1012 Jay 
I St., Sacramento. 

I Bid opening date postponed from 
I April 29, 10 A. M., to June 17, 2 P. M, 
^lans and specifications obtainable 
from the architect's office upon de- 
posit of $25. 



4/3/46 •• U 

BIDS OPENED 
t PAINTING 
KINGMAN, Ariz. 
Exterior and Interior painting and. 

miscellaneous repairs at U. S. Post 

Office. 
Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
lic Buildings Administration, office 

of the district engineer, 838 U. 3. 

Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Low Bidder — Gaytan Engineering Co., 

2728 E. Florence Ave., Huntington 

Park, $2660. 

Other bidders were: 

Dan Sullivan, Santa Monica, $3384. 

Deemer & Deemer, $3713. 

Grohne, Inc., Decatur, 111., $4122. 



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11— HOSPITALS 



11 



Stewart, Ltd., 218 Clara Street, at 
$1827 submitted low bid to the Public 

: Utilities Commission, Room 287, City 
Hall, under Water Dept. Contract 
No. 413 for furnishing and installing 

j hot water storage tank and altera- 
tions in boiler room of Water Dept 



4/3/46 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 

fIS^H?C?H^%. Marine Ho,- i BSS,.„«=, «--„«»-« 

pital. 
Construction of new elevator cables. 
Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- , 

lie Buildings Administration, office , 

of the district engineer, 838 U. S. , 4/3/45 

Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. ' PLANNED 

Specifications obtainable from the MANUFACTURING PLANT 



Other bids were 

Herman Lawson Co $2047 

U. S. Pipe & Mfg. Co — 2350 



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4/3/46 • 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 

APRIL 29, St P. M. 

PAINTING, ETC. 

BURLEY. Maho. U .S. Post Office, 

Interior and exterior painting and 
miscellaneous work. 

Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
lic Buildli)igs Administration, office 
of the district engineer, 838 U. S. 
Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Specifications obtainable from the 

above offic^ of the district engineer 

or from the custodian of the building 

at Burley, tdaho. 



4/3/46 ••17 

TO ASK BIDS 

SANITARY FACILITIES 

Approx. Cost, $5.0<K> 

STOCKTON, San Joaquin Co.. Calif. 
Channel and San Joaquin Streets. 

Enclosure with steel plate of open 
area bet cell block and adjoining 
Bureau of Identification building 
to house sanitary facilities. 

Owner — County Board of Supervi- 
sors, Courthouse, Stockton. 

Architect — Jos. Losekann, Elks Bldg., 
Stockton. 

Plans have been approved and bids 
I will be asked soon. 



above office of the district engineer. 



contractors. 



3 



4/3/46 " 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN DIEGO, Calif.— Until April 16, 
11 A. M., bids will be received by 
the U. S. Navy, Public Works De- 
partment 11th Naval District, San 
Diego, under Spec. 17590 for construc- 
tion of signal tower atop the No. 6 
freight elevator penthouse on build- 
ing No. 12. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
officer in charge of construction. 
Public Works Department, 1220 Pa- 
cific Highway, San Diego 30, upon 
deposit of check or x>ostal money 
order for $15, payable to the Chief 
of the Bureau of Yards and Docks. 



4/3/46 • 

BIDS OPENED 
ELECTRICAL WORK 
OAKLAND, Alameda County, Calif. 

Oakland Municipal Airport 
Construction of electrical work to 



CLASSROOMS Est Cost, $63,000 

; CLAYTON, Contra Costa Co., Calif. 
2 ! Clayton Valley School. 
i Construction of additional classrooms 
•Owner — Clayton School District, Clay- 
{ ton. 

Architect — Ernest J. Kump Co., 251 
Kemy St., San Francisco. 
The city voted bonds March 29 to 



LODI, San Joaquin County, Calif. 
Lockeford Extension and Turner 
Rd., 20-acre site. 

Construction of five-acre, six-story 
cereal manufacturing plant 

Owner — Sperry Flour Co., Edward O. 
I Boyer, president local branch, 180 
New Montgomery St., San Fran- 
cisco. 



PLANS ON FILE 



addition to hangar 2D. 
Owner — Oakland Port Commission, the amount of $63,000, proceeds of 

foot of Grove St., Oakland. j which will be used to finance con 

Plans by owner. *" ' struction. 

Low Bidder — California Electric Co., 



3015 Adeline St.. Oakland, $477a 
Other bids were: 
Del Monte Electric Co., $5005. 
T. L Rosenberg Co., $5497. 
Abbett Electric Co., $6280. 
Scott-Buttner Electri cCo., $6789. 
Bids held under advisement. 



4/3/46 •....•-...4 

CORRECTION- 
PLANS BEING FIGURED^— BIDS 
OPEN APRIL 11, 11 A. M. 
MEDICAL BUILDING 
BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif. 

2340 Ward Street. 
Construction of 2-story frame med- 
ical building to contain 95(X) s.f. of 

floor space. 
Owner — Dr. S. H. Babington, 2301 

Ward St., Berkeley. 
Architects — Reynolds & Chamberlain, 

3833 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland. 

The following contractors are fig- 
uring plans: 

A. J. Hopper Co., 243 Langton St, 
San Francisco. 

Johnson, Drake Sc Piper, 1786 
Franklin St., Oakland. 

Anderson & Haglund, Inc., 219 41st 
St, Oakland. 

Lewis Construction Co., 516 18th St, 
Oakland. 

Moore & Roberts, 093 Mission St., 
San Francisco. 

De Luca & Son, 1746 Filbert St., 
San Francisco. 

Correction to location of building. 



4/3/46 •• 4 

PREPARING PLANS 

MEDICAL- DENTAL BUILDING 

SAN FRANCISCO. 22nd and Bartlett 
Streets. 

Five - story and basement medical- 
dental building to house approxi- 
mately 100 medical men. 

Owner — Nathan Kobllck, Atherton, 
owner of Perfection Curtain Clean- 
ers, 3121 17th St, San Francisco. 

Architects— John C. Funk and Joseph 
A. Stein, 21 Columbus Ave., San 
Francisco. 



4/3/46 • • 2 

WORK UNDERWAY 

MOTOR REPAIR BUILDING 

BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif. 
Haste Street near Shattuck Ave. 

Construction of one - story reinforced 
concrete motor repair building (34x 
78 ft.) wood trusses and composi- 
tion roof. 

Owneiv-Webb Motor Co., 2471 Shat- 
tuck Ave., Berkeley. 

Architect— James W. Plachek, 2131 
University Ave., Berkeley. 

Contractor— Willis F. Lyn^n, 1040 Fol- 
ger Ave., Berkeley. 



4/3/46 •• 8 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

WAREHOUSE Approx. Cost, $105,000 



MODESTO, Stanislaus County, Calif. 

One-story and basement frame and 1 year In Peninsula towns and cities 



4/3/46 • • 1 

; BIDS WANTED— 
:tO be OPENED APR. 25, 8 PM. 
REMODEL CAFETERIA 
FRESNO, Fresno Co., Calif. Fresno 

High SchooL 
' Remodel cafeteria. 
Owner — Fresno City High School 
! District, L. L Smith, Secty., 2348 
fi ! Mariposa St., Fresno. 
: Architect — David H. Horn, Rowell 
Bldg., Fresno. 

Bids will be received until April 
Alterations to ground floor of Sutter ' 25, 5 P. M., and opened by owner 
Hotel, convert 4 stores, tocludmg i at 8 P. M. 

portion of lobby, into men's fur- ' Plans and specifications on file 
ni.shing store. j with the Secretary of the District 

Owner — Hirsch & Price, c/o architect ■ and the architect. 

Architect— J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- • Each bid must be accompanied by 

ket Street j bidder's bond or certified check In 

Demolition — Adam Arras & Son. 116 : amount of not less than 10% of bid. 

New Montgomery Street 



4/3/46 

CONTRACTS AWARDED 

STORE ADDN. Est Cost, $85,000, 

SAN FRANCISCO. Kearny Street. ', 



Plumbing — A. 
lejo Street. 



Ramazotti, 1473 Val- 



4/3/46 • • 9 

BONDS VOTED 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS 

Approx. Cost, $113,000 

SELMA, Fresno Co., Calif. Jeffer- 
son School, Thompson Avenue bet. 
Sylvia and Young Streets. 

Construction of six classroom school 
buildtog. 



43/3/46 • 1 

CONTRACT AWARDED 
BANK BUILDING Cost ,$50,000 

SOUTH PALO ALTO, Santa Clara 

Co., Calif. Comer California Ave. 

and El Camino Real. ^ 

Construction of one-story bank build- ' Owner— S e 1 m a Elementary School 

ing with concrete walls, wood roof ! District, Selma. 

construction and tar and gravel [ Architect — Not Announced. 

surface, air conditioning sys., etc. ; The school district voted bonds 
Ownet^— Bank of America, 300 Mont- ; recently in amount of $65,000, which, 

gomery St, San Francisco. | together with $48,000 funds on hand, 

Architect — J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- j will be used to finance construction. 

ket St., San Francisco. . 

Structural Engineer — L. H. Nishkian, 

155 Sansome St., San Francisco. 
Mechanical Engineer — G. M. Simon- 



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4/3/46 
PLANNED 
son, 625 Market St, San Francisco, i SCHOOL ADDITION Cost, $150,000 
Contractor— Wells P. Goodenough, 49 : LE GRAND, Fresno County, Calif. • 



Wells Ave., Palo Alto. 



j Construction of classroom addition. 
' Owner— Le Grand Union High School 
6 District, Le Grand. 
< Architect — Not given. 

The district will vote May 31 on a 



4/3/46 

TO BE DON-E BY DAY'S WORK 

STORE BUILDING 

SAN FRANCISCO. Valencia St. north proposal to raise $150,000 by direct 

of Duboce Avenue. ; taxation to build classroom addition. 
Construction of one-story frame and ; 

stucco store building (50x90 feet), '4/3/46 •• 9 

glass vitrolite front iSITE SELECTED 

Owner— Kunst Bros., 1033 Mission St j HIGH SCHOOLS Cost, $800,000 

SAN JOSE. Santa Clara Co., Calif. 
44-acre tract on Cottle Ave., ap- 



12-13— INDUSTRIAL 

BUILDINGS 

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4/3/46 •• 

STARTING WORKING DRAWINGS 

STORE BLDG. Est Cost $120,000 Plans by engineering department of 

SAN MATEO, San Mateo Co., Calif. owner, Minneapolis, Mton. 
B Street 1 

Construction of two-story building •■10 

(100x100 ft) at the rear of the pres- ™-*^_ or.a-Dicr-rcrp» ^ 

ent store, and expansion in the first ^b:it ^ !v^Z^JJr^ .^ 

floor of the Union Hotel buildtog. ; OFFICE AND SHOP BLDG. 

Owner- Loewe & Zwierleln, 317 B St, ' ^ .^ „ ^^^°^A ?^^\F.^'^ 
San Mateo ; FRESNO, Fresno Co.. Calif. 3900 So. 

Architects — Sharps & Brown, 1477 ' "99" Highway. 

Burlingame Ave., Burltogame. 1 Reinforced concrete structural steel 

" __!__ ■ and corrugated steel office (40x 

4/3/4g •* 13! 100-ft) and shop (80x210 ft) 

BIDS WANTED i Owner — Utility Trailer Sales Co., 2900 

Near SAN DIEGO, LONG BEACH, 1 ^ South -99" Highway Fresno. 
DAGGETT, BAKERSFIELD an d ! Structural Engr.— Preston M. Jones, 
FRESNO. Calif.— As previously re-! 2514 Woolsey St., Berkeley. 

ported, until April 9, 10 A. M., bids | — — — 

will be received by the Civil Aero- 1 _ ,»..«« 

nautics Administration, 1500 4th St, j 14-17 PUBLIC BLDGS. 

Santa Monica, for the construction of 



The following list of plana and specifications for construction 

projects are now available for Inspection at the office of DAILY 

PACIFIC BUILDER, 465 Tenth Street, San Francisco. 



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Location 



Bid Opening Date 



Stilling Basto 
Spea 1178 



Central Valley Project 



4- 8 



Kings Rivet Wasteway, Etc. 
Specification 1181 



Fresno 



4-10 



radio range stations near San Diego, i 4/3/46 •• 16 

Long Beach (Huntington Beach), , BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
Daggett, Bakersfield and Fresno, | MAY 6, 2 P. M. 
Calif. INTERIOR PAINTING, ETC. 

The work inve«n«i^l consists of , ROSEBURG, Ore. U. S. Post Office. 
fencing the site, construction of an j Interior painttog, new w^ood flooring, 
access driveway, erecting a 16x28-ft ' new exterior entrance doors and 
sectional steel frame building on con- ' miscellaneous repairs. 
Crete foundation, erecting a 30-f t [ Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
steel tower with 36-ft diameter coun- : iic Buildings Admtoistration, office 
terpoise, and a 12x12 antenna shelter } of the district engtoeer, 838 U. S. 
on top ajid incidental work. Proposal j Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
No. 6-46-200. i Specifications obtainable from the 

The following contractors have ; above office of the district engtoeer 
taken out plans : I or from the custodian of the buildtog 

M. H. Cxolden Construction Co., 8485 , at Roseburg, Ore. 



SUB - BIDS WANTED 



General conjtractor* desiring sub-bidb on any Job are Invited to make known 
their requlrementa In this column. There Is no charge for this service. 

I Office and Lab. Bldg. and Industrial Relations Bldg., California Reaearoh 
Corp., Richmond; Bids open April 12 
E. 8. McKlttrick Co., 610 16th Street. Oakland (TWln Oaks 5070) 
Swtoertoh & Walberg Co., 225 Bush St, San Francisco (GArfield 2980) 
Barrett ^ Hllp, 918 Harrison Stre et, S«ui Francisco (DOuglas (^700). 
M. & K Corp., 200 Financial Center Bldg., San Francisco (EDCbrook 7634) 
Carrico At Gautler, 365 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco (JUnlper 4-8081) 
Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St, San Francisco (GArfield 8579). 

Ferry Bldg. Addition, Embarcadero, 3an Francisco; Bids open April 4, 2 PM. 
Peter Bartorto, 262 Clementina St, San Francisco (OArfleld 8317). 
Adam Arras A Son, 116 New Montgomery St., San Francisco (OA 8381) 



Architect— J. J. Foley, 770 5th Ave 
The owner will take bids. 



proximately 1100 feet south of the 
j Pine Ave. intersection. 
" * ! Construction of Willow Glen Junior 
! High School plant, cost $350,000, 
j and construction of Willow (jlen 
Calif. Senior High School plant, cost 
and ; $450,000. 

\ Owner — San Jose Board of Education, 
Ralph R Fields, superintendent of 
schools, Auzerais and Almaden 



4/3/46 

PLANNED 

DIAL 'PHONE BLDG. 

SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co., 

NW Comer of Almadeh Ave. 

W San Fernando St. 
Construction of new dial central of- 
fice building. • 
Owner— Pacific Telephone & Tele- , Aves., San Jose. 

graph Co., 140 New Montgomery ! Architect— Not selected, 

St., San Francisco. \ 

Expenditure of $3,900,000 is plan- 1 
ned to convert San Jose and Santa ! 
Clara to the dial system ; similar dial 
projects aire also being planned for 
Redwood City and South San Fran- i 
Cisco. The company will expend $2,- ' 
000,000 for new construction this ! 



Noell St., S«ta Diego 

Charles J. Dorf main, 124 N. La Brea 
Ave., Los Angeles. 

Kashner-Bender, Inc., 704 S. Spring 
St., Los Angeles. 

N. P. Van Valkenburgh Co., 8609 
San Vicente Ave., South Gate. 

R. A. Wattson Co., 5528 Vlneland 
Ave., North Hollywood. 

California Lead Cable Splicing Co., 
12012 S. Atlantic Blvd., Compton. 

Newbery Electric Corp., 1038 Venice 
Blvd., Los Angeles. 

Alcorn Fence Co., 3340 San Fer- 
nando Rd., Los Angeles. 

United States Construction Corp., 
Ill E. Chartres St., Anaheun. 

Shipyard Construction Co., 2659 
Cherry Ave., Long Beach. 

Anchor Post Fence Go. of Califor- 
nia, 616 S. Anderson St, Los Angeles. 

Howes & Whitaker, 3313 Union Pa- 
cific Ave., Los Angeles. 

Theodore Scott, 4405 S. Nonnandle 
Ave., Los Angeles. 

Wlckes Engineering & Construc- 
tion Co., 1441 2nd Ave., Des Motoes, 
Iowa. 

Phoenix Construction Co., P. O. Box 
906, Bakersfield. 

R. Goold & Son, 516 S. El Dorado 
St, Stockton. 

Whalln Bros., 2942 23rd Ave.. Oak- 
land. 

Wixson & Crowe, Box 799, Redding. 

C. B. Tuttle, 268 Belmont Ave., 
Long Beach. 

Frank Electric, 505 Mato St, Hay- 
ward. 



4/3/46 •• 16 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
MAY 3, 2 P. M. 

ROSEBURG, Ore. U. S. Post Office. 

New heating boiler, etc 

Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
lic Buildings Administration, office 
of the district engineer, 838 U. S. 
Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Specifications obtatoable from the 

above office of the district engineer 

or from the custodian of the buildtog 

at Roseburg, Ore. 



Richfield -Diavls Bldg., 35th and Telegraph, Oakland; No definite bt« 
opening) data sat 

A. Famell Blair, No. 9 Main Street. San Francisco (YUkon 0390) 

R. A. Cullen, 478 Jackson St, San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 

1 1, ___ 

Medical Bldg., 2340 Ward St., Berkeley; Bids open ApHI 11, 11 A. M. 

A. J. Ho)>per Co., 243 Langton St, San Francisco (MArket 7070). 

Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St., San Francisco (GArfield 8579). 

Anderson -Haglund, Inc., 219 41st St, Oakland 11 (OLympic 9103). 



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4/3/46 • 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLO^ 

APRIL 2S, 2 P. M. 

DRAINAGE PIPING 

PORT ANGELES, Warfi. U. S. Post 
Office. t 

Ccnstruction of new dratoage piptog, 
etc. 

Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
lic Buildings Admtoistration, office 



John D. McLaughlin 

AND ASSOCIATES 
CONSULTING ELECTRICAL 

ENGINEERS 

1641 RUSS BLDG.— EXbrook 5712 
920 Junipera Serra — DE 10197 



for 

STUCCO 

THE 

new 

IMPROVED 

1/ ni 



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STUCCO CEMENT 



More Yards Per Sack • Spreads f osier • loss Sfirfnkogo 
PACIFIC PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY 



ROOFING 




INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS 
COMPOSITION AND CORRUGAIED IRON ROOFS REPAIRED 

ii it -k 

Estimates gladly submitted to General Contractors on 

any type new Construction 

DONNELLY ROOFING CO. 

652 PULTON ST^ SAN FRANCISCO - Phone WAlnut 3836 



WANTED 




USED EQUIPMENT 
AND MATERIALS 



TO HOME BUILDERS 



Now is the time to secure your choice of building sites in a 
restricted tract of the finest view property available on the 
Peninsula. 

Tract consists of 10 acres in the city of San Mateo and 55 
acres in the town of Hillsborough subdivided into 69 beauti- 
ful building sites. They range from (/^ acre to 4 acres; priced 
from $2,750 to $13,600 including improvements. 

Present prices are subject to sharp advancement upon com- 
pletion of improvements: when unsold sites will be extensively 
advertised to the public 

Engineering is now being completed for streets, sewers and 
wate' system; work is scheduled to start during May of 
this year. 

Property can be inspected by appointment by caUing 
Frook Ashby. Owmt. of MArkot 1230 



FOR SALE 



NEW & RECONDITIONED 
DIMENSION LUMBER 

TIMBERS, wailboarda, plambiBC 
pipe,^miliwork, and other building 
materials. SALE PRICES. Large 
stocks of "hard to jret" items. 

Wire, write, or 'phone 

CLEVELAND WRECKING CO. 

2900 Third St. - YAleneU 4977 



FOR RENT 



! LUMBER HANDLING EXJUIP- 
MENT : CARRIERS. STACKERS. 
TRUCKS. Call Mac Pacific Carrtera. 
Oakland. KB 4-165L 



HELP WANTED 



1 1 . PURCHASING AGSarr for Build- 
ing Materials Firm, thoroughly fa- 
miliar with Lumb«r. Permanent. State 
exp. and salary expected. Reply Box 
42, c/o Daily Pacific Builder. 

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CONTRACTORS 



We handle 
1911 Act 



See us regarding Improvement District jobs, 
collections; buy Warrants or Bondn on all 1915 or 
Districts. Telephone GArfield 8000. 

HANNAFORD & TALBOT 

619 CALIFORNIA STREET - SAN FRANCISCO 4 



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BY USING 

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UNITE;D MATERIALS & RICHMOND BRICK CO., Ltd. 

Manufacturers of 
Wire Cut, Represaed pav- D DIP If Hollow Build- 
ing, Acid Resisting, Face, t)i\li;l^ *"K' Partition 
Fire Clay, and Fire . . . and Quarry . . 

Office and PUnt— POINT RICHMOND 
Phone Ridunond 226 



TILE 



STEELFORMS 

BTEELTUBE CONSTRUCTION TOWERS 
IHEAVY DUTY SWINGING SCAFFOLDS 

StEELFORM CONTRAaiNG CO. 



666 Harmon St. 



DO 55A3 



GAMERSTON & SREEN LIMBER 60. 

Wholesale and Jobbing Yards 

LUMBER - TIMBERS - TIES - HR - REDWOOD 
PONDEROSA - SUGAR PINE 

Sar Francisco Oakland 

1S00 ARMY STREET 2001 LIVINGSTON STREET 

ATvMater 1300 KEIIeg 4.1184 



Associated Wood Products Co. 

Fabricators and Erectors of 
TIMBER TRUSSES 

Berfcdley S317 1335 SIXTH ST., Berkeley 2, CaW. 



555K 



Boilers-High Pressure and Heating 

: NEW AND REBUILT 
All Siaes and Types of Steel Tai^ 

OCEAN SHORE IRON WORKS 



550 



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ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION REPOllTS 



4/3/46 •• 16 

BIDS OPENED 

PAINTING, ETC. 

KELLOGG, Idaho, U. S. Post Office. 

Interior and exterior painting, point- 
ing and masonry, sidewalk repairs 
and miscellaneous repairs. 

Owner — Federal Worits Agency, Pub- 
lic Buildings Administration, office 
of the district engineer, 838 U. S. 
Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 

Low Bidder— <rPohne, Inc., Decatur, 
111., $2655. 

Other bidders were: 
R. A, Newman, McMinnvllle, Ore., 

^710. 

Dan Sullivan, Santa Monica. |3240. 
Bert W. Newson, Des Moines, Iowa, 

$3316. ■*" 
Lewis Construction Co., Seattle, 

Wash., $3690. ^ 



$195,519, (Sch. 2] 



amount to be deducted for eacn ; "mji """'"; ♦ r«oiifnmi« t»,«» ,T • ^/o/^^ 
building if ^ood toilet partitions , Valley Projec.^^^^^^^^ ^3^.6 



2) $198,205, submitted (San Pedro); Spec. No. 17296. NOy bolts ^^^^^ "jetton bSt?for^* i :: 

low bid to the T). S. Bur^u of Rec- ,13122. h.^^?*f," ^n tSrSLdem Snal outlet" ^O-^ 

lamation, Kingman, Ariz., under Spec! (1> price for the entire work, com- stallaUon in the Maaeru c^al o^^ 

1206 for the construcUon of 7 six- plete; ' ^^^ *^M;.«r^nt Dam Cental ■ 

room residences and 13 five-room i (2; amount to be deducted for each ' nyeroutlet^^at ^ani^^ 

residences at the Davis government 
camp, Davis Cam Project, Arizona- 
Nevada. The work Is situated about 
30 miles west of Kingman, Ariz. 

Second and third low bids follow: 

George B. Thatcher, North Holly- 
wood, (1) $235,382. (2) $239,382. 

Charles J. Dorfman, Los Angeles, 
(1) $254,565, (2) $256,445. 



STREETS AND 
HIGHWAYS 



building if wood toilet nartltlons \ vaney inuj^^v--, "'""".v -""- • — '^o -^^ ^^J •* 40 

are usIlln^S-d of me?al parti- will be installed by the pvemment BIDS WANTED 

are used Instead of metal part ^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ j^^„ ^ ^ ^^_ COWLITZ, CHELAN and SKAGIT 

(3) deduct fiWm (1) if all work in jket St.. San ^^S^^^^/g^f \/> *JJ- ' f ^^^^ Washington.-UnUl Apr. 

connection with sewage pumping 112. (Sch. 2> «374.m (Sch 3) $47,063. 16. 10 A. M.. bids will be received 
(alternate) is omitted: "^'''^'^ " ^'""^f ,.^n s!^^! Co., by the director of highways. Olympia, I 

(a) for building on Pier No. 1; 1 Birmingham, Ala.. (D $100,024, (2) Wash., for highway improvements as ' 

- - _. — « $332,202, (3) $48,423. i follows- 

Bolidated Steel Corp., Box 6880, ! 



1 construction of 14.211 miles I*TOject 
Arizona FH-17-B7. Showlow-Plnetop 
Highway. Sitgreaves National Forest, 
Navajo County, Arizona- 
Second and third low bids follow: 
Wallace & Wallace, $128,897. 
J. E. Skousen, Mesa. $147,MB. 



4/3/46 ••40 

BIDS WANTED 

NEAR VALLEJO. SolanQ Cc^., Cal. 
— UnUl April 18. 2 P. M.. bidk wlU 
be received by the County of Solano. 



TT «* Treasury Dept.. 821 Market St.. 
under^SF^2911-46 for filing case. 
fob San Francisco. 
Sp^icatlons obtainable from the 

above office. 

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4/3/46 

LOW BIDDERS „^ . . 

BOISE PROJECT. Idaho.— The fol- 
lowing submitted low bids to «• 
Burea uof ReclamaUon. Denver. Colo^ 
under Spec. 1222 for furnishing thr^ 
2000-kva.. 68,000- to 2400-volt, 60- 



Angeles.' (b) for building on Pier No. 2; $332,202. (3) $48,4«. jfoUo-As: jbe received by the County of ^olano. 2000-kva.. 68,000- to 24W->oii, w- 

^1 (c) for building on Pier No. 3; CjiBolidated Steel Corp Box 6880,! Cowlitz County^-Grading sad sur- county Clerk. Courthouse. Fairfield. ! cycle, oil-immersed, self -cooled, out- 

(4) deduct from (1) for omitting allEalTLos Angeles »^ch, I^s An- 'facing on 1.986 miles of primary state | for improvement of Nebraska Street ' door type transformera. each wjui 

• • 26 work at or in connection withigeles, U) $130,779, (2) $484,245, (3) highway No. 1, Rocky Point to Os- I near Vallejo. I i lightning arrester for 69,000- volt^un- 

' Pier No. 1. ; $43,575. ; trander in CowUtz County; FAP No. • Work involves: I I grounded neutral circuit mounted on 



4/3/46 •• 16 

BIDS OPENED 

INTERIOR PAINTING, ETC. 
TUCSON, Ariz. U. S. Post Office and 

Courthouse. 
Interior painting and miscellaneous 



4/3/46 

PLANNED Pier No. 1. 

RESIDENCES Cost. $10,000,000 Bids were : \ 

SAN FRANCISCO. North of Lake'. Alco Constr. Co.. (1) $239,312; (2)1 
Merced. j* ; (3a) $5638; (3b) $7017; (3c) $7,-1 

Construction of 700 two-story resi- j320; (4) $75,626 



dences ($10,000 to $50,000 each) and A. Famell Blair, (1) $269,400; (2) 1 

complete business district. $170; (3a) $6000; (3b) $7500; (3c) $7,- : _, 

Owner and Builder — Pacific Coast ,500; (4) $80,300. '4/3/46 

Constr. Co., Carl Gellert, President. ; C. W. Driver, Inc.. (1) $260,406; (2) preparing WORKING 

1500 Judah Street. .$250; (3a) $7282; (3b) $8930; (3c) ^r < Qp^fi,^/^^t^GS 

Plans by owner. j930; (4) $82,500. i ATHLETIC FACILITIES 

The public works department and I M. H. Golden Constr. Co.. (1) $260.- - 

the city planning commission have; 350; (2) $.. " '"' ^ •«»/»-.'»- /1I-^ 



„ ^ ..^. ., Rocky Point to Os- near Vallejo. I i lightning arrester for 69.000- volt^un- 

trander in CowUtz County; FAP No. > Work involves: I I grounded neutral circuit mountea on 

FI-32 (7). ; U) 925 C.V. salvage road surfkcmg; ^e; one 69.900- volt. «00-ampere. out- 

, Chelan County— Grading, ballasting (2) 1551 c.v. roadwav excavalllon ; door type disconnecting *?'*"^°,^Tr 

— T iTTovc ATDPODTc~«L~ ' *"^ constructing an asphaltlc con- ! o) 1793 tons crusher run bas^; "' '"" 

36— PAKRD, _'^tf\r'-'*\* ^ * ;^'"^t« pavement, type I-l, on 0.855 mile ] ,4) 16.000 gals, water; 



door type aiscouu«rv.i."6 -• -,„^-_ 

manually -operated grounding blades, 
and three 69,000-volt, 200-ampere, out- 



PLAYGROUNDS '°^ primary state highway No. 2, Wen- I (5) 11.4 tons liquid f^ph. SC-1 [prime 1 door type expulsion-fuse <i»8CO°f^«!^ 

_, __!atchee West in Chelan County; FAP coat; ing switches, each complete with two 

• • 3 5 'No- U-149 (7) and state project. (6) 1070 tons asphalt concrete] j f use units, for the "C" line caJiai 

I Skagit County— Grading, uraining. 1 a) 3 catchbaslns; 1 pumping plant. Payette division, 

[surfacing and constructing light bitu- ! (8 ( 30 l.f. 18-in. reinf. concrete pipe. J Boise Project. Idaho, <*^"^*^t*!-Wr 
iminous surface treatment on 6.738 j Specifications obtainable from the j cars (a> shipping point or (b) a^m 
T^t^^ir.,. r.o5r>Hr,or anrJ Tni^ppllftneous The puDUC worKs uepartmeut anQ I m. n. v^omen v_onsir. ^.u.. ia> ♦iiw.- , Approx. Cost. $125,(X)0 '""'^^ ^^ secondary state highway , of f ice of County Surveyor John ■ mett. Idaho. 

^TiL^ misteiia e ^^^ ^^^^ planning commission have 350; (2) $....; (3a) $7077; (3b) »8725 ; j CONCORD, Contra Costa Co., Calif. ! ^o- 17- A. Hamilton vicinity and con- Bumham. Courthouse. Fairfield, up- i Schedule No. 1 

nXn^^-!^*.ripral Works Aeencv Pub- approved a tentative map of the sub- i (3c) $8725; (4) $81,436. ^^ Diablo High School. K^ete to Fibers Ferr>'. Skagit County; , on deposit of $5.00. j General Electric Co.. Denver, coio^ 

^^'?^^r^.^.l"*\Y^'!^f„*"tf.^"«^'«f«^^ V W. C. Smith, Inc., (1) $265,770; (2)iA5;jetic facilities. Work to Include ' ^^ Nos. S-8 (1) and S-8 (2) and; UgilS; $30 per day engineer; $22.50 

•$650; (3a) $6650; (3b) $8300; (3c) 1 „ub-surtace drainage, grading for ! ^*^*^e project. ; 4/ .3/46 . • 40 p^r day mechanic 

$8500; (4) $84,000. j football field, bleachers, locker I . Whitman County— Grading, surfac- 1 BIDS WANTED ~" * 



lie Buildings Administration,, office j division, 
of the district engineer, 838 U. S. ' 
Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Low Bidder— Gayton Engineering Co., 
2728 E. Florence Ave., Huntington 
Park, $15,260. 
Other bidders were: 
Ace Painting Contractors, Inc., $l?i- 

668. 

Dan Sullivan, Santa Monica, $18,735. 

R. A. Newman, McMinnville, Ore., 
$19,186. 

Deemer & Deemer, San Francisco, 
$22,325. 

Arizona Paint Co.. Tucson. Ariz., 
$27,500. 



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4/3/46 •• 16 

BIDS WANTED— TO BE OPENED 

APRIL 10, 2 P. M. 

DIRECTORY BOARDS 

SAN FRANCISCO. U. S. Appraiser's 
Bldg. 

Furnish and in.stall directory boards. 

Owner— Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
lic Buildings Administration, office 
of the district engineer, 838 U. S. 
Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Specifications obtainable from the 

above office of the district engineer. 

20-21— SOCIAL AND 
RECREATIONAL BLDGS. 



2 2 



Cost. $1,250,000 ; 



500; (4) $84,000. football field, bleachers, locker I Whitman County— Grading, surfac- BIDS WANTED 1 wagner Electric <Jo., aui-«u« 

Geo. B. Thatcher, (1) $267,700; (2)' mourns night lighting system, etc ' ^"^- constructing type I-l asphaltic . UTAH.— Until April 12, 2 P. M., ijig,i29; $30 per day engineer 
.• (3a) SS.tOO: (3hl S6980 : (3c) $6.-'^ '»»♦ T-»ioV.in Tin Hitrh «r>r,r.r»i concrete navement. constructine a re- ' hida will be received bv the Utah .hoc; v. it .suddIv services of mec 



and 

doe."^ not .supply ser^•ices of mechanic. 
Allls -Chalmers Manufacturing Co., 



4/3/46 

PREPARING PLANS 

HOTEL v;osi;, ^i,zou,uuu '*•-•- , v«ia.» ^o-jw, \.ou/ ^uoov. \.ov-^ *v.,- Qy^^er Mt. JJiaoio uu. xiign acnooi , '^"""-"='-'= t*>'»"="^'="'-> '-•-'""•-^"'-"-"'s •* '■^" ' "«u» «iii uc i«r«.c»>^r«. ^J^ n.^ 

SAN JOSE Santa Clara Co., Cal. n:980; (4) $83,500. | District unforced concrete T-beam bridge 36.31 i State Road Commision, State v;a,. Aiua-v-ucinu^.*. — . w " in 

First Street. j United Constr. Co, (1) $239,153; i^j.^.j^j^gpjg_Reynolds & Chamberlain 'ft- lo*»g on 1.644 miles of the Campus itol. Salt I^ke City, for constiuction jig.isS; $20 engineer ; $18 mechani^^ 

Construction of 250-room hotel bldg. f (2) $..•,. (3a) $6389; (3b) $7802; (3c) ,fi„ Pipdmorit Ave., Oakland. ; Loop Rd.. State College of Washing- of approx. 14.723 miles of 2-l|n. hit. ! Schedule No^2 

Owner — Newcomb Hotel Interests, i $8701; (4) $70,483. 
c/o Carl J. Seneker, Hotel Sainte i (* ) All. 



Wagner Electric Co., St, Louis, Mo^ 



Claire, Market and San Carlos Sts. 

San Jose. ' 

Architect — Francis H. Slocombe, 131 1 

Monte Cresta Ave., Oakland. ! 



I Loop Rd.. State College of Washing- I of approx. 14.723 miles of 2-l|n. hit. , «,*...««— r- 1 • 

;ton in Whitmsin County; a state ; surfaced road in Washington Coun- (jeneral Electric Co.. Denver, Coio., 

I project. < tv. Section of S.R 18 between! Saint j ^ g Qhamce Co. ; Bowie Switch uv- 

S6I Federal funds have been allocated George and Veyo, Federal Ai|l Sec- L.^gjon, San Francisco; Railway « 

'for the first three projects; guaran- i ondary Project No. S-24 (4). | , industrial Engineering Co.. Greens- 

at (3) 



• 14/3/46 • 

^■^—^ ^^^— '■^ — — ^^*^ *^ ' B I PS POSTPONED ! f or the first three projects; guaran- i ondary trojeci wo. s-^4 v«;. j i industrial Kngineeruig v^v^ - 

W% • * O »* SAN FRANCISCO— Until April 16, ; tee of 5% to accompany bids; plans ; Specifications obtainable fwjm the 'burg, Pa., and Pacific Electric 
M |||Y|||AAlf*||}|y ^^^wmn 3PM (postponed from April 9). | available from the above office upon ; abovp office upon deposit of : $2 00. J faciiiring Corp.. San Francisco, 
Idlr^llWTvIilig UCvilUll I bids will be received by the Public : payment of $2 for each set. : -"-- "' "o^ •«> submitted id 



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4/3/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

RESIDENCES Est. Cost, $2,000,000 

BELMONT PARK, San Mateo Co., 
Calif. Site of former Belle Monti 
Country Club golf course west of 
Belmont. 

Construction of 200 homes In new 
Belmont Park, the Initial 100 to 
cost $10,000 each. 

Owner — Sedric Cunningham, 1 Dev- 
onshire, San Carlos. ; 

Contractor— Stolte, Inc., 8451 San Le- ; 
andro St., Oakland. 1 

Work will start immediately on the ' 
first 100 homes. I 



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4/3/46 •• 20 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

BOWLING ALLEY BUILDING 

Approximate Cost, $40,000 
CONCORD. Contra Costa Co., Calif. 
Construction of 1-story frame bowl- 1 

ing alley building (50x150 ft), wood 

trusses, carrara glass front, eight 

alleys. 
Owner— Withheld. 
Architects — Clarence O. Peterson and 

Wendell R. Spackman, 604 Mission 

St.. San Francisco. 
Mechanical Engineer — James Gayner, 

260 California St., San Francisco. 



NEWS INDEX 

F«r convenient reference, news 
raports in this section are classi- 
fied as ioflows: 
Water Supply and Sewage 

Disposal Plants 31-32 

Bridgee ~ 33 

Dams, Reservoirs and 

Dredging _ 3* 

Docks, Piers &. Harbors — 3b 
Parks, Airports and 

Playgrounds 36 

Rallreaiis, Subways and 

Tunnels _ 37 

Electric Lighting and 

Transmission Qnes 

Sewers 

Streets and Highways 

Gas, Water anti Oil Pipe 

Lines 



— i Utilities Commission, Room 287, City 
"" Hall, under S. F. Airport Contract No. 

82 for airport extension, fill, pave- \ 4/3/46 



40 



38 
39 
40 

41 



1 4/3/46 

! BIDS WANTED , 

4 BEAR LAKE COUNTY, Waho.— 4/3/46 



faciunng curiJ.. c«*" - " T ij' „ti-oi 
$1018, (4. $303.50. submitted identical 



', bids. 

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;^/u/^v» - - OJK.tVi^ J_l.n.x»-iii x.,v.rv^*, • .», — p • ,4/3/46 

I BIDS WANTED i Until April 12, 2 P. M., bids ivill be ; g.^e vVANTED 

I PLUMAS COUNTY. Calif . — Until ; received bv T. Matt Hally. <])irector 1 g^vCRAMENTO, Calif. —Bids will 

; April 23. 2 P. M.. bids will be re- ] of highways. Boise. Idaho, fdr con- j ^^^^j^.g^j by the State Purchaal 



^^ be 

by the' State Purchasing 
era 

- - "* h\i\i- , e "uipment as follows : 

minous surfacing on 4.805 mliles of , ^ '^ Anrll S 



April 5 



2 



4/3/46 

TO START WORK 

SHOP AND RESIDENCE 

Estimated Cost, $40,000 
PITTSBURG, Contra Costa County, 

Calif. West of the rajlroad over- 
passes between Pittsbjf^rg and Home 

Acres. / 

Construction of one-story frame and 

stucco cabinet 3hop(^(100x62 ft.) to 

cost $34,000, forward part of office 

and salesroom finished In plaster, ; 

parking space In front of building, 4/3/46 

and five-room residence ($6000). BIDS WANTED 

Owner— Dominic S. Caruso, c/o Atlas SHARP PARK, San Mateo Co., 

Cabinet Shop, 45 E. 8th St., Pitts- ; calif.— Until April 17, 8 P. M., bids 

burg. will be received by the North Coast 



ment and related construction at San \ ^'P^^^yy^i^T^P 
Francisco Airport* 

Work involves: iApru zs, 'Z r. m.. diqs win oe re- [ of highways. Boise, laano. iqr con- ; ^.^^gj^.g^j by the State r^ri;u»o»"B 

Proposition A: Iceived by the Public Roads Admin., I gtmcting roadbeds, drainage struc- , ^'j gacramento. for materials and 

(1) 6 000 000 c.y. dry fill; i Charles C. Morris. Dh-ision Engi- | t^res and applying plant mi:J: ^'*"- ' equipment as follows: 

' (2) 420000 s.y. compacting to 95%,neer. 720 Phelan Bldg., San Fran- . . — .0^, _,;,._ ^ ^ r .... 

dt-rirftv ! Cisco, for construction of 11.056 miles 

(3) 25 000 M. gals, watering (unit Is Project Calif. FH-20 B2, D2. E2. F3 
1000 gals ) • G3, J, Almanor, Plumas National 

Proposition %'. ' \^%lf^^; ^»"™^« County. 

(1) 450.000 c.y. dry fill; 7^°,'^."''''' , 
(la) 5 550 000 c.y. hydraulic fill; ! (1> 3000 c.y. unclass excav. ; 

(2) lioOOO s.y. compaction to 95%! ^2) 15 c.y. unclass excav. for struc. ; 
density ' | (3) 4500 c.y. do for borrow; 

• (^) 5000 M.' gals, watering (unit is I (4) 15,000 sta. yds. overhaul; 
' 1000 gals); ' ^5' 1*^^ ^y- n^iJes special overhaul 

- . . _. ..I of borrow; 



U. S. 30. north of Georgetown Sum- guo 45258, REQ. 61475: 
mit in Bear Lake County, a Federal , ^ 20 000 gallons asphaltic emulsion. 
Aid Project No. F-65 (2). Plans and ; penetration type, delivered into stat* 
specifications are available f rdm the [g^^ks or drums at vendor's plant, 
above office or from the district engl- ' 



Fresno. 



neer at Pocatello upon deposli of $5. i quo. 45264, REQ. 76476: 

A guaranty in 5 per cent of *,mount • ^ _qq^ callons emulsified asphalt, 

"^'^- 'penetration type, f.o.b^ LOS Flores 

I maintenance station. District No. 7. 
IqUO. 45028. REQ. A111425: 
,16.000 lbs. 21-30 penetration air- 
, refined asphalt In 100- lb. paper car- 



i^ 



OuantiUes for Items 4 to 31 are the I V^ uuiruw. , — J^g, %i/ai<i?D aM#^ f\tt 

samrfor ProposlUons A and B , (6) 11.056 miles fine grading, sub- , 41 GAS, WATER ANP OIL 

<4) 125 000 cy rehandling; ' grade and shoulder; • __ — -\ 

(5 125'000 cy, misc. excav.; I (7) 2000 M. gals, watering; ; 4/3/46 ! ** 

(6) 4,0()0 8.y. sub-base preparation;! (8) lump sum, provide and mam- glDS OPENED j quo 46071, REQ. 4215: 
(7 16 000 tons crushed rock base; tain water plant or plants; = SAN FRANCISCO-Fred T. IFairey, ; ^f ^^^ g. ^^ g-cylinde 
— , (r\ bo' teas Drirae coat; <8» 37.500 tons crushed gravel or 1574 25th Ave.. San Francisco, at 

31.32— WATER SUFPLY & ^®^ ^ * ^ ■ ■ - ■ " — ^"- —■ • — 



\, itons, f.o.b. Oceanside. 
* , April 8 

UO. 46071, REQ. 4215: 
One 6- or 8-cyllnder %-ton light 



(9) 600 toas plant-mix surfacing; 



, 1874 25th Ave., San Francisco, at ^ Redding. 

; $5647.15, submitted low bid to the , '^'^^'^"" ^ „ 9 

T>..K1i;r. TTf4IU4<i<> r"nmTnis.<jinn. R(K»m ' ~ w^t:^^ iot. 



__ ! crushed st9ne base course; .»oo'»<.io, jsuuimi-tcu .«.» ../•>. -« — 

SEWAGE DItfOSAL (lO) 206 s.y. bit. seal coat ; ' ; dO) 230 tons medium curing cutback j public Utilities Commis.sion., Room | j^^; ^g^ . 

KU\NTra^ ^^"^ 810.000 s.f. portla-nd cement con-L^ ffP^*!L*°^P'"A™^_^_°fAL*„ ,..-1287. City Hall, under Water _t>ej>ari- ^ Q^*;^^^ ^^j^; ^"^.^^ ^^ 



Crete pavement; 



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4/3/46 • 

BIOS WANTED— 

TO BE OPENED APRIL 4. 10:30 AM 

REPAIR BUILDING 

FRESNO. Fresno Co.. Calif. Corner , rials are available 

Inyo and A Sts. (Ball Playgrounds) 
Repairs to recreation building. 
Owner — City of Fresno, City Clerk. 

City Hall. 

Plans and specifications obtain- 
able from the office of the city clerk. 



"jurg- ^,^ will DC receivea oy t.ne iNonn \joasi, • -,. i,,_-, a,,n 

Architect— Philip D. Tomasello, RFD county Water District. Flrehouse, ^"^ J"™P J|,, 

1. Box 411, Mill Valley. 1 sharp Park, for construction of water .... XnrT, f ft 

Contractor— Bernard E. Enes. RFD 1, distribution system for San Pedro ^^*' ti^J J.*^ 



77 I (12) none — portland cement adjust 1 „ ^„ ^ ^. , *». „i, 

'^ ment price, to compensate for j (12) 160 tons medium curing cutback 

change In requirement for ce- | asphalt for seal coat ; 

ment m concrete as provided ini(13) 15,500 tons plant mixture; 

Se specifications; '(14) 700 tons asphalt for plant mix- 

sum, drainage of existing! ture; 



j asphalt for prime coat; ,287, City Hall, under Water Depart- |*^X,_^ ._,' power brooms, mounted 

1(11) 1300 tons cover aggregate f or | ^g^t Contract No. 418. ^o^^ laying ! ^^^^^JJ^JJ^^'j^^jj.^^ 4-wheel trailers. 



seal coat; 



* • i,««^^f :on pneumatic-tired 4-wheel trailers. 

6- and 8-inch cast iron mjiins In v 4.cyiinder gas engine not 

Quintara Street and 4l8t A>enue. .f"^*';^^^^ jg ^p., Rough Universal 

Work Involves: [ i Mr.ri«.i F or eoual fob. San LuU 

(1) 1920 l.f. excav and backfill: ' ^^^^1. °^ *^"*'' 

(4a) 920 If. install 6-in. b+11 ^"^ ^^'^^.e^O, REQ. 6134 : 

' One only, power broom, mounted 



Box 480. Pittsburg. 

Construction is expected to begin 



distribution system for San Pedro 
I Terrace area. 

The work Involves; 



v^onsirucLiuii la cAt-c^icu cv/ i/<=6*^ -i-ug worK invoives : I MR^ unn 1 f 18 inch 

within a few weeks as soon as mate- (j) 24OO lin. ft. 6-ln. O.D. welded steel [JlJJ JJJ if. n-lncl 



v«.»s, I spigot cast iron pipe; 

area; i <15) 16 Lf. corru. galv. sheet metal (4b) 1000 l.f . install 8-inch do : 1 on'^'nneumatlc-Tlred Vwheel trailer, 

in. sale glazed vitrified I ,^^ culvert pipe; ! (5. 2800 lbs. install fitting^, g^^^ ^", J7"^Xder gas engine, 15 hp.. 

rlav Dine- (16) 2 each remove and reset head- , valves, etc.; . S"v.r>, TTwlversal Model E or equal, 

(15) 5Ml.fl5-ln.relnf. concrete pipe i avails; i (6a) 260 l.f. make bell and| spigot _ Hough Ur^^vej^al^Modei «q 



22-26— RESIDENTIAL 
BUILDINGS 

4/3/46 •• 22 

PLANNED 

REMODEL HOTEL Cost, $300,000 

SAN MATEO. Calif. Benjamin Frank- 
lin Hotel. 44 3rd Ave. 

Modernization of hotel plus addition 
of two wings with 100 more rooms 
at the rear of the hoteL 

Owner — Dr. H. C. Warren. California 
Sanitorium. Ralston Rd., BelmonL 

Lessee — Barney Vander Steen. 

Immediate plans call for expansion 

of the hotel; future plans Include 

construction of a "Top of the Mark" 

cocktail lounge on the rooftop, patio 

row of shops, etc. 



(17) 400 l.f. 21-lnch 

(18) 1,100 l.f. 24-lnch 



do; 
do; 
do; 



27— -TRANSPORTATION 
BUILDINGS 



P P • f 1 fZ) 1 1 no 1 T ^4-lIlCQ 00 ' • ^» • •-..*■- -- — — , 

(2)4430 lln. fL 4-ln. translte PlP« no^ an 1 f '21-ln corru metal pipe; 1(19)24 each timber guideposts 
(pipe furnished by district) ; \tZ'. Ti .1 ii/.l^^ ^^. ^ ^ Snecifications obtainable from 



.(17) ib each timber culvert markers; ' '"**' folnts'for'pVpe and flttibg^ ; ! fob. San ^^"^*^'"^','?°-, 

i(18) 124 each remove and reset cul- , (g, 74 each install %-in. scretw taps; I JM> 

i — -^ — '•i--~ ' (9)1840 Lf. Install %-»nch | service QUO. 45613. Rli|Q.o"^ 



vert markers ; 



e lurnisnea oy aistnci; ; ■ .nn-. an 1 # 

(3) 600 lin. ft. 3-in. galvanized steel J*JJ l^^^i 
pipe ; 

(4) 1 6-ln. pressure reducing valve; 



24-inch 



2 7 (5) 6-in., 4-in. and 2-in. gate valves; 
: (6) 60 %-ln. service connections. 

Plans and specifications obtainable 



, ,^ ,« ..,.-„ do- Specifications obtainable from me 

each 21-i automatic drainage! above office upon dep osit of $10.00 

(22) 1 each 24-lnch do; A/'i/Afl ** 40 



<23) 350 Lf. 21-ln. corru. metal PlP«' tioyJcp 

furnished by city, to be Installed j "^^jsKIYOU COUNTY, Callf.-A rep 



, One only! portable roller. Uttleford 

(A> Materials furnished «}» serv" ! ^„_ ..-,„ REO 16^8- 

L-;t.,-an?75VcaT ^''' ^0^^^^^ 
complete bids follow :_^ ! J^er f ab l^or^h HoUy^ood via 



:t)(.°x,'l!:'T^i'T°^" '^'^'' ' Plans'and specifications obtainable ,,., l^ ? 24 Z coV^^ metal pSJ SISKIYOU COUNTY Callf.--A rep- ; -^7^. Falrey. (1) $0.49, (4ja) $0.23. loader 

TERMINAL ,f ff^ f^ p wilsey district ' ^^*^ ^ vA k ?fJ^' ^ ^' resentatlve of the district office of 1 ^^S (5) $0.04. (6a) $0.7<^. (8) $1, freight 

SAN FRANCISCO. Fremont Street. , ^^°'J^°;"^^°J^^f furnished by city; • ^^ Division of Highways ^^^^ liV J ^iaO) ZdeLVB A 

Construction of new motor coach , |?rfke1%o. upon^epo^t of % | <26) 1 each^ 21-in. ,a">9"?»"° .J"^^* meet prospective bidders for the pro- ; '^^^^^J^r^iciio wlt«r Department. QUO. i 

terminal (186x27-ft.) steel and glass, *^^*^ ^^°' upo deposi t ot ♦o. gate furnished by city, Loged project in Siskiyou County (II- I af $0 60^4a) $0 20, (4b) $0.25, (5) ! One 



April 15 

jiiicci. pxuoH^^".- — Mr- San Francisco Water Department. .QUO. 45610. Rfi.Q. f^"''^^.,„ ^.-^ 

posed project m Siskiyou County (II- I f*Jo ™4^) ^.20, (4b) $025, (5) One ^as - powered, pneumatlc^tired 
^ !si8-72-B,C). for which bids are to bf , iii>4* "St) fO.70, (8) $1. (9) $(f.30, (10) wheel-type tractor, f.o.b. Eureka via 
''received in Sacramento on April !«• | 25 davs • total, $5837.65. I .freight 

1946. ' I ' RH:Q. 26515% : 

iwAiXL.x^. oiox^x« V..V,.,.., ^w.w/v, ; v*«/ ^ ^.- -— . c-jjj representative will meet pros- _ _ - - , - - : q.^^ gas-powered, pneumatlc-iirea, 

Ident lORANGEVALE. Sacramento Co. Cal. (29) 11 each removal of Inlets; I pective bidders at the service staUon -- - , O If ■ • 1 wheel-tvpe tractors, f.o.b. Willits via 

Architect— B. Reede Hardman, 2068 ! improvements to water system in- (30) 60 each reinstalling Inlets ; •>' Couear. about 16 miles northeast | IUM/»|ifnAW*17 Xr fVltltPiri^ll freight." 

AUston Way. Berkeley. I volving Installation of three miles i (31) iY^P,.«'i^v''!^H°''4-''* drainage jat ^^'^J^^^^^^^ay, April 12. 1946. at \ IfiaCllUlCry (X IfUllCl W I Note: 2 tractors on Req. 26515% to 



age gate furnished by city; 
(26) 1 each 24-lnch do; 

• 31! (27) 700 l.f. salvaging 21- and 24-ln. 
corrugated metal pipe; 
Cost, $35,000 i (28) 4 each new InleU ; 



structure, 4 sliding doors at front , 
of building. 4/3/46 

Owner — Key System, 1106 Broadway, PLANNED 

Oakland, Alfred J. Lundberg, pres- j WATER SYSTEM 

!" 

r 

Contractor— Monson Bros., 475 6th St I of 24-and 12-inch mains. ) oy"^-"'^° '^KTri^oVi- *«,«, fh«ll0-30 A M 

' Owner— Orangevale Water District, SpeclflcaUons obtainable from the ii^-^ ^ ^ 

• • Orangevale, Sacramento County. ; cashier's office, 6th floor 425 Mason | 

* _-• _. 'street, upon deposit of $10.00. 



structures X and Y. 



4/3/46 

BIDS OPENED , Engineer— Not Given 

TERMINAL ISLA'ND, Los Ange- 

les Co., Calif. — Bids were received ; 4/3/46 



i Street, upon deposit or $io.w. '4/3/46 ** 

; Following contractors have taken j^^^/^^ prinTS AVAILABLE 

1 out plans- ^ ^ > a\ SACRAMENTO, Calif .—State High 

Guy F. Atkinson Co., Orange and 1 's-^-'-xwv"^*- ^' ^ . 



40 



26 



4/3/44J « 

LOW BIDDERS 

DAVIS DAM, Arizona-Nevada.— W. 
S. Ford. Kingman, Ariz., at (Sch. 1) 



by the U. S. Navv. Public Works Of- , CONTRACT AWARDED ! Guy F. ^-^tklnson J^o .Jjnmge ami ^^. Engineer G. T. McCoy announces 

flee U. S. Naval Base .Terminal ' SAN FRANCISCO.-N. O. Wiseth, Railroad Aves., Soutii San ^^j!,^^ cost of b:ue prints now available for 
Island (San Pedro), March 26. for:711 McAllister St., at $1575 awarded. Union Paving Co.. ziz ijaococa : ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^.^.^^^ ^^^^ ^jjj ^^^ opened 
the construction of three two-story .contract by the Public Utilities Com- Bldg., San *^^c»?\°: _-, «... ' in Sacramento on April 17 and in Los 

reinforced concrete service buildings . mission. Room 287. City Hall, under, San Francisco Bridge Lo., ooj Jxiar j^^^^^^^ ^^ ^p^n ig; 
on Piers Nos. 1, 2 and 3. at the U. Igpec. 411-A, for construction of Lin- jket St, San J^ancisco. ™-Pl«rht II-Plu-523, across Hamilton Branch, 

S Naval Shipyard. Terminal Island ' coin Park pumping station building., Macco Construction «..o., '""B""- ; j^^j^^^gj^ gj Meadows and Lassen 

and Ferry Sts., Oakland i county line: Plans (Including sales 

Piombo Bros. & Co., 1371 Turk o*-. . „. iigo. .... 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports in this section are cjlassl- 
fied as follows: 



Misc. Supplies & Materials 
Machinery snd Equipment 



42 
43 



r 



ATTENTION, CONTRACTORS! 

Immediate Delivery 



FINEST QUAUTY 



Concrete Blocks 

Peninsula Concrete Products Co. 

SAN MATEO, CALIF. 
3991 Pacific Blvd. - - - Phone San Mateo 5-1438 



33~-BRIDGES 

4/3/46 •• 32 

BIDS OPENED 

BURLINGTON. Wash. — Thorburn 
& Logozo. 4608 36th St. SW., Seattle, 
submitted the low bid to the City of 
Burlington, Wash., March 20 at '*' 



tax), 11.23; cross-sections (including 
San Francisco. * ! «aies tax) : total cost plans 

Olympian Dredging Co., 525 Market . ^ale«tax)_...;°j»^ ^P^ ^^, 

St., San Francisco. ci 9q i 

Hubert H. Everist Sr., 604 mission »L«^^^g ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^. 

San Francisco. 



-, be equipped with sultabTe power take 
I : off to operate Model DW-SO BE GU 
2-yd. hydraulically operated scraper. 

'4/3/46 •• « 

BIDS POSTPONED 

DAVIS DAM PROJECT. Arizona- 
Nevada.— Until April 19. 2 P. M. (post- 
poned from April 5), bids will be re- 

' ceived by the Bureau of Reclamation, 
Denver, Colo., for furnishing f.o.b. 
shipping point or Phoenix and Tuc- 

' son, Ariz., electrical equipment for 
the Phoenix and Tucson substations, 



ilng T^ MTCr CI Tppf ICC AND ' Davis Dam Project, Arizona-Nevada; 

and 4Z— '^'^^'^^ySll^i^^J^'^^" ispec. 1211; 1 self-cooled transformer. 

MATEKlALIp ' 15,000-kva., 66.400/115,000 y to 13,000 

— ^ delta-volt, 3-ph«use, 60-cycle, outdoor, 

„ ' oil immersed, and with 3 single-pole 

lightning arresfers for 13,800-volt un- 

— •• irx"- ^ , J .r,.L 4 ' grounded -neutral circuit; 4 outdoor 

'^"'^^^- r^ t.^r Tnr 112 Market ' $4.3T; "iotal cost plans and cross- COLX)RApO. - Colorado Cjhnstruc- f ^ circuit breakers, 115,000-volt 

Ben C. CJerwlck, Inc.. 112 Market *^^o^^^^^ (including sales tax), $5.69. tors. Inc., Denver. Colo., at $705^228.50, fl^.„^„^r« with automatic recloslnj 



St., 



;., San Francisco. .,« Plans (Includine sales tax), $1.38; 4/3/46 
case ConstrucUon Co.. Box *^^ .^^^^iJ^.toT^nc^^^^^ LOW BIDDERS 

Alameda. ' 



of Ben C. Gerwlck, inc.. iiz ^'^^''V^ Sections (including sales tax), $5.69. tors. Inc Denver. Colo., ''^^ ^^^^^^' eOO-ampere, with automatic recloslng 

(1) St., San Francisco. ^„^ „ , * o* Tl.Si3-72-BC between Cougar and submitted the low bid to A. F. Hewitt, eQuipmenf 1 outdoor type oil circuit 

$210,669. for concrete pipe and (2) ^^^arles U^Harney, 625 Market St. ^ ^H^S^^^^ is.OOO-volt. 1^-ampere. 3 



I2 oS for cW pipe "fo" the con- San FrancUco^ ! available. _ ' ^'^'^^ni'vlp No S (^ (1) Unit ^'••'^«'^'^^^^*"K switches, 115,000-volt, 
struction of a sewer system and a ^ Pacific Bridge Co., 333 Kearny St.. . ^jj.l.^.26.L.A, on Ramona Free- ; combined FAP Na ^-G O^; Unit ^,^^^^^^ ^^^ manually-gang op- 
sewage treatment plant at Burling- ^an Fran^sca , between Macy St. and 1°^ ^^ j!^,/'^"*^ P'^J^^* Jlf^^^ ground blades; miscellaneous 
ton. Wash. Plans and specifications Eaton & Smith, 715 Ocean A^«-. , g^fpj^^g (including sales tax), $1.23; ' Unit No. 2 a grading proj^^^^^ 

were prepared by Engineer Harry H. ^an Francisco & ConstrucUon ' total cost plans (Including sales tax). , miles Jong located b^^^^ switches; miscellaneous 15,000- 

Sisler 221 First St.. Klrkland. Wash. Western ?r^^^5;°g & 9°"8^^ .^ 23. ' ^"^ Durango on S. H. No. 19. San ^^^^ disconnecting switches and cur- 

The bids received were: Co 315 Park Central Bldg.. Los An- *i.^^.^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ *>« ^HS" ?v,""*^in^ hMH.r« we«*. ' ^ent transformers; 2 outdoor type 

Thorburn & Logozo, (1) $210,669, (2) geles. _,^„„ o„ r tA imi made payable to the Department of ', The three low omaera wer^. i potential transformers, 15,000- volt and 

$210 m * S • ^ ^ * • ■ , Hydmulic Dr^ging^j^ Ltd.. 1221 ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ j,,^,,,^^ of Highways. : Colorado Constructors, In«^., $706.- , ^^^^.n^^^ous lightning arresters and 

C. V. Wilder, Bellingham, Wash., Central Ba^nk^Bhi^g^. ^^ ^^^^^^ accompany the order to ^ 288.50^_ ^ ^_ ^ Monaghan ^ Asso- j otber electrical eqm^^ 



this office. 



in Francisco. Rp„uesS for the above plans, sped- , ciates, Denver. $832,395.60. 

George Pollock Co.. Forum Bldg.. ..^^t^^l'^f nH n7onSS fo?m must be i Northwestern Engineer . 



, (1) $214,558, (2) $221,493. 

Matt Malaspina & Co., Seattle, (1) "^"I^^v- nrf^drine Co.. 260 Caiifomla! Sacramento, CaUf. i4/d/4o 

$261,579. ' '™J1KS JJICUB»"6 I r»l,,^ niHntQ nf 



I to prospective bidders for specific - 
tions ; to others, $1.50. 



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! 4/3/46 
42 '■ BIOS WANTED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 13. 



icram^uiu, ^-»"i^■ .♦' nine WANTED 

:»>i,o'». Icf Q«n Francisco ■ Blue prints of plans are sold at ^ '°%j7^r'' GALLEY PDiOJBCT. 1 3 P. M.. bids will be received by the 
•Possible error in schedule; total jSt^^ San Fr^an^cisco.^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ returnable for re- CENTRAL VALLEY PItOJBCi. ^ „ „_ o,n r^^*« «... 



subject to revision. 



: fund. 



PLASTERING MATERIALS - CEMENT - GRAVEL 

SAND - BRICK - BRICK MORTAR - WIRE NETTING 

METAL LATH - PLASTER BOARD 

Distributors for 

J. S. GUERIN & COMPANY 

720 FOLSOM STREET -:- Phone: SUtter 4696 

CERTAIN-TEED ROOFING PRODUCTS 



' l4*T'll.TlciSCO 

I standard Dredging Corp.. 800 Cen- 
S8 ' tral Bldg.. Los Angeles. 1 4/3/40 



Calif ornia-UntirA^ril 16. fiP. M.. Purchaser of Supplies. 270 City HalU 
bWs A^llbe wcelvS by the U. S ^ under Bid No. 3521 for furnishing and 
Bureau of RecUmlTSi. Denver, Colo. !d^ drafting tables and fllea 



0/-XU ' under Bid No A-48 764-A-1 for (1) i f or the San Francisco Airport 
DNTRACT AWARDED JS 000 pieces %-ln. 'round deformed Specifications obtainable from the 
TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif. •- OH- ^^^^ gj f^^ g mches long, and (2) ■ above office. 
i._ m _i.t_^ r^r\ onri wnoenix ^ -' . , .. .-.^ , ■._ »^\%. • - 



• • ^ 



^/^^'*®„*^^ *v*.Aor,.r« Amlricain Dredging Co., 1419 Broad- ; CONTRACT AWARDED 
CONTRACT AWARDED i "'^^^ ,^* ^ , ttthama COUNTY. < 

SAN RAFAEL. Marin Co.. Calif .--; way, Oakland. ! f ieTS^^ckiSg Co: 'and" Phoenix ^Ts^-Veces do 31 feet To^g. f.o.b. ; 

S°'-7«.^^« "".m'oTt sS45?;u^; 'Construction Co., Box 751 Bakers- , J15^^p*^f^«, ^//^, p^ant. Central • 

Bonita St., Sausallto, at $2458, suD- atS508 837 32, awarded contract ?i' »(^^^^ ^f" roiifornia. ; 4/3/46 

mitted low bid and awarded contract ! -———=r ' bv c H Purc«lt state director of ;Vane> Project , Califor nia. ^ WANTED 

by the City of San Rafael, city clerk. 39 bbWISKa , oy k.^ «.. r^u • ^ f^^ about ' .. 42 VALLEJO. Solano Co.. Calif.— Until 

City Hall, San Rafael, for construe- TTZ^^f^irslnlen^hto be graded and ^f/^^^ ^F SALE .April 10, 10 A. M., bids will be re- 

tion of concrete bridge structure 4/3/46 ^ ^^^^.^^^ ** I Lrf^ced witHSnt mix surfacing on ; ^ OTIC 



$4146.90. 



3 3; 



Hall, San Rafael, f<fr Sun Valley 
■ drainage improvements. 



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MASTER GASOLINE GENERATORS 

Portable 
Lighting Plants 

From 
Q50 WatU to 15 KW 

Generate Your Owb 
Electricity Right on Job 

AVAILABLE STOCK 
FOR RENT OR SALE 




KERR EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

160 Tenth SL ^slTViASS^i Ph. MArbet 1651 



^OjFrancisco under Sal^" No. B- 3^-46 »n|s^^^^^^^^^ obtainable from the 
* " for sale of salvage building materials ^ office 

, _. . land supplies located at the Chicago j above office. 

I AI^MEDA. Alameda Co., Calll.— 1 g^j^ ^ j^on Co. plant. Eureka. '.,,,.- •• 42 

39 Gallagher & Burk, 900 73rd Avenue, ^ ; ^3/46 « 

OaklWid. at $10,564.30 awarded con- I 3/^g .. 42 BIDS WANTED 

i._ _ i->..v.iin Drkorla Anmm- • -. 



; 4/3/46 
CONTRACT AWARDED 



4/3/46 

BIOS WANTED 4/3/46 

birt^rbT'rUw^'i' by the^'utah PLANNED' ; Oak^d. ^^^'^'^^ ^oT^rJici^Tn- \'^^^4^^. ^^ ^^^^ i " ^ j "aXk FIRi^cIsCO.-UntU April 12. 

State Road Commision. State Cap- FRESNO. Calif -The City of EYes- , tract bj V?h««C Morris division '^^Tif l^^lMT^^ro Until Anril 16 3 P- M., bids will be received by the 

ftoi Salt LaKf City, for construction no plans the sewering of Fresno Por- istratlon. Chaa a Morris^ ,n^t^ J^w^^l^i? 1^ rw^ewJd by Purchaser of Supplies. 270 City Hall, 

of ^ncrete Sd st^eel bridged Em- ; tals. etc. Hearing of protests «<^b«<i- ! ^"^"'^"•/^^^^Si'^S' 0T71 mne « NaJll^SriZ^ L^tJSSron and under Bid No. 3522 for fumUhlng 

Uf^d^a. Pederal^Aid Project No.|^6^^^^^^ _ _ _ :\^ ,^!^\^^\^}^^-^\T^ obtainable from t.. 



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A. 1 Francisco. ^ ! 10 A. It, bids will be received by the 

2 War Assets Corp., Consumer Goods 
Division, 30 Van Ness Ave., San Fran- 



____^_^___^— '$4111.15 2'^r 117 aa>». Buumiiieu uniy:»/o/»o 

0^M rk ^ mao ncoiTD-i/rkrDC .A. hid to the U. S. Bureau of Reclama- , LOW BIDDERS „ » , . 
34 DAMS, RESERVOIRS & ^Id to tne ^ sacra- NAVAJO COUNTY, Ari^--A. 

DREDGING ' • -- ---- t«- r^-vn^A #«, »«*_ iTU-^-tin «t Sl.«i4.841. submitted low 



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4/3/46 
LOW BIDDERS 
CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT, 4/3/46 



! r„'.o°w ^°llrT„rD-r5l for^T. I Mi-^^.-.^lM'^C -bmlSea low bid | ,,3,,, 

' SSc«on'or..wer «.d water i,y.t«n ' .0 the PubUc Ro^a Aamm.^r.tio=. , BIOS WANTED 



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34 for Tracv trailer camp. 



^ W. JefTe«on "sT. Phoenix. Ariz.. ; "'v^^L^oT S° ano Co.. Cailf.--Un- ; ^^-^ -<JjJ ^ales Na 45^ f or st«jl 
I for the construction of 4.527 ndl«.. .jj ^ ^1 19. 10:30 A. M., bld^ will be ^"f^f^^/JJ ^f *^**|"NavS MrBuT- 
•• »' Project Arizona FH-30-A3. Globe- .^^^j^^ ^y Vallejo Unified fchool ; g^^). located at U. S. Navai Air m» 
Ca^if^r^iX-The'f^li^ng'submTtted erbs WANTED 1 Show low Highway. Sitgreaves Na- I jj-^^rtct. john R. Alltucker;, Secre- Uon. Moffett Field. 

fow b^s^o the U^ Burlau of Rec- j ^ MODESTO Stanislaus Co., Calif.- tional Forest, Navajo County Ariz. ^ Carolina _ St. ^ Vai ejo for i 



. l^maUon.'Denver.' Colo.rundeV si>ec 1 AsTr^>^ousTy reported^ntir April 24, ! Second "^dOiirt low bids foUow : 
iNo. 1173 for furnishing and deliver- 17.30 P. M., bids will be received by Wallace & Walta^e, $179.00-4. 

ingr f o b. cars at the shipping point the City of Modesto, Rex E. Gallfus, ; Law & Law, $179,OM. 

I or f.o.b. cars at Friant, Calif., at the I citv clerk, 717 10th St., Modesto, for 1 „ ^ 

■ option of the bidder, two SS-lnch In- construction of two concrete digesters 4/3/4« 

terior differential needle valves with (flO-ft. In diameter and 21-ft deep); LOW BIDDERS 



furiilshing approx. 60,000 gal* of fuel ^/« 

oU to the vi^?"^'«=!2g* »°;^%*'S)' ! ColSi^if FALLS, Mont-Untll 
trict from Jply 1, 1946 to June 30. . ^^^^ ^^2 P. M. bids will be receired 

***^" .* ..» w*^<...KiA Hmm the by the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, 

Specif icaUons obtainable from the ; oy me ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ 



control stands, paradox controls, sup- j cost, $30,000. 
ports and anchor bolts, and erection ) Specifications obtainable from the 
equipment ; eight 96-lnch hoUow-Jet 1 office of City Engineer Frank J. 
valves, with valve controls. Inter- ! Rossi, Modesto, 
'mediate shafU. anchor brackets and — ■ 



NAVAJO COUNTY. Ariz.— Biggs 
Contracting CO., Phoenix, Ariz., at 
$128,233:25, submitted low bid to the 
Public Roads Administration, SOS W 



4/3/46 

BIDS WANTED 

^uuc ,w«u» ^^^ . ^ • SAN FR^CISCO.-Until April 18, 

Jefferson St., Phoenix. Ariz., for the 2 P. M-. bids will be received by the 



above office. 



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Custom House, Denver 2. Colo., under 
Inv. No. 80,a25-A for distribution 
transformers, etc., fo-b. shipping 
point and/or Columbia Falls, Mont. 

(Centiniied on Page Four) 



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PAJLY #AWJF4C ^ U.1 JLP^J^ 



WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3, If4i 



P erM>i ig, Ccwi|hrAc!iii^ 




BUILDING PERAOTS 

AppJjcatioBji 



•/SH FRANCi^CQ 



East Palo Alto; builder, Axo * 
Okerman, Palo Alto. 

RESIDENCE, H500; Lota 36 and 87, 
Block 16, Paloma Ave, Salada 
Beach; owner, F L Newton, 600 
Market St, San Francisco ; builder, 
R T Hale. 1470 California St, San 
Francisco. 

RESIDENCE, $6000; Lot 22, Block 6. 
Bayview Ave, Lomlta Hills; owner 
and builder, Sherwood Roman. 

RESIDENCE, f6600; Lot 6. Block 56. 
3rd Ave, Belle Haven Subdivision 
No 2; owner. Royal E Mol^ea; 
builder. H G Peterson. 

RESIDENCE AND GARAOE, 96000; 
Lot 23, Block 406, Temeecal Way, 
Highlands of Elmerald Lake No 4; 
owner and builder. Mack Wade. 110 
S Claremont, San Mateo. 

RESIDENCE, $6000; Lot 5. Block 6, 
Lomita Ave. Lomlta Hills; owner 
and builder, Sherwood Roman, 662 
Stanyan St, San FrancUco. 

RESIDENCE. $9000; Lot W, Block 4. 
Laurel Ave, Nort|i Palo Aito; own- 
er and builder. Thomas J Carleton, 
318 Laurel Ave, Palo Alto. 

WATER TANK, $1200; 28.538 acres, 
South San Francisco School Dis- 
trict; owner and builder, Adolph 



DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (8), 
16600 each ; S Alemany 80, 106. 18^ 
155 E Congdon; N Trumbull 80, 
105, 130, 155 E Congdon ; owner and 
builder, David Burton. 678 Vienna. 

ELECTRIC SIGN, |2M0; 2 Geary St; 
owner, Granville's Jewelry; prem; 
builder, Electrical Product Corp. 
«10 -Harrison St 

ALTER DWELLING. $1200; U9 Val- 
ley St; owner and builder. L M 
Black, 108 Congdon. 

ALTER DWELLING. 91000; 291 Sur- 
rey; owner, Mrs Keller, premises; 
builder. Ja<^ Callaifhan, 900 Clay- 
ton. 

ALTER DWELLING. 91000; 43 Milan 
Terrace; owner and builder, Geo T 
Robinson, premises. ! 

ALTER BANK OFFICES, 9900; 464 i Schenone, Route 1, Box 488. Colma. 
California; owner, American Trust I WAREHOUSE. $12jD00: 540.569 acres. 



REMODEL, 97000; 2550 El Caminoi 

owner and builder, L F Bribnetti 
DWELLING and garage, 9l0/)00; 

1035 Grand; owner, O A Osborne; 

contractor, B L Osborne. 
DWELLING, 7-room, and garage, 

912,000; 103 Eaton Viliace Place; 

owner, J £ Taytor; contractor. A 

L Davinroy. 
DWELLING, five-room and garage, 

^8000; 416 Alameda; owner, Mr 

QloQOvooni; contractor, P D Sca- 



/ e07 Turk St 150 W Webster ; owner. 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 



Recorded Accepted 

Mar 28, lft46— LOT 22 BLK 407, 
Highlands of Emerald Lake. Robt 
£ Berringer to whom it may 

concern... .March 28, 1946 

Mar 28. 1946— LOT 17 ptn Lot 18 
Blk 22, White Oa^w- Kenneth H 

^eucus, etc to P J Murphy 

.ji^rch 28, 1*46 



tena, 1269 Shafter Ave, San Fran- Mf\r 28. 1946— LOTS 41 and 42 Bay- 

c*»co- I view* Heights. Louis S Morton 

REMODEL store. 95000; 2666 .Broad- I to Baker & Morton .J«arch 26, 1946 

wayj^ owner and bulkier, Baird's Mar 28, 1946— LOT 15, Selby Lane 

Acres. Luke Rizxeto, etc to Jos 

F Millett. Jr Jiarch ;23, 1946 

Mar 38, 1*46— LOT 12 Blk 3, San 
Mateo Villa Park. Oscar Rims- 
l^lk, etc to whom it may concern 

L M^rch 21. 1946 

Mar 28. 1946^l6t 18, l>evereux 
Manor. Frank Tavares. etc to 
A R Schmidt _March 19. 1946 



Co, premises; builder, Swinerton A 

Wajberg Co, 225 Bush. 
ALTER FLATS. 9800; 3080 Market; 

owner and builder, Frank Nevares, 

premises. 
ALTER DWELLING. 9600; 1481-41 

Broderlck; owner, Henry DenuKm, 

premises; not let 



Bayshore Highway, San Bruno 
School District ; owner and builder. 
United Air Lines, P O Box 3000. 
South San Francisco. 

RESIDENCE, 96000; Lot 23? owner 
and builder, Sherwood Roman. 

RESIDENCE, 96000; Lots 46 and 47, 
Myrtle St, Faber Subdivision ; own- 



ALTER DWELLING. 9520; 371 Lon- i er Leon P Crapuchettes, 1664 Green- 
don St; owner, Joseph Packer. 871 j wood Ave, San Carlos. 
London St; builder. United Roof ing I residence. 93700; Parcel 17. Coun- i 

• & Siding Co, 2906 Mission St. 

ALTER STORE. 9500; 819 Valencia; 
owner, J B Cash, prem; builder, 
Fred M Kimball. 218 9th Ave. 



DWELLING, six-room and garage, 
f7000; 1324 James; owner and con- 
tractor, L F Bourquin, 128 Iris St. 

STORE bldg and living qtrs, cone. 
418^000; 2806-11 Mtddlefield Road; 
owner and builder. J J Boccalero. 
^12 Laurel 

BLDQ. concrete, 95000; 411 lAthrop; 
owner and builder, Fcank Cuddy, i 

APT Building, three, 98000 ; 77-79-81 1 
James ; owner and builder, G Gi- 
gliutti. 



FRESNO 

STORE and service hldg, 943,000; 
0660 Broadway; owner. Diamond 
T Sales and Service; contractor, 
Trewhitt. Shields & Fisher. 

DUPLEX, 97000; 1295 Linden; own- 
er, Dan J Shorb. 

DWELLING and garage, ,97000 ; 1^30 j 
Klette; owner, John D Corsaro. ; 

OFFICE, 95000; 431 Olive; owner.; 
Lewis Ins Agency; contractor, Wm 



36576 6040 San Pablo Ave; owner, 1/3/46 

- BIOS WANTED 



City of San Francisco; contractor, Scheuster, contractor, M F J^<*/ ( ®t°® ™/l^" 
Frank F Goodman; 53 ouUets; 28 12 outlets; 1 switch; 2 fixtures; 1 pi. CENTRAL VALLEY 
,wlSes: 21 nluKS. 36577 1425 100th Ave; owner. SulU UnUl May 1, 2 PM. 



4 3 



PROJECT — 
bids will be 



608 4& cSuSJiiia; owner. Com- contractor. Collins Ellc Co; outlets; received by the U. & Bureau of B^- 
mercial Club; contractor. Columbia : switches ; fixtures; plugs; alter. ; UixnatiQn. Denver, under bpe<: 1356 

eSSSc moU^rs. i 36678 23^ Market Street; owner, 1 for furnishing and deUvenng fob 

"^'^""'44:^ Balboa; owner. Ameson; ! Ciit>'t«ch ;3trac^r S^u Electric ^^j:^^^J^^,^,^^:t..VJ'^'^.? 
contractor, Richmond Electric; 8 out- ,Co; 1 outlet; 1 switch, «gQ 
leu 8 switches; 8 plugs; service. i 36579 NE 8th Ave and E llth St; 

610 298 Gough ; owner, ; con- owner. Conlunercial Sales; codirac- 

tractor, G H Armstrong; tor, T L Rosenberg Co; moton. 

611 230 Washington ; owner. Chra- ■ 36580 4909 Broadway ; owner. 



selU Bros ; contractor. Pacific .Elec , Christenson and Lyons ; contractor, 
& Mech; 2 ouUets; 1 switch; motors. T L Rosenberg Co; 24 outlets; nx- 






^pi 



(AN FRANCISCO 



ALTER DWELLING, 9500; 619 Wis- 
consin St; owner, Joe Noto, prem; 
builder, Myron A Johnson, 321 
Foerster St. 



Hopkins Sc. Son. 
MXiJ^^i;.^^.*o.w, .rarcc. i.^uuu- DWELLING and garage, 95000; 1351 
try ^lub Park: owner and builder, ^^er owner. Chas R TUden. 

MM Moreno, Route 1, Box ^n. '^^^^^^ ^^op, 95000; 2406 Rail- 

c^ToSpE qWEn M000-Lot4 Block' ''"^^ = *'^°®''' ^^ ^"^^ ^°'' *^"" 
STORAGE SHED, 98000 , Lot 4. Block ■ tractor, Masgett Constr Co. 



8. Old County Rd. North Redwood r^-u^i t tntp s^AOft 24^^ Harvev -A-pril 2, 1946— LOTS 11 and 12, 
City: owner and builder. J SErvlne..^Wm.mNG,^^^ '^"' ""'"^'"" "''''^- 

Ti^iin^7r% \mM?-^lS''w^'B\oclc\^^^^^^ «^«^^- ^^' ^ Broadway; 
RESIDENCE 910.000, Lot 10, ^l^\ov^ner. S S Jermagian. 

5, Dexter Ave. Dumbarton Park, 1 DUELLING. 92500; 832 Geary; own- 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Granted 



^ owner and builder, Charles A Wieg 
I man. 2765 El Camino Real, Red- 
} wood City. 

RESIDENCE. 96500; Lot 5, Block 57, 
! 3rd Ave, Belle Haven Subdivision 



April 2, 1946—881-883 MARKET St. 
S F Holding Co and Wm H 
Voodfjeld, Jr, Albert Ichelson 
and David R Eisenbach as to 
iiQprovements on property. 

April 2, 1946— NW ELLIS & Pow- 
ell Sts. Wm F Humphrey and 
F Sanford Smith trustees estate 
Alice Butler, deed, as to im- 
provements on property. 



612 566 Kearny ; owner. Capital Co ; 
contractor, Pacific Elec A Mech Co; 
alterations. 

613 2550 Mission; owner. New Mls- 
slQn Theater: oontractor, JPacUic 
Elec & Mecb Co ; 

^4 656 Townsend; owner. ; 

contractor. Pacific Elec ^ yLaeh Co; 
2 plugs. 

615 Comer 8th Ave and Fulton; 
owner, £1 Portal Apartments; con- 
tractor. Pacific Elec & Mech Co; 6 

plUSB> 

6i6 2536 Noriega; owner, Silvar- 
berg; contractor. Liberty JJlectric Co; 
motors. I 

617 35 Oak Grove ; owner. _ — __ ; j 



tures; 4 switches; 2 plugs. 

36661 I8U1 and Campbell ; owner, , 
Herrick InDn Works; contractor. T 
L Rosenberg Co; alterationa 

36582 20f6 ^th Ave; owner, Ol- 
son; contractor. Special Owner; al- 
terations. 

36583 416 Darien; owner, Geoi^e 
Pittner; cototractor, S{>ecial Owner; 
service ; raifige. 

36584 1821 Woodhaven Way; own- 
er. C Kleiser ; contractor Special own- 
er ; outlets swltchee ; fixtures ; pi ; 
alterations. 

36585 S266 Grand Avenue; owner, 
Stephens; contractor. L R Wallace. 
Jr; 1 fixture. 

NW 2t8h and Broadway; 



contractor, Pacific Ga|H**lec^'ic Co; j 3<586 , ^ ♦ ^ ^««f«.^ 

' ^^ I owner. Empire Constr Co; contrac 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



er, Mose Sutter 
ADDN to dwelling, 91000 ; 153 Clark ; ; 

owner. Mrs L T Murphy. 
ADDN to dwelling, $1000; 2321 Fig: | 

owner, David Jones 



College Tract, Berkeley. Rebec- 
ca Roth as to improvements on 
property. 
April 2, 1046—6533 and 6535 TELE- 
GRAPH AVENUE, Oakland. A C 
Karski as to improvements on 
property. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



No 2; owner. Royal E McShea ; : ^^j^^^'g jiooo; 1147 Fresno; own 



builder, H G Peterson. 



MENLO PARK 



APF^IL 1, 1946 



DWELLING. 5-room and garage, 97,- 
! 000; 893 Roble; owner and builder, 
A G Backlund. 



er. Carlo Cetti, Sr 
ADDN to store, 9900 ; 1329 B Street ; I 

owner, V Damiani. 1 

ALTER winery, 9600; 2310 Railroad; 

owner, W P Bensen. 
ALTER dwelling, 9500; 751 Abbey; 

owner, Harry Bouchoukian 



lien Filed 



Maduiiery & Material 



MACHINERY AND 
EQUIPMENT 



at Coliisa, Antioch, Modesto, Friant. 
KeoUley, Lindsa\-, VlsaUa. Delano, 
Bakersfield, Reddmg and Chico, Cal., 
at the option of the bidder, 2U two- 
and 74 three-bedroom prefabncateo, 
or precut houses for Govemipent 
camps on the Central Valley Proj- 
ect. Houaee framed aad/<M' f|ali^- 
ed >Mib metal and ol equivalent 
construction will be considered. The 
houses will be erected by the Gov- 
ernment. No cliarge for copies of the 
spectfications to prospective bona 
fide bidders; to others, :l&SO. not re- 
turnable. For .particulars, address 
the Bureau of Reclamauon, I>eQYer. 



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4/dM6 
BIDS WANTED 

6AN LU4S OBISPO. Calif.— Unui 
April ^ 2 P. M.. hkls wiU be re- 
ceived by the State Division of Higb- 
wa>'s. L. H. Gibson, District Engi- 
neer, SO m^era St, San Luis Obis- 
po, for furnishing oil {UsUributore of 
(1> 1200-gal. capacity; U> 1200-^1.; 
{3) 2300-gai. capacity and tank tran- 
ers of U) «2P0-gal. capacity-; (5> 2200 
gaL capacity ; (6) 2600 gaL capacity 
and tank trucks of t?) ;aoo geu. ca- 
StfWrtty, (8; 3600-.gaL; {,») 3600-gal. 
capacity, for approx. 80 days' vww in 

'Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo. 

; Monterey and San Benito counties. 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



ALTER store front, 94000 ; 73 West , A G Backlund. owner Harry Bouchoukian. Recorded Amount 

Portal Ave; owner ,G McKelvle ;! DWELLING, 7-room and garage, 1 j^^p^jj^ dwelling, 9500; 1528 C St; April 2. 1946— 2119 WEST STREET 

architect, John il Devitt, 502 Mar-! 914,000; 440 San Mateo Dr; owner | Q^^^er Chas Volpe. Berkeley. Lincoln Lumber Co vs 

ket St; contractor. Wm Horstmey- 1 Mr and Mrs R Nichols; contractor, | ' - Rose Mason 9207.22 

er Co, 23 Mars St. \ Joe Parrish. ! __ ■ I April 1, 1946— LOT 5. Sterling Tr, 

INSTALL plumbing and electrical Nature of work omitted. 98.000; 239 1 PALO ALTO I Alameda. W R Peak vs Ruth E 
work in store, 92000; 72 West Por- ! Felton Dr; owner, W Corbu^ ; con- \ _ . j f^^ Linton W Knight 9865.00 



"einiso Army; owner, San Fran- jtor. Scott feuttner Elec Co; outlets; 
ci^ War Housing; contractor, Cen- switches; fixtures; plugs; temp, mo- 
tral Electric; 8 outlets. tors. 

619 77 Candlestick Cove Rd ; own- 
er. Candlestick Housing Authority; 
contractor, Central Electric ;8 out- 
lets ; 3 switches ; 9 plugs. 

620 815 Battery; owner. National 
Biscuit Co; contractor. Central Elec- 
tric ; 28 outlets ; motors. j ■i^' . — 

621 69 Piedmont ; owner, Dr Rap- 

paport ; contractor, Grandi Electric ; 1 43— 
outlets; 3 switches; 2 plugs. [ 

622 88 West Clay Park ; owner, Joe 1 

Koret ; contractor, Grandi Electric ; 

alterations. 4/2/46 

623 2189 20th Ave; owner, N W qiq^; VVANTEO 
Anderson; contractor, Adams Elec-, cOLORADO-BIG THOMPSON 
trie ; 12 outlets ; 10 switches ; 12 plugs ; i projeCT, Colorado.^UnUl April IX, 
service. i2 P. M., bids wUl be received at the ' st^yc-^,'^'^ 'i^],' ^aval District. Ex- 

624 1000 Rivera; owner, N W An- office of the Bureau of Reclamation, chanae Bldg. Seattle, Wash.; Speo. 
derson; contractor, Adams Electric; , Denver, Colo., for furnishing and de- 117478. April 19 IDA M " 

19 outlets; 15 switches; 22 plugs ;' nvering f.a.b. cars at the shipping ^ Giipin Construction Co., 4880 NW. 
service. • point or f .O.b. cars at Granby, Colo., pront Portland Ore, 

625 626 Divisadero; owner, Exclu- |at the opUan of the bidder, (1) 15.000- I pacific Bridge Co 333 Kearny SL 
sive French Laundry; contractor, volt. 600-an!ipere, 3-pole, single-throw, gan Francisco 8 Calif 
Malm & Welter; 1 outlet; 1 switch ;• outdoor type power circuit breaker 
motor. jwith automatic reclosing equipment; 

626 1528 Fillmore St; owner, S F i (i) 2^ -element. 3-pha8e.4-wire, watt- 
Bank ; contractor. Malm & Welter ; 1 ' hour recording demand meter with 
outlet: 1 switch. 



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Pros^iective Bidders 



Eight Piers, 
Tongue Point, Oregon 

BIOS: Officer In Charge of Cofi- 



tal Avenue; owner. Southwestern 
Development Co; contractor, Wm 
Horstmeyer Co. 23 Mars St. 

ALTER and addn of a two-family 
dwelling to 3-family dwelling, 9500; 
80 Pierce St; owner and builder, 
Andrew Bach^ls. 80 Pierce St. 

CEMENT floor in tavern. 9500; 1200 



92000; 138 Yale; owner and build- 

er, Dr and Mrs L H Lowell. 

Webster St ; owner. W ' R Cald- } DWELLING and garage. 99000 ; 1115 
well. Santa Cruz; owner and builder, 
EXTEND mezzanine bet 1st and 2nd Lorenzo Gugllelno. 
floors of mfg bldg, 91724; 110 Mln- DWELLING, frame, and garage, 911- 
na St : owner. Koret of California ; | 000 ; ; owner, Mr and Mrs 



tractor, Lindley Constr Co, 202 | resjj^eNCES and GARAGES (3), ,«,^ 
Felton Dr. j 9850O each ; 881, 887, 891 Oregon ; 

DWELLING, six-room and garage, 1 owner, Sherman Comblum, 2499 
$11,000; 1400 Middle; owner, R H Mlddlefield Rd; builder, Edward 
Heppe ; contractor, Walter Basye. comblum, 2499 Middlefield Rd. 
DWELLING.flve-room and ,g&ragt. 'RESIDENCE AND GARAGE, 90760; 

1245 Greenwood Ave; ow^er, Sher- 
man Comblum, 2499 Middlef Uld Rd ; 
builder, Edward Comblum. 2499 
Mlddlefield Rd. 



Icimseof Lieas 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



contractor. Hill & Smale, 586 6th j Fred Butow ; contractor, W Basye. 

Avenue. j DWELLING, five-room and garage, I DWELLINGS (4-room, stucco, frame 



SACRAMENTO 



Recorded Amount 

April 1, 1946— PTN U)TS 46 and 47. 
map Crocker Oaks, Oakland. C 
V Rogers to Morton J and Thel- 
ma Gaba , j91,329.75 



REMOVE front and Install new front • 911.000 ; San Mateo and Garden 
front to store, 9800 ; 686 Harrison ; ' Lane ; owner, O'Connell ; builder, 
owner and contrattor, H W Loskot ! Walter Basye. 
43 Milan Terrace. iADDN of frame gai|ige to dwelling. 

DWELLING, 2-story fr, and stores, 91200; 1070 Pine; owner and bulld- 
918,000: NE Cor Balboa and 36th er, Louia Ledesma. 
Ave: owner and builder E A Wach- STORE bldg, concrete block, 925,- 
ter, 862 28th Ave; architect. Cha«. | .000; 728 Santa Cruz; owner, R H 



Qecbidferiib 



and composition roof) (2), 95000 
each; 3225. 3215 56th St; owner and 
builder, Robert S Morris, 2240 ""♦^ | _ _,_ ,. 

Street 1 g^N FRANCISCO 

DWELLINGS (5-room, stucco, frame 



Claudius, 2443 47th Ave. 

SHOP. 1 -story frame, and office bldg 
9800 ; S Lawton St 75 E 27th Ave : 

owner and builder, Emil Solve, 862 [ DWELLINGS. 14, 6-room and ga- 
42nd Ave; architect, C O Clausen. 

ADD letter frames against present 
steel in theatre, 93000; 942 Market 
St; owner, Mr Lippett; contractor, 
Brumfield Elec Sign Co, 965 Fol- 
som Street 

SIGN above marquee of theatre, 9890 
942 ^larket St ; owner, Mr Lippett ; 
contractor, Brumfield Elec Sign 'Co, 
965 Folsom St ..^^ i RESIDENCE, 98750; 409 Hedding St; '. 

DWELLINGS, two 1-story fr, 95600 j o^ner Raymond T Carroll; con- 
each ; E Head 104, 79 S Randolph ; , tractor, Jackson Hull. 554 Rutland, 
owner and builder, I Baldwlnson, : RESIDENCE and garage, 96000 ; 994 
801 Randolph St j^- 2nd St; owner, Robert C Ross; 

CHANGE and add windows in dwell- I contractor, Roy F Odell, 961 N 6th. 
ing, partition rear hall and paint 1 RESIDENCE, 912,500 : 1435 Hedding 
Interior, 92000; 2977 Clay Street;; court; owner, B C Ledyard; con- 
owner, Peter llyin; contractor, G] tractor. Chas Harris 
C Todhunter. 1088 Ashbury St. 



and composition roofs) (4). 96000 1 55Q.57 Various k>cations and own- 
each; 6658, 6650. 5640. 5630 8th Ave; i^^. contractor. Apex Electric; sl«n. 
own^r and builder, Robert S Morris. ^^ ^^^^ Market : owner, ; 



Chamberlain; contractor, Peninsula 1 ^oAfi Kiat St \ ^^-^^f^, tt^^^ •u.^r^-a,ar»- 



Case Construction Co., P. O. Box 
6, San Pedro, Calif. 
Ben C. Gerwick, Inc., 112 Market 

- , , ^. , St., San Francisco 11. 

:30-mmute interval, in weatherproof, Kaiser Co., Inc., P. O. Box 1683. 
case, for installation in Granby Dam , Richmond, Calif, 
j substation, Colorado - Big Thompson ^^^ Contractors, Inc.. Portland 

^^ I Project, Colorado ; Spec. 1262. The ' g Qre 

————————— — .^., ^^^~ '.apparatus will be installed by the. ' Morrison -Knudsen Co., Ina. Hoge 

36535 17 Rio Vista (rear) ; owner, government No charge for copies of „. . Seattle Wash 
Larson; contractor. Shea Electric Co; jy,e specif idations to prospective bona « »*« - -^"^ ^ , « 
outlets ; fixtures. i f j^e bidders ; to others, 90.75, not re- 



OAKLANP 



36536 1550 34th St ; owner. Bar- tumable. For particulars, address the 
raco; contractor, Spott EJlectrical Co; Bureau of ]fteclamatioii. Denver, Colo, 
service. ] 

36537 6650 Foothill Blvd ; owner, 

McKinney ; contractor, Spott Electri- 4/3/46 ** *S 

cai; serviQa 'cOMPLETlE BIDS ^^«„ 

36538 5809 College Ave ; owner, ■ CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT. 



'She Arundel Corp. and L. B. Dixon 
Co., 609 S.> Grand Ave., Los An^^las. 

Port of Astoria, Astoria. Ore. 

Port of Portland, Spalding BlOg., 
Portland. 

Puget Sound Bridge A Dredging 
Co., 2929 16th 6W., Seattle. 

General Construction Co., 3840 Iowa 
Ave., Seattle. 

Sound Construction Co.. 1406 W. 
45th, Seattle. 

Guy F. Atkinson, 807 4th, Seattle. 

Manson Constructi<m Co., 821 
kan Way, Seattle. 



Wyble; contractor. C A Langlais; 1 California.— Pacific Coast Engineer 
fixture iing Co., Inc., Drawer E. Alameda, at 

36539 5239 College Ave ; owner, ' 981.250, sub(mitted low bid to Bureau 
Morris; contractor. C A Langlais; lof Reclamation, Denver, Colo., xmder 
fixture. I Spec. No. 1165 for furnishing and de- 

36540 94tli and MacArthur: owner, ' liverlng f.o.b. cars at the shipping 
Alderman ; contraxitor, Johnston Elec- ' point or f .d.b. cars at Coram, Calif ., 
tiric Co; outlets; switches; futures; two complete hydraulic gate hoists 
plugs. iwlth accessory equipment and, in 

36541 10938 WacArthur; owner, | addition thereto, miscellaneous Pa^ts 
Doe: contractor. Jobhston Electric; .and accessory equipment for one ad- ( j 
floodlights. ' ditional hydraulic gate hoist to alter j I 

36542 6608 San Pablo; owner. Lucky ' and complete a hydraulic bo*»t ^o^ i BIDS- Lee AnaeUs Board of ^ub 
Bait Shop; contractor. Conrad ^Uec- , o^;ned by the government Th^h^^^ 

trie; motors. will be used to operate •«.oxi».oo-ii. • la 10 A. M 

36543 1601 Broadway; owner. Ca- penstock ooaster gates at ShasU , oe^ej. Apni ijj^ lo^ p^ 
hill Bros ; contractor. Matson Elec- , DTm. Kennett Division, Central Val- , ,oft^'^^?55j5"*"~ *^ '^■ 
trie : alteraUons. ■ ley Project. The penstock coaster gate 1 ^w, »an *-earo. 



I >Excavation of H3rp«rioa 
Activated Sludge Plant 
£tc, Lo6 Angeles 



36544 6304 Raymond ; owner. Rose ; hoists and hoist equipment will be 



SrrstrrnefSfXK^C^ ^STJu^SrS-p.^r""' " °''""'' co^^to7rirtir„™E,^«^;"S^ ^ ^^£^y S^^^-^f^ 



'^•3Ji' ?«??. ''^Jn^r^'p^AinJ I^STAURANTBLDG. ^mentfl(^r s^^,^. contractor. G H Armstrong; 



560 1176 (Jolden Gate Ave; owner, 



Natnan A. Moore. 2961 W. Valley 
Blvd., ADuualbsa. 
Guy F. Atkinaon Co., 1106 E. Oar- 



Rosefield Tract; owner. Pacific 
Homes Inc: contractor. Peninsula 
Pacific Constr Co, Chestnut and 
Spring Sts, Redwood City. 

SAN JOSE 



composition roof), 92000; 1929 3rd 
St; owner and builder, D Dudley, 
1927 3rd St 



661 1244 MaAet; owner. Victory 
Spaghetti; contractor, O'Keeffe the 
Fan Man ; 2 plugs ; motors. 

562 601 France St; owner, Cecl; 



Plumbing Permits 



alterations Complete bids follow; ^ _ 

36545 444 24th St ; owner, Blllne \ Pacific Coast Engineering Co., Ala- j vey Ave.. San Gabriel 
Motors ; contractor, Matson Electri- meda. Calif. Item lA, 967.780, and ; Gunthisr A Shirley Co.. 714 W. 
cal; outlets: switches; fixtures; plugs item IB through IJ, inclusive, Jljj- . oiv-mplc Blvd.. Los Angelas. 

36546 1940 Franklin; owner, Rup-i470; no shipping days given; 226.U00 | j. e. Haddock, Ld., 3538 E FV»ot- 
pert; contractor, Scott-£uttner Elec- lbs. ; f.o.b. Alameda; terms net; total, hm Blvd., Pasadena. 

trie : alterations. '. bid. 981.250. Morrison - Knudsen Co.. 810 Title 

36547 2860 Morcom ; owner. Van; McKieman -Terry Corp., Harrison, Guarantee Bldg.. Los AngeU 



contractor, O'Keeffe the Fan Man; jj^^^^. contractor. Marer Furnace Co; N. J. Item lA, 970,326, aniVitems IB- , Pacific Bridge Co.. 333 Kearny St. 



OAKLAND 



' service : motors. 

! 563 835 Market; owner, Summer A 

,1 Kaufman; contractor, O'Keefe the 

Fan Man ; alterations. 
1 564 211 Valencia ; owner, Valencia ; 

contractor, O'Keefe the Fan Man; 



motors. 



IJ, inclusive, 916,364; ship 1 hoist In san Francisco. 



ALAMEDA 



1426 Wood St ; owner, H Peterson 
plumber, G Murray 

R426 Shattuck A 
'RESIDENCE, 94,000; 330 Hull Ave; Sales Co; plumber, 
! owner and builder, Robt L Talbot. ■ 6385 Dana St^;_owner,^ W Wood^ 
: LAUNDRY, 969,135; 35 Delmas 



36548 5404 Foothill Blvd; owner, i 230 davs, 1 more in 260 days and com- r. a. Watson Co., 5628 Vlneland 
Ward; contractor, Collins Electric Co; ! plete shipment of items IB-IJ »n 200 Ave., North Hollj-wood. 

outlets; switches; fixtures; plugs; days; item lA, 177,000 lbs. and bal- Western Dredging A Construction 
alterations. : ance 52,000 lbs. ; f.o.b. Harrison ; terms | co., 315 Park Central Bldg., Los Ab- 

36549 5825 Margarido; owner. Par- jnet; total bid. 986,690. ^ _ gelee. 




owner. Exchange Linen Service; gas op. 



tlbot ■ 6385 ^^X, o-Toole 6 nl fix 3 ' Wagon ; contractor. O'Keefe the Fan 
Ave; plumber, Wm O Toole . 6 pi fix, ^ b_ 



DWELLING, $6200 ; 1406 Third St ; , j^^^. ^^.^ 

owner and builder, Edward Berg, ; RESIDENCE, 94500 : 



Man ; motors. 
I owner, ji.a.4;ihjuibc j-uuch ^c:»..v-c, gao ^t" ^ , t '. HKT R02 6th St- owner. M Berco- 

•" contractor, O E Anderson. 3^ Men- Ipif^H^'/i'^.J^;; "j^™? ,iJr» | ri"' con.rac.o? St^e&Ryal. Elec 



350 Hedding ! gas op 



98th and San Leandro Blvd; own- 



Itric; .XI. 

568 52 6th St ; o-wner. Leader Lunch ; 



er 



"Xt^r l^ckinFcor ?lti;;i,er:H'co„tmctor, Stone-Byals Electric; 
- - ' outlets 

573 305 Powell St; owner, Has- 



3411 Adeline St, Berkeley. ; street; owner and builder, J Apon, 

CHICKEN HOUSE. 91000; 28 Garden 1 ^L,^,j.p^ ^^^^ ^Idg (addl permit) 94. 

Road; owner and builder, David S - 

Mitchell. 28 Garden Road 
STORE. $12,000: 2711 Encinal; own- 
er, Abraham Jaber, 1359 Pearl St 

contractor, Sarri Lee, 3006 Thomp- , '"Q^^gj.^ Don" Hawiey ; contractor, ' plumber, H Jensen; 4 pi fix. 

son. ; F W Winninger, 1216 Pine St • 4233 Coolidge Ave; owner r-oi,.o^. « ^i„„o 

DWELLING. $7,000; 1728 Chapin ; ^j^^ ^^ residence, $1200; 1036 O'- well: plumber, H Lass; 6 pi fix; 3 &Gal\an, 6 plugs 

owner, A H and L H Rahlves. Rrien Court ; owner and builder, gas op. 

1630 Webster St ; contractor, owner james A Sanderson, premises. \ 2364 E 



36550 3124 Hollis : owner. Bonner ' A.ngeles ; terms net ; total bid. 993,685. peter Kiewit Sons Co.. 650 S. Grand, 
& Newman; contractor. California Kopper-s Co.. Bartlett -Hayward Room 505. Los Angeles. 

Electric: 1 plug; motors. Division, lUaltimore, Md. Item lA, , r. h. Flickinger, 5017 8. Clmantm 

36551 Tunnel Rd and Ashby ; own- 980.000, andi items 1^-^' *^*^3^®' Ave., Los Angeles. 

pr. Claremont Hotel; contractor, 916,000; ship 260 days; 235,000 lbs. ; ; n. Eari Roche. 1667 Rancho Ava^ 

White Electric; alterations. f.o.b. Baltirtiore; terms net; total bid, Glendale. 

36552 1911 62nd i)k.ve ; owner. Walk- 995,400. j „. . „_ Hydraulic Dredging Co., Ltd., 1221 
contractor, Dilmond Electric; S 



}5 4UU. i nyurauiic i^reu($iuK v^vi., t-tv 

Joshua Hendie Iron Works, San central Bank Bldg., Oakland 



er; contracior, tj^mona Hiiecinc; oi " — ■ ,. «,/»»ooa - >., ».. &> 

m^- lid «i iHt St- owner Moss C Hastorf • 128 pl fix. luuueia ! fixtures J i Francisco, Calif. Item lA, flOO^, ; Macco Construction Co.. 819 N. 

' S?Sres contractor MuXribg^ I 2221 ^^^^ owner. Calif Iviry ' 573 305 P^^" ^t • ^T^^^'i ^^I S^ Ld Lowell ; owner, and items IB-IJ, inclusive 916.M0: . paramount Blvd, Clearwater 

■• W^ilschSrSa^B^ancisco.*! Equip; plumber. H Jensen; 6 pi fix. tmgs ; contractor, Ets-Hokm & Gal ^ ^^^^^ Co?feontractor, Shea ship 1 hoist in 230 days and 1 more ciyde Wood, Inc «OpO T"j„nga 

; aS'ER bar, 9i0.000; 189 S 1st St;! U Jef_ferson St ; owner, W Tane ;, van . ...^^.^.^^^^^^^^^ ,,,,,^^ ^^.,,,^,,.^ ''-- I'^.^Z'^^.i^T^^^^ 

ket St, San Francisco. 

- r -o .r. ^ . nnhtrarinr T RuRhman Electric Co- i Watertovrti Arsenal. Watertown, Rressi & Bevanda Construction Co^ 

, 575 77 Summer Alley; owner. Pete's contractor, T Bushman Electric ««>• i ^^atenown^^ ^^^^^ ^^ items i„c.. 417 S. Hill St. Room 764. Lo. 

1.5th St; owner. Bay Dr;l Place; contractor, Wonderlite proa- • ^^^^ ^^^ owner, Ame ' IB-IJ. IncHisive, $15,203; no shippmg Angeles. 



k** I __ 1 

574 444 Battery: owner, California 



Max- Type Foundry: contractor, Ets-Hokin ^^Jgg^ P'^*pa„o„ gt. ^^^^^ Chan; ! net; total »id, 9122,270. 



ALTER, 9500; 1512 Park St: owner, ^^jjj^ ^^ residence. $2000; 854 6 plumber, H Lass; 6 pi fix; 4 gas op. , "^.^f'.^°V?^ons locations and own- 

John Golub, premises; contractor, i ^^^ g^ ^^^^^,^ h A Schmidt; con- 2916 Courtland Ave: owner. R Ber- ' 576-82 Various j?^"?"^. Electric 

Pen F Kopf, 845 Pacific Ave. : t.-actor, C E Jorgensen, 24 N 21st nard ; plumber. D Watson; 2 gas op. ers; contractor, Brumfield li-iecinc 

ALTER. $3,385; 2930 Lincoln ; owner, ^^^TER residence, 92000; 1411 Hed- ; 3015 School St; owner parrish ; , Sign Co ; si^s. Dr Mc- 

J C Hoover, prem; contractor. ^„ g^ ^^.^g^ and contractor, E plumber, A H McKown; 2 pi fix; 2 , 583 251 28th ^^^'J^^^^I;.^{^,ric 

Pioneer Builders, 516 San Pablo, j j^nks, 1411 Hedding St ias op. , . } Naught ; contractor. Century Electric 

Ave. Albany. ADDN to business bldg and re.«ji- 3351 Guido; owner Johnson ; plumb- j Co; & plugs. 

ALTER, $900; 1347 Park St; owner | ^^ ^qooO; 140 W San Carlos &t; er, P Silva; 6 pi fix; 3 gas op. ! 584 1636 ^^ivisadero owner, v^ 

and contractor, Russell Frank. 1349 I o^ner, Dr W H Hueachell; con- ^ ^ Yard ; contractor. Century Electric, 

Park St .» j tractor. E Nommensen, 315 S I7th. ; -^ ~ -^ ——i alterations. 

ALTER, $1200; 2225 Pacific Avenue; ;apdn to residence. 91500; 296 Brook- 
owner, J Armuda, premises; con-, j^^^ g^^. ^^.ner and builder, Donald 
tractor, U S fildg & Modem Co. . x)elaney, 296 Brooklyn Ave. 

TIRE SHOP. $13,000; 1719 Park St; resuj^eNGE, $6000; 421 N 2l8t St; 
owner. Frank Musso. 2829 San Jose ; ^^^.^^ and builder, F Bailey. 



Furnace Permits 



O. Box 



Forum Bldg., 



Ave : contractor, Peter Sieber, 2200 RESIDENCE. 98750 ; 419 Hedding 
Clinton Ave. gt; owner, E D Carroll; contrac- 

ALTER, 9500 ; 2100 Alameda Ave ; 1 ^^^ j ^ ^^^^^ 554 Rutland Ave. 
owner, Carlos H Gates, prem; con- ; WAREHOUSE, $19,000; 1090 S 6th 
tractor. Salsbery Bros. 1030 T aylor. 1 g^. ^.^yner and builder, E A Hath- 

away, 1275 Glen Eyrie Ave 



OAKLAND 



j 585 Masonic and Hayes; owner, 
' Lowell High School ; contractor, Cen- 
' tury Electric ; motors. 

586 1482 Sutter St; owner, Shlr^X- 
Young; contractor. 



motors. 

687 468 Pine St; owner, Shumate; 
1 contractor. Century BUectric; altera- 



OAKLAND 



2830 E 9th St; owner, SUva; deal- 
er, C & M Stove Shop; floor furnace, j-^'^*^"^' 
1080 69th Ave: owner, Slonk: deal-: • Filbert St; owner, Goaa 

'^' ^,*oS,T\^^°^Jir 'LuTolm Pl^bli^cSt?^?^^^^ century Blec- 
1143 92nd Ave: owner, L.umpKin, ,^^^^ o^ ^ 

5»» 1004 Treat Ave ; owner, J Gaeh- 



OFFICE and sales bldg, 91200; 276 ^^aler H Lass; fk>or furnace .vkq mrvi t..« t av*.- owuc* - ««— 
. ; S Montgomery St; owner and con- 33^ portwood; owner, J Kail; deal- ?^/^^J"«*^^^ jsn^c 
• ii-o^trvr Trtfi rr Rmu-L ^^ « ««. *l,^«I. r.imn^rp AMier, Contractor, £>con ^"«-" 



De Mort ; contractor. Fox Electric Co ; days given ; 252,285 lbs. ; f-?-b- Water- Case ConstnictiMi Co., P. 

outlets; switches; fixtures; plugs; town; tenrts net; total bid. 9124.691. e. Berth IM, San Pedra 

alterations. • f » - , bardie - tynes Manufacturing Co., Barnes & Delaney, 615 B. Willow 

36556 4481 E 14th St ; owner. Ag- \ Birminghailn. Ala. Item lA, *^-2J2. St. Long Beach, 
rella & Temey ; contractor. Fox Elec- , and items IB-IJ. Inclusive ^L^OO, George Pollock Co., 
trie; 1 outlet iship 260 days; 240.000 Ibe.; ^f:**- B**^" Sacramento 

36557 2348 E 14th St; owner. Dutra: mingham ; terms net; total bid. 9180.- , Winston Bros. Co.. 411 W. 5th St. 

contractor. Fox Electric; 1 outlets; 1 652. , _ ...^ \^^^ ^^^f^' ,..^0 « ^ i^ 

g.^itch j Isaacson Iron Works. Seattle. 1 Griffith Co., 1060 S. Broadway, Los 

36558 1363 E 36th St; owner, Mr; Wash., submitted telegraphic ^JJ ^<^' Angeles^ . , ,^ ,,« w-rir-t 
Soonam; contractor, Fox Electfic Co; litem L^, $94,200, and Items IB-IJ. Ben C. Gerwick, Inc.. 112 Market 
3 outlets. 1 inclusive, |ll4,081; ship 260 days; f.o^. St . San Francisco. 

36550 6020 Foothill Blvd ; owner, ' destination ; no terms or welgnt 



cintury Electri^ Goush ; contractor. Fox Electric Co; given; total bid. 91C8.281. 



\ outlets ; switches ; fixtures ; plugs. 



4 3 



DWELLING. 1-story 6-room, 98000;; tractor. Jos F Rose. 

8000 Crest Ave: owner, D T Shaw. j^^pleX. 914.000; 1448 Shortridge 
1012 Foothill Blvd; contractor, F, ^^g. ovruer, Julia Semetha; con- 
A Cosca, 7934 Crest Ave. tractor, Frank Rose. 

DWELLING, 1-story 5-room, $5800, t wtt.a ttt.r (addl permit) 9120,000; 
and 1-story garage, 9350; 3811 Ma- j ^qj^ e Santa Clara St; owner. Fox 
drone Ave: owner and builder, Ot- 1 ^^^^ Coast Theatres; contractor, 
to Rlnkert. 3330 Vale Ave, [ Kaiser Engineers. 

ALTER, 92400; 2611 San Pablo Ave; reSJJDENCB, 97600; 114 £ Mission; 



owner, Frank BetU^ prem: con 

tractor, Branden Constr Co, 1630 

Webster St 
ADDN and Alter, 938.000; Oakland 

Airport; owner. Port of Oakland, 

Grove St Pier; contractor. C H 

Thxfims. 1100 6th Ave. 
STORES, l-story, 915,000; 4248 JteC" 

Arthur Blvd; owner, Dan Shearer. 



owner, Leo Monte; contractor, T 
A Younger. 2334 38th Ave. 
ALTBR business bldg, 91OOO; 386 W 
S^ta Glata St; owner. Henry Ar- 
tana; contractor, Brid.ges Constr 
Co. 1071 Pine Ave. 



er, O Hanson: floor furnace. 



■ <* . ^T 



Compktion 




36560 10216-1(«22 Pearman ; owner, \ 4/3/46 
Silvers : contractor. Pine Electric; 30 . BIOS WAfMTED 
outlets: 20 switches; plugs; motors. I VALLEJO. Solano Co., Callf^un 

36561 24th and Campbell : owner, til April 4, 9 A. M. bids will *>« J^" ; 
Raymond Concrete Pile Co ; contrac- oeived by the City of Vallejo. city ; 
tor, Spott Electric ; outlets ; switches : i Hall, for fuminhing two 1946 Kora 
fixtures; plugs. i2-door sedans. : 

36562 15th and Franklin Sts ; own- I Specifications obtainable from tne • 

j service ; motors. ! ' — - — — ^^ .-. ^ _ Sa^^^iab 

690 E Head 100 S Randolph; own- 
ler, Baldwinson; contractor, Strom * 



Classified Advertismg 




POSITION WANTED 



1 Smith ; 
591-94 



1733-35; 



4»l QUANTITY SURVEYOR, ARC H 



8AN FRANCISCO 



REDWOOD CITY 



3569 Jordan Rd ; contractor. A Hoi- gTORE bldg, feinf concrete and ce- 
yoake. 2839 East Ave. Hayward ; ^^^^ block, 913.000 ; 1862 El Ca- 
rchitecta, Anderson A Simonds. 339 ' xnino Real; owner, A Klang; con- 



Rocorded Accepted 

April 1. 1946-LOT 145, SPRING 

Valley Hd A H Blkington to 

whom it may concern 



36563 E Lorenzo St 75 S Suter ; 1 4/3/46 . _,_^, . ..r^T^n, ^mm 

owner. Tribune Pub Co; contmctor. i NO BIDS WECEIVED „^^^ ; DRAFTING, ESTmAlWO, FIBLC 

Paramount Elec Co; 3 outlets; 1 BOULDKR CANYON PROJECT^ SUPERVISION Have 30 yrs. «p^; 

t<r»i M- Rwitrh- 3 fixtures. No bids were received April 1 by tne want connection with contractor, 

ii7i. 17 n "^^'^A il^'^eJ O Mi 3toM' 701 Broadway; owner. Call- , Bureau of I^if;"^«'»°Aj^'^*^„,^ painting contractor or home b«Uder 

11715-17 Greenwich St . o^*^- ^JJ L^J^j^ ^ Store; <intractor. Par- ' Young, chief engineer, Denver ^o^^ in Sen F«nci«co. P^"" ^y -^JS 

'S5«'"*^Jr I amount Electric Co; fixtures. under Spec. No. 1168 f or f uniishto* or reply Box 43. c/o Dally PmIM 

36566 4435 Piedmont Ave; owner, land delivering fob. cars at the snip- ^ Builder ^^ 

Stark : contractor. Piedmont Electric . ping point or f.o.b. »r» at ^^}^f ■ ^-^___ 

wT. Tnotora. • Citv Nev , at the option of the bid- 1 WANTED 

434 10th St; owner. Little der. two annunciator groups, each; STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. RBO- 



I S^rr'ouileu '^'^iwitch^T^ ^ ! amount Electric Co ; fixture.. under Spec. 

I 595 2841-43 Gough ; owner, O M 
i Rousseau ; contractor, Strom * snuui 
Co; 30 outlets; 26 switches; 32 V^^S^- 



..April 1, 1946 

April 2. 1946— S LAWTON 57-6 E 
SOth Ave. Frederick and Julie L 
Pollatschek to P Helseth 

_„ „-.. February 28, 1946 



15th Street 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 



tractor. Remmet Constr Co, 1526 
W 7th St. Los Angeles. 
DUPLEXES, ten. 97,000 each; 112- 
112A, 114-114A. 116-116A, 118-118A, 
120-120A. 122-122A. 124-24A, 126- 
126A. 128-128A, 130-130A Vera St 
in Vera Ave ViUas Subdiv; owner, 
C De Petria: contractor, F L Fjeld- 
heim and J C Bdwman. 644 60th St, 
Oakland. 



RESIDENCE. 94500; Lot 6, Block 6. I 

Laurel Ave. North Palo Alto; own- I 

er and builder, A J Pflug, Marin ; 

City. 
ADD GUEST HOUSE, 92000 ; Lots 58 ' 

to 55. Block 8, Selby Lane. Oaklelgh DWELLING, two- unit, with garage 

Park; owner, Mrs E Saunders. 1254 ji2,000; 1021-25 Hudson; owner. D. 

Selby Lane. Redwood City ; builder, j l. Noe; contractor. B L Osborne, 

A C Goodman, 1137 Albem, Palo Route 2, Box 3210H. 

Alto. DWELLING, one- unit with garage. 

RESIDENCE, $6000 ; Lot 21. Block 6, |5,ooo ; 1031 Hudson St ; owner. D 

Bayview Ave, Lomlta Hills; owner ^ Noe; contractor. B L Osborne. 

and builder. Sherwood Roman, 652 | Route 2. Box 3210H. 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



596 S Palo Alto Ave ij^ W^en , ^^J^ «» . Taloff; group consisting of a 12-unit lamp isTERED. Mechantoal and etoclJM 

brook Ave ; owner. City and C»^y i o™^^^ ' 'iasembly, one common lamp, two engineers seek structural aseodate t© 

of San Francisco; contractor, DepaxT- j 1536 Franklin Street ; owner. ! push-button switches and accesso- form consulting engineering firm. Bay 

ment of Public Works; 1 outlet, mo contractor. Jos Taloff; ries; six annunciator relay *«fem- Area. Reply Box 46. c/o Daily Padflc 

tors. _, 'futures blies as fallows: two "B" assembUes. Builder 4/8-4-5-«-9/4« 

36568 1812 Telegraph Ave; owner, I each for eperathag four annunciator 

Yager contractor. Jos Taloff; six I lamps an6 containing the common^ . 

fixtures • equipment fo rone annunciator group. ; _ — _ 

36569 Ist and Linden Sts; owner. ' and four "T" assemblies, each for, HELP WANTED 

Recorded Accepted I contxactor, Cimino l!iieciri«^ v,«, — National Auto Fibre; contractor. Pa- [operating four annunciator lamps., __ 

Anril 2 1946— LOTS 24 and 26 Blk outlets; 3 switches; 9 plugs. ^f. Electric Motor Co; motors. |and two steel cabinets, each for hous- sHINGLE and SHAKE ROOFING 

15 Resubdiv of townaite Fitch- , 601 E Fremont ^^^^ ^t!^- 36570 662 Spruce Street; owner, ing one "B" and two -T' annunciator FOREMAN and SUPT. Capable oT 
biire Oakland. Howard S Pul- i and Howard, owner, State 01 ^^ 1 ^^^^^^^ ^^^ Federtghi; contractor, relay assemblies, for tnstallaUon at vvortilng with and supervising crew 
liam'to whom it mav concern ' tomia ; contractor, Cimino jj.ieci«w, ^jj,ford Elec Co; outlets: fixtures; Boulder power plant Boulder Canyon f f^,^ 5 to 18 shinglers. PeoinsuU 

March 29, 1946 : 20 outlets ; 7 plugs. _,. ' g^tches ; plugs ; alterations. Project I resident preferred Good opportunity. 

Anrifr 1946—9095 MADISON Ave. 602 417 Montgomery ; of^~ • ^ 3^571 1115 Underbill : owner. La- . I Reply Box 44. c/o Daily Pacific 

Havward. W^m A Fassnacht to i trolux Corp ; contractor, cimmo zw*^ _ contractor. Clifford Electric Co ; 4/3/46 ** 1 Builder. 



. 597.99 Various locations and own- 
[ers; contaictor, Foster A Klei^r Co, 
i aigns. ^ 

I 600 121 Beale St; owner, --T-r' 

Electric Co ; in 



Stanyan St, San Francisco. 
ADD TO RESIDENCE, 93000; Lot 18, 
Cooley Ave, Woodland Place; own- 
er, W W Crawford, 1917 Cooley Ave, 



STORE bldg. add 2nd story. 915.000; 
234 Marshall; owner, Cosmo Fal- 
cone; contractor, A Cattlch, 429 
MyrUe St. 



Hollie J Demberger._ _ _ Uric; 45 outlets; 10 ^^^^^^„ r^^- 2 ouUets. 

3700 California; o;«^nerj^^v^^^ , ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^g. owner, De 



Buzxell 



March 29, 1946 1 603 

April . 1946— LOTS 375-A and dren's Hospital; contractor 

376-A Resubdiv of ptn El Portal. ; i^lectric ; motors. inajMmt 

Eden Twp. Harold O Bean to J 1 604 746 Natoma ; ow-ner, « '■f?^_ 

Floyd Perr>- March 28, 1946 I Chemical ; contractor, Buraeu js**^ 

April 1, 194«^PTN LOTS 14 and 15 jtric; motors. unnett 

V Subdiv of Ramos Bungalow Pk, 605 942 Market; °"*''^^'Jr^ZiA 

Ha>-ward. J E Warren to Ber- Pix Tbeater; contractor, Brunui«*» 
nard Huber April 1, 1946 Electric Sign Co; sign- 
April 1, 1946—1515 HOPKINS ST 



36572 
Costa; contractor. Fluoro Elec Co; 
fixtures. 

3^73 9427 E 14th Street ; owner. 



4/3-4-6-8-9/46 



LOW BIDDER «««,n«, 

CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT. 
California — Tuttle A Bailey. New 
Britain, Ctonn., at (Sch. 2) 9585.70 and 
942.55. submitted low bid to the U. 8. 



FOR SALE 



Franklin contractor, i^oro Electric Bureau of Reclamation. Walker R. 
Co fixtures. Young, chief enginy, Denver. Colo., 

36574 370 llth St; owner. Harbor under Sp^ 1175 ror furnishing and 
Marine Supply: contractor. Fluoro 



CONTRACTORS' SURPLUC^ 
EQUIPMENT 



Berkeley. W M Farisa to whom 
it may concern Jiarch 30, 1946 



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Bels; contractor. Electric Products j^. contractor, Fluoro Electric Co, 
Corp; sign. futures. 



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delivering louvers, dampers, grUles, er, cOMPREISSORS, two 99 CATS, 
registers said diffusers for installa- ^ LOGGING DOLLY, GAS TRUCK, 



tion in Shasta power plant, Cwtral 
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PLANS and 
Speculations 



^»co: A possible reduction of 
♦207,300 in the appropriation for 
the ►State College dormitory fund 
was indicated last week when Got. 
Warren slashed the bill to provide 
facilities for state coll^re dormi- 
tories. Chico will probably receive 
only f472,700 instead of $660,000 
previously earmarked for the build- 

oOo 

Oakland: The city council has 
finally agreed to pay Paul A. 
Schmitt, artist, the sum of $2,600 
for preparing a model of the 12th 
street dam plan. The model now 
resta in the city hall. 
» oOo 

San Rafael: The Marin CJounty 
Medical society has added the in- 
fluence of its 55 member doctors 
to the drive for a county hospital. 
The proposed 100-bed institution 
is also backed by veterans gn'oups. 
oOo 

Eureka: Humboldt county veter- 
ans assembled here last night in 
the Veterans' Memorial building to 
urge the location of a veterans hos- 
pital here. Included on the com- 
mittee is State Senator Irwin T. 
Quinn, who is i^orking with Con- 
gressman Clarence F. Lea to get 
the Humboldt site. 
oOo 

Anderson: The chamber of com- 
merce has voted to back the build- 
ing of a new swimming pool here. 
Chairman Homer D. Bruce of the 
veterans housing committee, was 
asked to make a survey of vet- 
erans' needs. 

oOo 

Chico: The board of education 
has asked Professor Frank Hart 
of the University of California to 
arrange a definite program for the 
high school building program. The 
request was made to expedite the 
plot plavming of the project. 

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LARGEST CONSTRUCTION DAILY IN THE WEST ' ' 



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Engineerinc 
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Fif ty-aiiLtfa Year— -Vol 56— No. 65 



SAN FRANCISCO. THURSDAY appii a 1945 



PRICE 15 CENTS PER COfY 



For Better BuiMiiig - - 

Pwer Trowel Speeds Concrete Patchii^ 



The retail lumber yard handling 
charge of $5 per 1,000 board feet 
in sales of Douglas fir lumber and 
related species has been reduced 
to %4 per 1,000 board feet, effective 
as of March 29, OPA announces. 
The reduction is made to require 
retail dealers to absorb $1 per 1,- 
000 board feet of the increa.se in 
mill ceiling prices averaging |2.56 
per 1,000 board feet on Douglas 
fir items handled by retail yards. 
The mill price increase was put in 
effect March 6. 

# 

INCREASE NAIL PRICES 



Ceiling prices for nail kegs are 
being increased two cents per keg, 
effective April 9, OPA announces. 



Restoration of disintegrated con- 
crete is now as simple as A, B, C, 
with the new International power 
trowel which speeds repairs to 
bridges, bridge decks, abutments, 
highways, floors and buildings. 

Of incredible lightness and pow- 
er for its size, the unit is powered 
by an air turbine built into the 
base, and can attain 10,000 vibra- 
tions per minute to make possible 
the restoration of cement work. 

Practical examples of how it 
works have been demonstrated by 
the Cleveland division of the Ohio 
department of highways where 
units were used to skin patch 
local pavement areas which had 
scalled from excessive use of chem- 
ical used for ice control. 

One instance was the resurfacing 
of a concrete bridge deck on Bulk- 
ley boulevard in Cleveland. The 
scalled surface was taken down 
about 1% inches with pneumatic 
pavement breakers. 

The exposed surface was then 
blown dust-free and lightly sprink- 
led with water, taking care that 
no pockets of water formed. 

Mortar was applied, consisting 
of 3% gallons, 1-2 mix using a 
sharp, coarse plaster sand, which 
when put down was just dry 
enough to border on the crumbly 
stage and be fairly workable un- 
der vibration. 

The mortar was first vibrated 
on the old concrete to form a bond 
between old and new materials. 
Then additional materials added 
and the vibrator mounted on a 



O. K. BRICK INCREASE 



Manufacturers of sand lime 
building brick, effective today, may 
sell the brick at their March, 1942 
ceiling plus $2 per 1,000 bricks, 
OPA announces. The action does 
not effect ceiling prices of manu- 
facturers who already have been 
given individual increases of |2 
or more per 1,000 bricks over their 
March 1942 levels. Resellers may 
pass on to buyers any dollar-and- 
cents increase in their costs of 
brick resulting from the action. 



Plans for State and State-Fed- 
eral highway improvements to cost 
steel strike-off screen to simul- $864,467,000 had been completed 
taneously vibrate and finish the ; by April 1, and blueprints are 
new surface to the required grade. ; being prepared for an additional 

Sample of mortar resurface thus ' $2,6^,000 worth of road work to 
placed, when later taken out of jbe done in the next four or five 
the pavement, showed that a prac- ! years, the Public Roads Admin- 
ticafly perfect bond is obtainde by jistration reports. 
the above method. The new sur- The completed plans include rur- 
faces have shown satisfactory ! al highway projects to cost $654,- 
wearing qualities under the ex- 1 630,000 and urban projects to cost 
trera^y heavy boulevard traffic. 1 $199,837,000. 

Some patches were, made with | Plans now in the survey stage 
vinsol resin cement, others with or on the drawing board call for 
normal Portland cement. Upending of $1,699,164,000 on rural 



?*trs^SiS ^^"^^^-^^ Lt Gen. Wheeler Codiides Personal Sarvey 

!• COM ♦<»l,WW,UUW Around innnnn ,^^^u,^ "-* Af D„ J P l!f 1 P • n • » 

in Proposed lain. Army Engmeers Projects 



Around 100,000 complete neir 
lamp assemblies, the type with 
wire net guard used by electrical 
contractors for outdoor and lae- 
tory installitions, is being offered j Fifteen floM eoBtrcl prvlaets are re^iy for construction here in 

disposal sale, the War Assets Ad- 1 Wheeler, chief of Om Army enffiBeen» said Tocaday is a 

press conference here. 



mimstration annomices. The as- 
semblies, which are Army sur^ 
plus, will be sold in lots at a fixed 
price of $1.62 each. The lamps 
are now located in five War Assets 
depots. They will be sold through 
the 35 regional oflBces of War As- 
sets. San Francisco office is at 80 
Van Ness avenue. 



Because of the compaction and | roads and $968,920,000 on streets worth of st^l i^ i^'^J^S^ 
early strength obtained, the patch- and highways in urban areas. g^v^d w^iaTS^^I^ bS^' 

ed areas could be walked on im- 1 state highway departments dur- ^^"'"^^^ ^' jaspaned and bronze, 
mwliately without shoe imprint, | i^g January and February award- 
and were openedOotraffic within \^ contracts for 608 highway proj- 
teu hours. ^^v ., I ects that will cost $54,600,000. Of 

A similar but smal% vibrator i this total, 299 were Federal -aid 
IS used to make repairs \to bridge projects involving improvements on 
walls, and other vertical surfaces. ! 1,567 miles of roadway, at a cost 

of $47,653,500. 

# — . 



Local distributor for the Inter- 
national power trowel is Eldmund 
P. Cadle, 472 20th street, Oakland, 
telephone HIgate 7288. 

# 




MIHAILOVIC 



SACRAMENTO ENGINEER 
I FORMER S. F. MAN 

i L. Glenn Hall, former assistant 

jcity planner of San Francisco, yes- 
terday took over the duties of 
planning engineer for Sacramento. 

r He succeeds the late Edward E. 

i Welch who died last October. 

'Adolphus J. Sager has been act- 
ing city engineer since Welch's 



in various meshes and widths, is 
now <m sale in a nation-wide con- 
tinuous sales program. 

# 

OKAY VALVE INCREASE 



Increases averaging 10 per cent 
in ceiling prices for valves and 
fittings of the sizes required in 
plumoing and heating woric on new 
housing were authorized by the 
Office of Price Administration last 
week so that price would not be 
an impediment to expanded pro- 
duction for the housing program 



Some of these proiects mn mnl- 
tiple-purpose reservoirs, «rhidi will 
be uBi&d for pow^, irriiratioB and 
flood control, Wheeler said. 

General Wheeler has Just com- 
pleted a tour of inspection nHiich 
took him to sites of proposed dams 
in Central Valley, Southern Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles. He inspected 
sites for the Farmington, Iron Can- 
yon, Folsom, Isabella, Success, 
Terminus, Pine Flat, and Friant 
dams, and the Big Dry reservoir. 

In the Los Angeles area he also 
viewed the Los Angreles river chan- 
nel, and the proposed Whittier 
Narrows, Santa Fe, Hansen and 
Sepulveda dam sites. 

The Isabella, Success and Ter- 
minus jdams are authorized for con- 
struction by the Army engineers. 

While in Sacramento, General 
Wheeler conferred with Governor 
Warren, whom he termed "one of 
the best informed public officials 
I've ever met". 

General Wheeler expllained the 



Did You Knew That 



CPA has asked for an increase of ' function of his corps, saying they 
60 per cent in the output of heat- ; operate as consulting engineers for 
ing and plumbing valves and fit- the people, and are called in to sur- 
""^^- vey. jobs and make recommenda- 

Increases averagmg 11 per cent tions only after Congreslsional di- 
in ceilmg pnces for around 40 cast | rection has been requested by resi- 
iron plumbing ^ drainage staples 1 dents of areas wanting flood con- 
were also announceu last week byitrol, or other benefits of engineer- 
ing construction. 

Army plans and recommenda- 
tions are submitted to Meal, state 
and federal agencies and grroups, 
including the Bureau of Reclama- 
jtion, before they become final. Cur- 



OPA. 



James "Monk" Moscrip, Stanford All-American end, is back from irently, Governor Warren is study- 
Naval service and busy as sale^ representative of L. Sonnebom Son, ling the comprehensive water plans 
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When in 1941 the Nazi goons ijeath 

nrJ^i^M/w'i.^"^.°^'?1^'.P^u-n^^ i City Manager Elton B. Sherwin 
Uraga Mihailovic took to the hills. jo^nninfpH WnTi nnrtn +>io ii«or,;Xv,!!,V 
Drnwincr fr^ "nn TioiV" v,«. ^«««„ lappomtea nail upon tne unanimous 
ii^^nf.l. ^^P^'^ • ^,f °'«^?^-! recommendation of. the city plan- 
ized and operated a guerrilla resist- ^^ commission. ^ ^ 

ance army that was of untold aid 
to the Allied cause. 

• • * 
Later, the effectiveness of this 

Chetnik Army was indicated by 
the fact that American Military 
Personnel were attached to Mihai- 
lovic's staff. 

ir -k it 
It is of record that nearly 500 i ^^^^V ^y western AsDestos Co., San Francisco, Yane 
American airmen who had been I Sacramento, and Valley Insulation Company, Fresno 

shot down, were cared for and i * u* * ir- *• j t "77^ ., ^. ' 

evacuated through the Chetnik un- ' Architect Kingsford Jones, 45 North First street, San Jose, has , 
derground. Later the communistic ' ??",? ^"^° business for himself. He was fonneriy with Stone & 
influence in Belgrade indicated that '. MuUcy of SaB Francisco. ] 

Marshal Tito was their fair-hair- j ^ ^t ^ «, • ,. 7"^^~ ! 

ed boy. In an act of shameful ap- 1 C*' Collamer, civilian employee, has replaced Lt. W. G. Newton 1 
peasement, we threw Mihailovic I *® "^*** ®' *^® contract section, Public Works department, Twelfth i 
overboard. 1 Naval District, Marshall Square building. j 

• • • i — o— 

We should have pinned Tito's 1 Bruce M. Dack, 2115 G street, Sacramento, has opened offices to j 
ears back and said to him, "Listen, I practice structural engineering. 

chum, Mihailovic is not a collab- j — O— ' 

»«^*''J;:;;^Lt fighting on our side— jhe State Personnel Board wili conduct examinations May 18, 

and you behave yourself . ' for the following jobs at stated salaries: Building maintenance man, { 

i^of^.^ ,„« ,.»•<. 4.1 rr,-^ V '♦170; jackhiunmer ^v^^Uor, prevailing rate; and powderraan. prevail- ! 

instead, we wait until Tito has j ing rate. Application blanks may be obtained by writing to the board, ' 
arrested Milhailoyic and is now 1015 "L" street, Sacramento, and must be filed by May 2. 
holding him for trial as a war cnm- ' 
inal. 

• -k it 

At this late date, otir State De- 
partment sends a dainty little note 
to the Yugoslav government, ask- 
ing if they will please tell us when 
and where the trial will be held, I 
as we might like to testify in Mi- 
hailovic 's behalf. 

• • • 

If there was ever a case 
of "too little and too late"— 
this is it! 



for the San Joaquin and Sacramen- 
to river vallejrs. Warren's report. 
General Wheeler said, will be con- 
sidered carefully before the final 
Army engineer report is made to 
Washington. 

General Wheeler's department is 
also responsible for the construc- 
tion of Veteran's Administration 
works. They will construct 52 hos- 
pitals, costing $188,5^0.000, thru- 
out the country. Two of them will 
he located in California, one at 
Fresno, and the other at San Fer- 
nando. \ 

"Materials for the Central Val- 
ley construction look good," Gen. 
Wheeler said. "We have analized 
our needs in view of the housing 
requirements and it was condtided 
that materials that went into our 
flood control projects would not 
effect the housing program," he 
said, pointing out that they don't 
use bath tubs in dam construction. 

When queried about the possi- 
bilities of changes in engineering 
requirements due to "nuclear de- 
velopments". Gen. Wheeler admit- 
ted there might be changes in wa- 
ter dam construction for power, 
but that dams would still be neces- 
sary for flood control and irriga- 
tion. 

^Gen. Wheeler left by airplane 
Tuesday night for Washington, 
where he will c^»ntinue investiga- 
tion and surveys of California's 
water needs. He visited with Col. 
George Mayo, district engineer for 
the western states. 



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THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1 946 



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i-acuic coast, ARiintalRing a complete news reportlnff service 

covering all principal building and enelneermg proJecU: 

consolidated January 2, 1930, with Larsen'e Advance 

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465 Teath St., San Francisco 3 Tel.s MArUt 7110 



tendent, 120 N. Ellsworth Ave. 
Architects — Thomas M. Edwards and 

George Wiemeyer, 704 Market St. 

San Francisco. 

The school board of trustees last 
week signed contracts with the archi- 
tects for plans and specifications. 



4/4/4« •• a 

BONO ELECTION 

SCHOOL BUILDING Cost, $157,000 
LAFAYETTE, Contra Costa County, 

Calif. 
Construction of additional school fa- 

duties. 
Owner — Lafayette School District, 

Lafayette. 
Architect — Not announced. 

The district will vote May 17 on a 
proposal to issue bonds in the amount 
of $157,000 to finance the above con- 
struction. 



Construction of wood frame school 
bldg. to include eight classrooms j 
and assembly hall to seat 200. I 

Owner — Sunset Jewish Institute, c/o ' 
architect. j 

Architect— J. Uoyd Conrich. 593 Mar- 
ket Street 
The owner will take bids shortly. 



4/4/46 • . » 

BOND ELECTION 

SCHOOL ADDN. Cost. $185,000 

SANTA CLARA CO., Calif, Law- 
rence Road and Reed Lane bet. 
Santa Clara and Sunnyvale. 1 mile 
north of Highway lOL 



Calif. 800 Asilomar Blvd. • 

Alterations to 20 club buildings to I 
include remddeling of dormitory 
buildings to individual room style, | 
redesigning of dining hall and ad- | 
ministratiun and office building, I 
ledecoration of main lobby and i 
social hall, and construction of some . 
new buildings. i 

Owner — Y. M. C. A., c/o Mrs. Maud i 
Gill, Asilomar Blvd., Pacific Grove. ■ 

Architect — Ernest J. Kump Co., 2^1 
Kearny St, San Francisco. i 

Contractor — Harold C Geyer, 787 
Munras Ave., Monterey. 
Work is already under w-ay on some 



the A.A.IF. Intransit D^pot, 

meda ; Serial No. 04-203-46-7. 
Owner— U. S. Engineer Office, 74 New 

Montgomery St, San Francisoa 
Plans by ou-ner, 
Contractor—Combs Bros., Box 97, San 

Leandro. i 



•• 



16 



14/4/46 •• 9 

■CONTRACT AWARDED 

! SCHOOL BUILDING 

Contract Price $209,800 
I PORTLAND, Oregon. 



Addition to Jefferson Elementary of the buildings and will be started 
School to consist of three separate on others as soon as plans are com- 
units as follows : two units of 5 pleted. 

classrooms each, and a large cafe- 

teria and multi-use room. — — 

Owner— Jefferson Union Elementary 22-26— RESIDENTIAL 
School Dist, P. O. Box 397. Santa 
Clara. 

Architect— E, J. Kump Co., 251 Kear- 
ny St., San Francisco. 
The school district will vote April 



BUILDINGS 



26 



30 on a proposal to issue bonds in 



BUILDING SECTION 



NEWS INDEX 


For convenient reference. 


news 


reports In this section are ( 


:lassl- 


fled as follows: 




Commercial BIdgs. 


1- B 


Educational BIdgs. _.. 


9-10 


Hospitals 


11 


Industrial BIdgs. _ ... 


12-13 


Public Buildings 


14-17 


Raligleus Buildings 


18-19 


Social, RecreaHonal BIdgs. 


20-21 


Residential Buildings 


22-26 


Transportation BIdgs _ 


27 


Miscellaneous BIdgs. 


2S-30 



l.S_COMMERaAL BLDGS. 

4/4/46 •• 6 

PLANS BEING FIGURED 

RESTAURANT Est Cost $10,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. Valencia and Tif- 
fany Sts. 

Construction of wood frame restau- 
rant, tar and gfravel roof, redwood 
exterior. 

Owner — Joe Kelly, c/o architect 

Architect — J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 
ket St., San Francisco. 
Plans are now being figured for 

the owner by a selected contractor. 



of Highways, G. T. McCoy, state 
highway engr., Public Works Bldg., 
Sacramento, f6r about 4.7 miles in 
length, shoulders to be widened with 
imported borrow and untreated rock 
surfacing bet Lost Hills and "Wasco, 
Kern County. 
Work involves : 

(1) 15,000 c.y. imported borrow; 

(2) develop water supply and furnish 
water equipment; 

(3) 900 M. gals, upply water; 

(4) 251 sta. finish rdwy. ; 

(5) 2,700 c.y. untreated rock surf.; 
(6> 21 tons liq. asph. SC-2 penetra- 
tion treatment. 

Total bids follow: 
(A) Oilfields Trucking Co. and Phoe- 
nix Constr. Co., Bakersfleld, $22,- 
351.00. 



I Construction of grade school building I the amount of $1S5,000 to finance the 

at Parkrose. ! above construction 

Owner — Multnomah County School 

District No. 3, Mrs. M Bloim, clerk, 

10630 NE. Wygant St., Portland. 
Architect— Wolff & Phillips, 509 Pear- 
son ^Idg., Portland. 
Contractor — E. E. Settergren, Henry 

Bldg., Portland. 

Other bids were: 

W. C. Smith, Inc., Portland, $219,- j 
442. I 

H. J. Settergren. Portland, $221,846. ; 

Charles Schmiedeskamp, Portland, I 
$228,274. I 

Waale-Camplan, Portland, $231,222 



j 4/4/46 •• 9 

[architect SELECTED 

[SCHOOL ADDITIONS 
JSAN MATEO, San Mateo Co., Calif. 
{ Laurel School, Laurel Creek. Addi- 
; tions to new eight -classroom steel 

frame school building. 
I Owner — San Mateo Elementary School 
f District, Albion Horrall, superin- 
I tendent, 120 N. Ellsworth Ave. 
Architect—Ernest J. Kump Co., 251 



12-13— INDUSTRLVL • 
BUILDINGS 

4/4/46 ^ •• 

PLANNED 

ALTERATIONS TO BUILDING 

Estimated Cost, $75,000 
OAKLAND, Alameda Coimty, Calif. 
1723-25 Broadway to 1720-24 Tele- 
graph Ave. 
Alterations and modernization of 2- 

story and basement building. 
Owner — C. H. Baker, 5201 Congress 
St.. Oakland. 

Work will be done as soon as build- 
ing conditions permit. 



4/4/46 * 

WORK UNDER WAY 

SUBDIVISION Est Cost $2,300,000 

I WALNUT CREEK, Contra Costa Co., 

Calif. 104-acre site three miles north 

! of Walnut Creek, between Highway 

' 24 and Pleasant Hill^Rd. 

Construction of 248-house subdivision 
I project to be known as Pleasant 
i Acres, ranch-type homes, two and 
! three bedrooms each ($8250-$9950). 



4/4/46 

BIDS OPENED 

PAINTING, ETC. 

GLOBE, Ariz. U. S. Post Office and 

Courthouse. 
Interior and exterior painting and 

miscellaneous repairs. 
Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
lic Bullditugs Administration, office 

of the district engineer, 838 XJ. S. 

Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Low Biddei< — Gaytan Engineering Co., 

2728 E. ihorence Ave., Huntington 

Park, $55160. 

other bids were: 

Ace Painting Co., Denver, $6677. 

Dan Sulljvan, Santa Monica, $6677. 

R A. Netvman, $8469. 

Deemer 4k Deemer, San Francisco, 
$9600. i 



Owners-Federal Public Housing Au- 
thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 
Francisco. 

Contractor — Shumaker & Evans, 4007 
W 6th St, Los Angelea 



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4/4/46 • 

PROCEED ORDER 

DWELLING UNITS Cost. $250,520 

TUCSON, Pima County, Ariz. 

Construction of 124 family dwelling 
units; Ariz-V-2403: compleUon by 
August 2. 

Owner — Federal Public Housing Au- 
thority. Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 
Francisco. 

Contractor— Del E. Webb, Box 4066, 
Phoenix. 



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4/4/46 

BID OPEMED 

CHECKS qN ELEVATOR DOORS 

S-\N FRAlNCISCp. Federal Office 

Owner and Builder— C. Dudley De ! _ ^"»'<^*»K- 

Velbiss, Eastshore and Huntington '■ ^^'^^' <^heck^ on elevator door opera- 

Ave., Richmond, and Dan C. Pea- ^ ^*'"- 

cock. I O^^'nc— Federal Works Agency, Pub- 

Architect— Guy Rosebrook, 1701 San I '»9 Buildihgs Administration, office 



4/4/46 

PROCEED ORDER 

DWELLING UNITS Cost $49,508 

TEMPE, Maricopa Co., Ariz. 

Construction of 66 dormitory and 16 
family dwelling units; Ariz-V-2404: 
completion by June 16. ' 

Owners-Federal Public Housing Au- 
thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 
Francisco. . 

Contractor— Del E. Webb, Box 4t>60, 
Phoenix. 



I^andro Blvd., San Leandro. 



4/4/46 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

COMPLETED 

ALTERATIONS Est 

SAN FRANCISCO. Cumberland St 

Alterations to house involving add! 



of the ditJtrict engineer, 838 U. S. 
Appraisei*'8 Bldg., San Franciaca 
•• 24' ^"'y Bidder — Pacific Elevator St 
I Ekjuipment Co., 45 Rausch St, S«n 
1 Francisco, 1^704. 
Cost $4,000 ; 



4/4/46 ••24 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

RESIDENCE Est Cost $11,000 

MORAGA, Contra Costa Co., Calif. 

Construction of 5-room residence. 

redwood siding, shingle roof. 
Owner — Withheld. 
Architect— John HMd*I>eth. 427 13tll 

St., Oakland. 



lions of rooms and bath. etc. 
4/4/46 •• Owner— C. M. Nelson, c/o architect 
PLANS BEING FIGURED Architect— J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 
INDUSTRIAL PLANT Cost $75,000 ^gt St.. San Francisco. 
SAN FRANCISCO. Third St east of 



'• week signed contracts with the archl- 
& Baun. Fismo ■ ^^^.^ f^j. plans and specifications 



Redwood City, 



I Work is now under way on the new 



_„,.,, ^ • Kearny St. San Francisco. 

(B) Williams Constr. Co.. Los An- j rp^e school board of trussess last 
geles, $22,938. 

(C) Brown. Doko 
Beach, $24,970. 

(D) W. C. Railing, 
$26.21& 

(E) Volpa Bros.. Fresno, $28,135. 

(F) Griffith Co., Los Angeles, $28,439. 

(G) Jessie S. Smith, Glendale, $28,- 
675.00. 



i Laurel School by C. F. Parker, 
'Monterey BKd., Saji Francisco. 



1644 



18th St 14/4/46 •• 26 

Construction of steel frame Industrial proceED ORDER 

building, concrete walls, wood roof DWELLING UNITS Price $36,048 

construction, tar and gravel roof, CLAREMONT, Los Angeles Co., Calif. . 
two 3-ton cranes. Construction of 24 family dwelling ' 

Owner— Weaco Machinery Manufac- units, Calif. V-4448, at Claremont i 
turing Co.. Frank W. Brady, presi- , college; completion May 16. | 

dent 921 Bryant St Owner— Federal Public Housing Au- 1 

thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San j 



; 4/4/46 ••26 

PROCEED ORDER 

DWELLING UNITS Cost $72,096 

I YUMA, Yuma County, Arizona. 

Construction of 48 family dwelling 
! units; AiIiz-V-2400; completion by 
I June 17. I 



Use ''BuUderads"- 
They Bring Results 



PLANS ON FILE 



-J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 



4/4/46 •• 9 

ARCHITECT SELECTED 

.T^. ,.T T -B. ., , XT «*u TT 1. SCHOOL ADDITIONS 

(H)_Norman^I^^Fadel, North Holly- ig^j^ MATEO, San Mateo Co.. Calif. 

Sunnybrae School. S. Delaware and 



Architect 
ket St 
The owner is now taking bids. 



4/4/46 •• S 

TO STAR^T WORK 

LOCKER AND STORAGE PLANT 
Estimated Total Cost $50,000 

SAN LEANDRO, Alameda Co., Calif. 
On northeasterly comer of Parrott 
St. and San Leandro Blvd. 

Construction of quick-freeze public 
locker and storage plant (40x80), 
2500 all-steel lockers of 7 cu. ft 
capacity, two parking lots. 

Owner — Freezall, Inc., Wayne Jewell, 
president. 

Contractor — Zaballos Bros., 850 Soto 
St., Hay ward, $11,500. 
Work is expected to get under way 

by the middle of April. 

Cost of equipment amounts to ap- 
proximately $39,000. 



wood. $28,382 
(I) Geo. E. France, Visalla, $30,292. 
Unit prices follow: 

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 

(A) $.85 500.00 2.50 8.50 L65 12.50 

(B) 90 500.00 1.55 8.00 1.95 15.00 1 

(C) 85 500.00 2.00 10.00 2.55 25.00 ; 

(D) 1.04 500.00 1.90 6.00 2.40 20.00 

(E) 95 500.00 2.50 10.00 3.00 25.00 , 

(F) 1.23 800.00 1.50 3.00 2.50 16.00 I 

(G) J..00 500.00 2.50 10.00 3.00 15.00 : 

(.H) 1.00 500.00 2.00 12.00 3.00 20.00 ! 

(I) 98 300.00 2.95 8.00 3.75 24.00 i 



Birch. Additions to elementary 
school. 
Owner— San Mateo Elementary School 
District, Albion Horrall, superin- 
tendent, 120 N. Ellsworth Ave. 
Architect — Ernest J. Kump Co., 251 
Kearny St., San Francisco. 
The school board of trustees last 
week signed contracts with the archi- 
tect for plans and specifications. 

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4/4/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

FACTORY 



12 



Francisco. 
Contractor— Shumaker & Evans. 4007 
W. 6th St, Los Angeles. 



The following list of plans and specifications for construction 

project* are now available for Inspection at the office of DAILY 

PIACIFIC BUILDER, 465 Tenth Street, San Francisco. 



WeHc 



Location 



Bid Opening Date 






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Stilling Basin 
Spec 1178 



Kings Rivelr Wasteway, Etc 
Specification 1181 



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i 4/4/46 

ARCHITECT SELECTED 
• SCHOOL ADDITIONS 
I SAN MATEO, San Mateo Co., Calif, 
i Lawrence School, Third Ave and 
' Fremont St Additions to elemen- 
tary school. 



4/4/46 •• 5 

PREPARING PRELIMINARY 
PLANS 

COCKTAIL LOUNGE Cost, $20,000 
LAKE TAHOE, Placer County. CaUf. 
Construction of 1 -story frame cock- 
tail lounge. 
Owner — Mr. Hirsch, c/o architect 
Architect — J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 
ket St., San Francisco. 



4/4/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

GROCERY WAREHOUSE 

Estimated Cost $130,000 

construcuon ot o-f.-story concrete D'bWA ^^'^^^j, HJ^' ^^T"^ 
?S^2ff t r"" ^^''^ w^ehou.e , ^;™S:_^„t j. Kump Co., 251 



Hoover Ave., Oakland. 



I tect for plans and specifications. 



i 



4/4/46 •• 4 

ADDITIONAL SUB-CONTRACTS 

AWARDED 

OFFICE AI«) WAREHOUSE 

Estimated Cost, $3,000,000 
LOS ANGELES, Los Angeles County. 

Calif. Beverly and La Cienega 

Blvds. 
Construction of two-story class A 

reinforced concrete office and ware- 
house. 
Owner — United-Rexall Drug Co., 431 

S. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles. 
Contractor — Louis C. Dunn Co., 417 

S. Hill St, Los Angeles. 
Piling — Raymond Concerte Pile Co.. 

816 W. 5th St, Los Angeles. 
Concrete — Security Building Materials 

Co., 1131 N. Highland Ave.. Loa 

Angeles. 
Reinforcing Steel — Judson-Paxiific- 

Murphy Corp., Reinforcing Steel 

Division, 22nd and Pennsylvania 

Sts., San Francisco. 
Air Conditioning and Centrifugal 

Compressors — York Corp., 5061 San- 
ta Fe Ave., Los Angeles. 
Elevator — Pacific Coast Elevator Co., 

4031 Goodwin Ave., Los Angeles. 
Dumbwaiter — Sedgwick Machine Co., 

610 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 
Vault Doors— Shealy Safe Co., 944 

Main St., Los Angeles. 
Plumbing— Lohman Bros., 1449 S. San 

Pedro St, Los Angeles. 
Steel Sash — Detroit Steel Products 

Co., 816 W. 5th St., Los Angeles. 



14/4/46 " » 

2 ARCHITECT SELECTED 
• SCHOOL ADDITIONS 
iSAN MATEO, San Mateo Co., CaUl. 
i Beresford Park School, 28th Ave. 
SACRAMENTO. Calif. Stockton Blvd. ! Additions to elementary schooL 

and Frultridge Rd. jOwner— San Mateo Elementary School 

Construction of truck terminal and 



4/4/46 •• 

PLANS BEING FIGURED— BIDS 
CLOSE APRIL 8 
TRUCK TERMINAL, ETC, 



i 4/4/46 
. -,,«/wvrv PROCEED ORDER 
Est Cost $150,000 DWELLING UNITS Price $37,550 

BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif. ' mayWOOD, Los Angeles Co., Calif. 

Fifth and Potter Sts. ■ construcUon of 25 family dwelling ,' vH«nt T<-..rh r-o^oi 

Construction of one-story factory, ^^jt^. calif. V-4446; completion I *™;,;^f,7„ ^^*' 
building (140x350), steel frame and j^jg^y ^g 

corrugated iron. J Owner— Federal Public Housing Au- 1 

Owner— Withheld. ; thority, Humobldt Bank Bldg., San | 

Architect— Edward O. Blodgett, 1989 | Francisco ' 

Hoover Ave., Oakland. 



Central Valley Project 



4- 8 



Fresno 



4-16 



Speclficatidn 1204 



Central Valley 



'4-10 



SUB - BIDS WANTED 




4/4/46 
PLANNED 
FLOUR MILL 
LOS ANGELES, Calif. 
Construction of flour mill 
vator. 



Contractor — Shumaker & Evans, 4007 

i W. 6th St., Los Angeles. |^ . 

12 ! I General contractors desiring sub-bids on any Job are Invited to make known 

,4/4/46 • • 2 6 j their requl^msnts In this column. There Is no charge for this service. 

TO START CONSTRUCTION | ^ . 



I. 



and ele- 



service station. 
Owner — Associated Oil Co, 79 New 

Montgomery St, San Francisco. 
Plans by engineering department of 

owner. 

Plans are being figured by the fol- 
lowing selected list of contractors: 

Lawrence Construction Co., 3020 V 
St, Sacramento, 



District, Albion Horrall, superin- 
tendent, 120 N. Ellsworth Ave. 
Architect— Ernest J. Kump Co., 281 
Kearny St, San Francisco. 
The school board of trustees last 
week sigi ed contracts with the archi- 
tect for plans and specifications. 

4/4/46 •• • 

;architect selected 



Bingham ConstrucUon Co., 4825 Jay | SCHOOL ADDITIONS 
St Sacramento 'SAN MATEO, San Mateo Co., Caltt. 

Transwestem construction Co., 1402 i Borel School, Bameson Ave. Addi- 
Front St, Sacramento. : ^ions to elementary school. 

Markwkrt Co., Box 2071. Sacra- ' Owner-San Mateo Elementary Sc^^^^ 
mt^nto District Albion Horrall, superln- 

l°oUe, inc. 8451 San Leandro St, ' tendent, 120 N. Ellswor^ Ave. 
Oakland j Architect— Ernest J. Kump Co., 

Fred X Early Jr., 369 Pine St., 8.. ! 5^--^^„«^V go^^a'^r.'Ss.e.e last 



RESIDENCES 

SACRAMENTO CO., Cahf. Beyers 
ford Heights. 
0\\Tier— General Mill, Sperry Division. ! Construction of residences. 

Minneapolis, Minn 1 Owner & Builder— Craft Bilt Homes. 

Plans by engineering department of } Inc. 1445 Bu sh St., S an Francisco, 
owner. ; 

" ,'4/4/46 " 2« 

iMim niTEki 1/^ Df ru^C ; PROCEED ORDER 

14-17 PUBLIC BLDGS. dwelling units Price $190,800 

■ ISAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 

4/4/46 • • 1 5 j Construction of 100 family dwelling 

BIOOPENED L. units; Calif. V-4374: completion 

FIRE DRILL TOWER May 31. 

ALAMEDA, Alan)«te County, Calif. 'owner — Federal Public Housing Au- 

Bay Farm IsiSJ»^ I thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 

Construction crt-^J^drHl tower. j Francisco. 

Owner— City of Alameda, City Hall. ; contractor — Robert McCarthy Co., 

Alameda. j loso Kirkham St, San Francisco. 
Architect— Kent & Hass, 525 Market j . 

Street, San Francisco. i 

Only Bidder— Royal R. Randall, 6820 j 4/4/46 •• 26 

Morse Drive. Oakland. $22,473. PROCEED ORDER 

DWELLING UNITS Price $18,024 

4/4/46 • • 1 5 j REEDLEY, Fresno County, Calif. 

BIDS OPENED i Construction of 12 family dwelling 

SAN FRANCISCO— Giampolini &! units- Calif. V-4439; completion 
Co.. 1445 Bush St, at $2206 submit- j^^y 16 



Cost, $147,(K)0 1 Office and Lab. Bldg. and Industrial Relations Bldg., California Raeeareh 

"~ " Corp., Richmond; Bids open April 12 

E. S. MdKIttrlck Co., 610 16th Street, Oakland (TWln Oaks 5070) 
Swinerton ft Walberg Co., 22S Bush St., San Francisco (GArfleld 2»») 
Barrett A Hilp, 918 Harrison Stre et San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 
M ft K. Corp., 200 Financial Center Bldg.. San Francisco (BDCbrook 7684) 
Carrlco St GauUer, 366 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco (JUnlper 4-8061) 
Moore ft Roberta, 693 Mission St, San Francisco (GArfleld 8579). 



Ferry BIdgi. Addition. Embarcadero, San Francisco; Bids open April 4, 2 PM. 
Peter Sartorlo, 262 Clementina St. San Francisco (GArfleld 8817), 
Adam AJras ft Son, 116 New Montgomery St., San Francisco (OA 8381) 



Richfield -Davis Bltfg., 9Bth and Tslegraph, Oakland; No dsflnlts bM 
opening date set 
A. Fametl BlaJr, No. 9 Main Street San Francisco (TUkon 0390) 
R. A. Cullen, 478 Jackson St, San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 

Medical Bldg., 2340 Ward St., Berkeley; Bids open April 11, 11 A. M. 
A. J. Hopper Co., 243 Langton St, San Francisco (MArket 7070). 
Moore ft Roberts. 693 Mission St, San Francisco (GArfleld 8579). 
Anderson -Haglund, Inc.. 219 41st St.. Oakland 11 (OLymplc 9108). 



251 



ted low bid to the Department of 
Public Works. Room 282, City Hall, 
under Job 505 for interior and ex- 
terior painting of S. F. Fire Dept. 
engine No. 36—3736 Sacramento St 
Other bids were: 

W. Q. Thompson _..-,..$3178.00 

Robert G. Meyer.... . • 3447.00 

Russell Hinton - ~i-. 3557.79 

Reliable Painting Co 3750.00 



Francisco. 



4/4/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 



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8 



week signed contracts with the archi- 
I tect for plans and specifications. 



4/4/46 •• 6 

CONTRACT AWARDED 
REMODEL STORE 

Approximate Cost, $100,000 
FRESNO, Fresno County, Calif. 1162 

Fulton St. 
Interior and exterior remodeling of 

store building. 
Owner — Not given. 
Contractor — Midstate Construction 

Co.. 1299 Bush St, San Francisco 



2 6 



4/4/46 • 

PROCEED ORDER 

dweij:>ing units cost, $54,072 

FLAGSTAFF, Coconino Co., Ariz. 

Construction of 36 family dwelling 
imits, Ariz-V-2406; completion by 
June 1. 

Ownei^-Federal Public Housing Au- 
thority. Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 
Francisco. 

Contractor — Del B. Webb. Box 4066. 
Phoenix. 



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4/4/46 • 

BIDS OPENED 

KERN COUNTY. Calif.— Oilfields 
Trucking Co. and Phoenix Constr. 
Co., Box 751, Bakersfield. at $22,351 
(bid to be referred to attorney) sub- 
mitted low bid to the State Division 



, 4/4/46 • 

BOND ELECTION 
REMODEL STORE Est. Cost $20,000 SCHOOL BUILDING 
BERKELEY, Alameda County, Caiif. Estimated Ccst $40,000- $50,000 

1§17 Shattuck Ave. EDGEWOOD, Siskiyou County, Calif. 

Remodel men's clothing store. J Construction of three-room school 

Owner — ^Withheld. bulidlng. 

Architect— John Hudspeth, 427 13th | owner — Butteville Elementary School 

St., Oakland. | District Harold A Lemos and Earl 

I Slingsby, trustees, Edgewood. 

4/4/46 •• 6' The Butteville Elementary School 

CONTRACT AWARDED ! District will hold a bond election 

STORE BUILDING ' May 17 In amount of $25,000 to assist 

OAKLAND, Alameda Coxinty, Calif, j in financing the above construction. 

Montclair District. j The remainder of the amount will be 

Construction of one-story frame store received from a county appropriation. 

building. ^' 

Owner — Henry La Forgue. 1 4/4/46 ** ® 

Architect— Chester H. Trelchel, 696 ; bids WANTED — TO CLOSE 

Cleveland St, Oakland. 'APRIL 17, 2:30 P. M. 

Contractor — Frank Puccetti, 4121 < roOF REPAIRS 



20-21— SOCIAL AND 
RECREATIONAL BLDGS. 



Lusk St., Oakland. 



S-IO— EDUCATIONAL 
BUILDINGS 



4/4/46 •• 

BONDS VOTED 

BEARDSLEY, Kern Co., Calif. 
Voters of the Beardsley School Dis- i upondeposVt of $5. 
trlct of Kern County recently ap- ' 
proved the , Issuing and selling of 
bonds in the^ amotmt of $250,000 to 
finance additional buildings at the 
school. 



SAN FRANCISCO. GalUeo High 
School, Van Ness and Francisco St 

Repairs to roof of high school build- 
ing. 
1 Owner— Department of Public Works, 

I Room 282 City Hall. 

I City Architect— Dodge A Riedy, City 

I Hall. 

i Specifications obtainable from the 

i office of the city architect, City Hall, 



9 



4/4/46 •• 21 

PERMIT GRANTED 

COLD STORAGE PLANT 

Cost $270,000 

YUBA CITY, Sutter County, Calif. 
Between Reeves Ave. and Bridge 
St. along Sacramento Northern 
tracks. 

Construction of cold storage plant 
364x86 ft.), with concrete founda- 
tion and floors and concrete and 
cork walls. 

Owner— Yuba City Refrlgewitlng Co., 
Gene Morrison, president J A D. At- 
terburj', vice-president, 736 Bridge 
St, Yuba City. 

Plans by owner. 

Contractor— McCoy & Butler. 1128 F 
St. Marysville. 



Owner— Federal Public Housing Au- ; 
thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San i 
Francisco. 

Contractor— M. & K. Corp., 200 Fi- 
nancial Center Bldg.,.San Francisco 



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Price $45,050 



4/4/46 

PROCEED ORDER 
DWELLING UNITS 
SAN FRANCISCO. 
Construction of 50 family dwelling 
units: Calif. V-4372; completion 

May 31. 
Owner— Federal Public Housing Au- 
thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 

TT^faon £k I g o O 

Contractor — Robert McCarthy Co., 
1050 Kirkham St, San Francisco. 



I WELDING SERVICE 

Portable (Day or Contract) — General Repair 
I TRAILER CONSTRUCTION TO ORDER 

flansen and Wagner Welding Co. 

569 SEVENTH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 
Bas. 'Phone: MA 966S— Rea. 'Phones: MA 9692, EL 1602 



4/4/46 •• 26 

PROCEED ORDER .„« «.n . 

DWELLING UNITS Price $30,040 ; 

BELL, Los Angeles County, Calif, i 

Construction of 20 family dwelling 
units: Calif. V-4447; completion 
May 16. , ' 

Owner— Federal Public Housing Au- 
thority. Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 
Ti^nuxc 1b c o 

Contractor— Shumaker & Evans, 4007 
W. 6th St., Los Angeles. 



RIP RAP and CRUSHED ROCK 

WHOLESALE ONLY 

Superior Rock Coknpany 

248 McAdam St.» Oakland 11, CaUf. Olympic 1636 



26 



4/4/46 

•PROCEED ORDER .^„«,- 

^,^,^^ „ oil DWELLING UNITS Price. $12,016 

*/*/** -» »*.*w j WILLOWS. Glenn County. Calif. 

FOUNDATIONS UNDER WAY ^j^„ ^^ g family dwelling 

THEATER Approx. Cwt $75.000 , ^o^Yt^^ ^^^ V-4365: compleUon 

RIVERBANK, Stanislaus Co., Calif. Jfay 16. 

Highway and Third St ! owner— Federal Public Housing Au- 

Relnforced concrete and frame and i ^^^^^^^^ Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 

stucco theater building. i -nvflnrisco 

Owner-William Peters, c/o architect., ^™^^^^j^ ^ K. Corp.. 200 Fl- 

i nanclal Center Bldg., San Francisco 



GAMERSTOR & GREER LRMBER €0. 

I Wholesale and Jobbinf Yards 

LUMBER - TIMBERS - TIES - HR • REDWOOD 



^ rONDEROSA 

8ar. Francisco 
1600 ARMY STREET 
ATiSfster 1300 



SUGAR PINE 

Oakland 
2001 LIVINGSTON STREET 
KEIlog 4-1884 



Architect — Otto A. Delchmann, 
Market St, San Francisco. 

Contractors — Moore & Roberts, 
Mission St. San Francisco. 



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4/4/46 

ARCHITECTS SELECTED 

SCHOOL ADDITIONS 

SAN MATEO. San Mateo Co., Calif. 

Tumbull School, Poplar Ave. and 

Delaware. 
Additions to elementary school of 

two classrooms, alter auditoritim. 

separate cafeteria from auditorium 

and enlarge kitchen. 
Owner — San Mateo Elementary School 

District, Albion Horrall, superln- 



4/4/46 

PLANS COMPLETED 
SCHOOL Est. Cost $40,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. NE Comer 22nd 
Avenue and Quintara Street 



4/4/46 

WORK UNDER WAY 

REMODEL CLUB BUILDINGS 

Estimated Cost, $200.000 , 
PACIFIC GROVE, Monterey County, ' 



EACLE ROCK WOOL 



INSULATION 



lATTS . ILANKET ft RLOWN TYPES 

SUPPLIERS & APPLICATORS 

FOR GOOD INSULATION CALL US 

L. H. CLAWSON CO. 

Insulators for the Pacific Coast Tftlepkoiie KEII09 2-3488 

1650 MacARTHUR OAKLAND 1, CAUF. 



GLASS and GLAZING 

Himco Store Front Construction Service. 

Mirror Manufacturers, i 

! 
Shower Doors, 

Tub Enclosures. 

Medicine Cabinets 

San Francisco Glass Go. 



5234 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO, 12 



Phone: DElaware 7313 



4/4/46 
I PROCEED ORDER 
•• : DWELLING UNITS Price $30,040 
iCASA GRANDE. Pinal County, Ariz, 
i Construction of 20 family dwelling 
units: Ariz. V-2390: compleUon 

May 16. 

Owner— Federal Public Housing Au- 
thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 
Francisco. 

Contractor— Del E. Webb, Box 4066, 

Phoenix, Arls. 

4/4/46 " 2« 

PROCEED ORDER 
DWELLING UNITS Price. $30,040 
MONTEREY PARK, Los Angeles Co., 

CaUf. 
Construction of 20 family dwelling 
units: Calif. V-4466; completion 

i May 16. 

I Owner^Federal PubUc Housing Au- 
thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San 
Francisco. 

i Contractor— Shumaker & Evans, 4007 

! W. 6lh St. Los Angeles. 

'4/4/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 
.DISMANTLE HOUSING. ETC 
1 Contract Price $2,900 

I ALAMEDA. Calif. 

.Dismantling, demolition and removal 

j of partially completed housing at 



John D. McLaugUm 

AND ASSOCIATES 

CONSULTING ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS 

1641 RU8S BLDG.— EXbroek 6712 
•20 Junlpara Serra — DE 10167 



Si 



Associated Wood Products Co. 

I Fabricators and Erectors of 
I TIMBER TRUSSES 

BwiMleySSl? 1335 SIXTH ST., Berkeley 2, CiJtf. 



CLAY PRODUCTS 

Specify QUALITY Matcriab 

I N. CLARK & SONS 

lOth & Division Streets - SAN FRANCISCO - KLondike 2-0462 
.Main Office & Factory, 401 Pacific Ave- Alameda - LAkehnrat 2-S377 



r 



NATIONAL EXPANSION JOINT CO. 



MANUFACTURER AND DISTRIBUTOR 

FIBER BOARD— FELT-SIDED ASPHALT AND 
REDWOOD EXPANSION JOINT FILLERS 

ouriiioroi 

MARVEL-KOTE— Concrete Ouing Compoancl 
SEALZ — Elzpaiuion Joint Sealing Compound 
I Complies With 

I Federal Specifiaitioiu SS.F-336 

, FOR CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 

333 Se^cntb St. imderUl 7172 Sui FmeiMo 3, Calf 

~ " ~~"~~t— ' — — — — — — —---■ — — — -- -_-- - . - 



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THURSDAY. APRIL 4, 1 946 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



ADVANCE GONSfRUCTIdN REPOfitS 




EngineeriM Section 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, newt 
reports ki this section are classi- 
fied as foHows: 
Water Supply and Sewage 
Disposal Plant* 31-32 



Bridges 

Oanns, Reservoir* and 

Dredging 

Docl(s, Piers & Harbor*..^^ 
Parl<s, Airports and 

Playgrounds 

Railroads, Subways and 

Tunnels 

Electric Llgliting^ and 

Transmission Lines ~ 

Sewers _ 

Streets and Highways 

Gas, Water and Oil Pipe 

Lines — 



83 

34 
3b 



S7 

88 

39 
40 

41 



Bureau of Reclamation : Walker R. 
Young, Chief Engineer, U. S. Cus- 
tomhouse, Denver 2. Colo. ; R. J. 
Newell, Construction Engineer, P. 
O. Box 937, Reclamation Bldg.. Fair- 
grounds, Boise, Idaho, and Michael 
W. Straus, Commissioner, Bureau of 

I Reclamation, Wasnington 25, D. C. 

[Prospective bidders desiring to visit 
the site of the worlt should com- 

': municate with the Construction Bn- 

• gineer. 

No charge to prospective bidders 
for specifications; to others, $3.75, 
not returnable. 



(21) drilling 2500 lln. ft. grout hole* j ^ ^HiTn!-^'^ ^^^^^^ °' 



•p a 



„ „ ^^ ^i,„TT- 60 4/4/4« •• 89 state highway project in iPlumas 4/4/46 

in stage between depths of 35 ,_^ ^V.„ «fi^ iin ft „^, * v , I CONTRACT AWARDED [County (U-Plu-528), for which bid* I NOTICE OF SALE 

ft. and 60 ft; | <!<«) fnll ng ^^O Un-Jt Jjrout holes OAKLAND. Alameda Co.. Calll.- are to be received in Sacram«ito on SAN FRANCISCO.-UntU Apnl 17, 

(22) drilling 1600 lin. ft grout holes *" ^^^P.^Tt ^^ °' ^^^ "^ "^""^^ ^arria. 2657 9th St, Berke- April 17. liKH 10 A. M., bids will ^e received by 
in stage between depths of 60 ^^,^ SS,r° i ann lin ft .^w. ♦ v , ^®^'' *' ^^^^SS. awarded contract by Said county engineer will meet the Navy Material Redismbuuon ana 
ft and 110 ft; ' <103) driUmg l«^j!^- '*;,pout holes the U. S. Engineer Office. 74 New ' prospecUve bidders at Club West- 1 Disposal Office. 785 Market St San 

(23) drilling 800 lin. ft. grout holes ^/"\ P^'l'i^ ,Ka », »' , i Montgomery St. San FrancUco, for wood in Westwood on Friday. April ; Francisco, under Sales No B-a^"*" 
in stage between depths of 110 1 <1W) placing 4500 lbs. grout pipe and additional drainage at Oakland Army , -19. 1946, between 10 A. M. and 4 for sale of fuel oil tanks. located_a» 
ft and 160 ft. • ' f ittmgs ; Base. ' P M 

(24) drilling 2500 lln. ft. grout holes | '105) 11^ cu. ft PresBure grouting; 

* * (106) 1000 cu. ft pressure grouting 4/4/46 •• 



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■ 4/4/46 • • 

; BIDS WANTED 

I COLORADO - Big Thompson ProJ., 
Colo.— Until May 10, 10 A. M., bids 
•will be received by the U. S. Bureau 
; of Reclamation. Customhouse, Den- 
I ver, under Spec. 1243 for construc- 
tion of the Granby Pumping Plant, 
' Colorado-Big Thompson Proj., Colo. 
' The work is situated near Granby. 
Colo. v^ 

; The principal items of work and 
'estimated quantities involved will be 
given shortly. 

._ ; Copies of the standard forms and 

oi oo Vl/ATFP mTPPIY Jtr^ol the specifications may be ob- 

''*"*^^~~„u/aAV r^lM/^CAI gained from the following offices of 

SEWACit DISrUsAJL ' the Bureau of Reclamation: Walker 

PLANTS ■ R- Young, Chief Engineer. U. S. Cus- 

• . ; tomhouse, Denver 2. Colo. ; E. B. 

^/^/^Q • • 3 1 Debler, Regional Director, 501 Con- 

BIDS WANTED | tlnental Oil Bldg.. Denver; C. H, 

B(3LSE PROJECT, Idaho. — Until i Ho w.il, Project Engineer Estes Park 
April 29, 10 A. M.. bids will be re- i Colo. ; and Michael W. Straus. Com- 
ceived by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- mi.ssioner, Bureau of Reclamatjon, 
lamation. Boise. Idaho, under Spec. Washmgton 25. D. C. Prospective 
1240. for the construction of "C" Line I bidders desmng to visit the site of 
Canal Pumping Plant, Earthwork ■ the work should communicate with 
and Structures "C" Line Canals East ! the Project Engineer, 
arid West and Concrete Weir. Con- , Specifications obtamable without 
way Gulch Lateral. Station 1 plus , charge to prospective bidders ; to 
50. Payette Division, Boise Project, others. $3.25. not retu rnable. 

Idaho. The work is situated about : — — ^— 

9 mile.s wfest of Emmett Idaho. i 

The principal items of work and , 33^ BRIDGES 

the estimated quantities Involved are i 

as follows: ; 4/4/46 ** 33 

SCHEDULE No. 1 I BIDS WANTED 

Pumping plant and "C" Line Canal j pi^ACER COUNTY, Calif.— Until 
east, sta. 2 plus 50 to sta. 9 plus 00 ^prii 25. 2 P. M.. bids will be re- 
il> 23.tjOO c.y. excav. for struc. ; | ceived by the Public Roads Adminls- 

(2) unwatering foundations ; ; tration. Charles C. Morris, division 

(3) 6.600 c.y. backfill ; \ engineer, 720 Phelan Bldg., San Fran- 

(4) 140 c.y. gravel fill in filter bed cigco, for construction of bridge over 
and gravel surfaces ; ; north fork of middle fork of Ameri- 

(3) 3,000 c.y. compacting backfill; \,g^^ River, Tsihoe National Forest 

(4) 1,200 c.y. concrete in pumping pi^cer County. Bridge is approxl- 
plant substructure; ' mately 500 ft long. 

(7) 350 c.y. concrete in pumping ,jj jqqq ^^ ^^g unclassified excava- 
plant superstructure; , tion for structures; 

(8) 1.170 c.y. concrete in structures; ^g) $5000 force account approach 

(9) placing 450,000 lbs. reint bars; grading- 

(10) placing 750 l.f. metal sealing | ,3, fgg ^.^^^j^ ^^^ncrete; 
"trips; ; ,4) 79000 lbs. reinforcing steel; 

(11) placing 7,500 lbs. metal water , ^5^ g^j ^^ ,^g 3^^^.^^^^^ gtee, 

''tops; ! Specifications obtainable from the 

(12) placing 150 l.f. rubber water ^^^^^ ^^^j^.^ ^ deposit of »10. 
stops ; . 

(13)240 s.y. dampproofing outside '^^^^^g •« 33 

walls of building; i CONTRACT AWARDED 

(14) placing 2,200 sX roofing; g^j^ DIEGO COUNTY, Calif.— 

(15) constructing 120 l.f. of control o'Rourke & Parker. 2779 Jackson 
joints; ,^„„ .^ . ^ ,, ; Ave., Garvey, at $39,344, awarded con - 

(16) driving 6,520 l.f. umber pUes. ^^^^^ ^y Stkte Director of Public 
vertical; K„»f....^H. | Works C. H. Purcell, Sacramento, for 

17; driving 2.970 l.f. ^'i.";. ^^^"'i'^.ef' .! construction of ■ reinforced concrete 

(18) erecting 100 l.f .timber railing , ^ ^^^^^^ Matagual Valley 

(19) constructing septic tank; creek cfanada Verde Creek and 

(20) installing 8,300 lbs. trashrack J;««k. ^Can^^^^a^^ V^erde ^^e^^ ^.^^^ 

sections; north of Morettis (XI-SD-78-D,E), in 

(21) in.stalUng 8.400 lbs. flap gates, nieiro Countv 

(22) installing 14.000 lbs. crane rails , =^^" "'®K° *"°" "T 

(23) installing 430 s.f. metal doors. \^^,^f. • • 3 3 



with percussion drills; 

(25) placing 3500 lbs. grout pipe and 
fittings ; 

(26) 9000 cu. ft pressure grouting; 

(27) 1000 cu. ft pressure grouting 
with packers; 

(28) 800 cu. yds. concrete in footings 
of embankment cutoff walls; 

(29) 800 cu. yds. concrete in em- 



with packers; 



LOW BIDDERS 



i/4/4« •• 40 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

SISKIYOU COUNTY, C^allf.— Clem- 



Wagner Tank & Manufacturing Co, 
530 E. 4th St., Reno. Nev. 



4/4/46 



(107) drilling 600 lin. ft weep holes;' SANTA ROSA. Sonoma Co., Calif _____ _ 

(108) 40 cu yds concrete m trash- ,-Bechtel Bros.-McCone. 220 Bush St. ents & Co. and MUo" X Bro^7'Box BIDS OPENED 
rack structure and transition; San Francisco, at $218,262.46. sub- 277. Hav-Avard at SlM^sS awarded I>EX\'EIi. Colo. -The Bureau of 

(109) 1250 cu. yds. concrete in tunnel mitted low bid to t£^e Santi! Rosa contract' by State DiiSt^' o?^bSo ^«^^*^*^^'^"-,S^.!.'^^ "Tf« f^ff^'u^' 
""^"^' City Council citv clerk. City Hall. Works C H Piirpoli Phihilo -WoHcb Colo, received bids March ^6 lor lur- 

(110) 60 cu^ yds. concrete in gate , Santa R^c^ for Vnst'^ctiV of 8.5 Sldg ' sJ^rS^^o t^^'^^sT^^, n-hing precast reinforced concrete 
o«u cu. yuB. concrete m «m-, ,^,^ wif , ^^^^ rnnrrofo i , i °^"*^ sanitary trunk sewers. Plans miles in length to be surfaced ^ith > ^ "^^ert pipe, ^o-**- **"Wing P«*^V^ 
bankment cutoff walls, except i <"!> ]^ ^u. y^^_^J°°Jf^te ^ valve by City Engineer Walter Adams. City imported borrow base and plant mix f-^^- ^."^"'"^*^' ,£L)?i: ^^^'^^^^ 



footings ; 



house substructures ; 



(30) 1200 cu.'yds. concrete in outlet ("2) 40 cu. y^f_fo«frete In valve 



surfacing, portions, between Weed i'r«^J«ct ; Spec. A-32990-A- 



conduit upstream from gate! house superstructures; 

chamber- *™ ' "^ « j (113) 50 cu. yds. concrete m pipe sup- 

(31) 4000 cu. yds. concrete in outlet' P^^s and anchors. 



conduit downstream from gate 
chamber; 
(32) 1800 cu. yds. concrete in gate 
chamber and valve house sub- 
structures ; 



(114) 400 cu. yds. concrete in stilling 
basins and chute; 4/4/46 

(115) 600 cu. yds. concrete in footings CONTRACT AWARDED 
of embankment cutoff walls; 

i (116) 600 cu. yds. concrete in embank- 



Hall. Santa Rosa. 

Steve P. Rados, Los Angeles, at '. and Yreka, in Siskiyou CountV. 
$221,14^35. submitted second low bid. , 

Complete bids will be published 4/4/46 •• 

shortly. CONTRACT AWARDED 



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(33) 400 cu. yds. concrete in gate i naent cut off walls, evcept foot- 
chamber and valve house sub- i Ings; ^.^nnn. ,w 
structures; j (117) placing 246.000 lbs. remforce- 

(34) 150 cu. yds. concrete in trash- ! ro^nt bars; 

(118) installing 300 lin. ft metal seal- 



SANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif.— J 

•• 39 , Fredrickson & Watson Construction I 

; Co.. 873 81st Ave.. Oakland, alt $379.- 1 

DOHENY PARK. Orange Co., Calif. ( 441.54, awarded contract by Director' 

—Underground Engineering Co.. 124 of Public Works C. H. Purcell, Public * 



valve houses, 



ing strips; 

(119) construction of 
except concrete; 

(120) furnishing and placing 20.000 
lbs. of steel tunnel liner plates; 

7000 lbs. of hollow- 



rack structure and transition ; 

(35) 3500 cu. yds. concrete in stilling 
basin; 

(36) placing 1,428,000 lbs. reinforce- 
ment bars ; 

(37) placing 420 lin. ft metal sealing , 
btrips; ,(121) installing 

(38) placing 80 lin. ft. rubber water Jet valves ;_ 
stops ; 

(39) placing 580 lin. ft joint filler; ally operated gate; 

(40) dampproofing 2300 sq 
concrete ; 1 

(41) construction of valve house, ex- ! paratus; ] 
cept concrete; ,(124) installing 800 lbs. of slide gate: 

(42) installing 114,000 lbs. of hollow- and hOist; 40_ 
jet valves; ! (125) installing 2400 lbs. of trash- 

(43) installing 146,000 lbs. hydraulic- i rac^^ metal work; 
ally operated gates and con- 



W. 4th St., Los Angeles, at $12,937.66, Works Bldg., Sacramento, f<J.r con- , 

awarded contract by the State Divi- struction of a separation stlructure ! 

sion of Architecture, Anson Boyd, and approaches about .6 riaile in 

state architect Public Works Bldg., length to be graded and surfacied with 

Sacramento, for sewer line and pump- port land cement concrete and jasphalt ■ 



ing plant at Doheny Park. 



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4/4/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— M. J. Lynch, 

2251 Revere Ave., at $107,931.50, was 

awarded contract by the Department 

(122) installing 3650 lbs. of hydraulic- ; of Public Works, Room 282 City Hall, 

\ for construction of Pine St sewer 
yds. of ' (123) installing 1000 lbs. of hydraulic- i f rom Van Ness Ave. to Divisadero St 
' ally operated gate control ap- i 



concrete on crusher run base dn Bay- 
shore Freeway at Santa Clar^ St in 

■ the City of San Jose, Sant^ Clara 

I County. 



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STREETS AND 
HIGHWAYS 



4/4/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Cc|., Calif. ' 
—A. J. Raisch Paving Co., 900 W. 
' San Carlos St., San Francesco, at 
; $7106. awarded contract by the City 
. of San Jose. City Hall, for cdnstruc- ; 
, tion of curbs, gutters and sidewalks j 

and 1 



The quantities involved are: 

(1) 1000 lin. ft reinforced concret* 
pipe, 15-in., standard strength; 

(2) 2100 lin. ft 15-in. same; 

(3) 1100 lin. ft 24-in. came; 

(4) 1000 lin. ft. >0-in. came; 
(5> 2800 lin. ft 36-in. same; 

(6) 800 lin. tu 48- in. same; 

(7) 200 lin. ft GO-in. same; 

(8» 80 lin. ft. reinforced concrete 

pipe. 30-in., extra strength, 
^9) 40 Un. ft 36-in. same. 
aO) 60 lin. ft 48-ln. same; 
(11) 48 lin. It. 60-in. same. 
a2) 500 only 15-in. 7 Vs -degree con- 
crete elbows, standard strength; 

(13) 300 only, 18-in. 7 ii -degree con- 
crete elbows, standard strength; 

(14) 150 only 24-in. 7 ^-degree con- 
crete elbows, standard strength; 

(15» SO onlv 30-in. 7 Va -degree con- 
crete elbows, standard siiength; 

(16) 180 only 36-in. 7^-degree con- 
crete elbows, standard strength; 

(17) 20 only 48-in. 7Vs-degree con- 
crete elbows, standard strength; 

(18) 19 only 60-m. 7Si-degree con- 
crete elbows, standard strength; 



of 



°"''!!^47;[:^ 



lage 



duit linings; 

(44) installing 1000 lbs. hydraulic- 
ally operated gate control ap- 
paratus ; 

(45) installing 50,000 lbs. crane; 
(46 > installing 2300 lbs. track rails; „„ ,^ 

(47) installing 38,000 lbs. trashrack (129) installing 4900 lbs. miscellane- 
metal work; i ^^^ metal work; ; 

(48) installing 376.000 lbs. of outlet , (130) installing 800 lin. ft electrical; 
pipes; ' metal conduit 1^-in. or less In ■ 

(49) installing 5700 lbs. of standard , diameter; | 
metal pipe, fittings and valves, (131) installmg 360 lbs. of electrical ; 
less than 6 Inches in diameter; ' conductors and ground wires; I 

(50) installing 3800 lbs. pipe hand- ! (132) installing 1600 lbs. of electrical ^ 
rails; apparatus. ; 

(51) installing 20,370 lbs. mlscellane- Schedule No. 4 

ous metal work; i Spring Canyon Dam ! 

(52) installing 1800 lin. ft eflectrical (133) 68,000 cu. yds. excavation, strip 
metal conduit 1%-in. or less in 
diameter; 

(53) installing 50 lln. ft. electrical 
metal conduit 1^-in. and 2-ln. 
diameter ; 

(54) installing 1800 lbs. of electrical 
conductors and groimd wires. 



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(126) installing 79.200 lbs 
pipe ; 

(127) installing 800 lbs. of standard ! ^'°S OPENED „ „ ^ 
metal pipe, fittings and valves, ! ALAMEDA, Calif.-East Bay Con 
less than 6 inches; , struction Co., 

(128) installing 2200 lbs. pipe hand- ' ^^^l^",^- ^J^.f}^^ 
rails; 



t on the Spring. Walnut. Ire)ne „, ^ ,„>,, 

iAsbury St frontage of Vict<^ry Vll- I (1») *0 only 42-m. 7Vdegre« con- 
' " ^ . Crete elbows, standard strength. 

i The bids were: 
4 0'. Concrete Conduit Co., Colton, ^o.b. 



4/4/46 

BIDS OPENED 



"-^Colton. (1) $1.87, (2) $2.16, (3) $2.», 



tTM oo„ T^o«H^« Qt ' SHASTA COUNTY. Callf.-f-W 

2L?r«,!fr^t?S ,|^- Railing. 27 Lowell St.. Redwohd City. 

K„* .^ r^: V AJ "f^^u^w-iTiat $55 481.98 .submitted low^ »^"^ ♦" 
bid to the City of Alameda. City Hall ^^ 



bid 



ping borrow pits ; ! 

(134) 260.000 cu. yds. excavation, all 1 
classes, for foundation of dam; i 

(135) 600 cu. yds. excavation, alll ' 
classes, for footings of em- I 
bankment cutoff walls; ! 

(136) 110,000 cu. yds. excavation, all \ 
classes, for equalizer channel; \ 

(137) 1,680,000 cu. yds. of excavation, j 
common, in borrow pits and 



Alameda, for reconstruction of En 
cinal Ave. from Sherman to Oak 
St., etc. Plans by City Engineer Carl 
Froerer. 
The work involves: 

(1) 45,000 sq. ft grading No. 1; 

(2) 38,000 sq. ft. prepare stabilized 
base No. 1 ; ^ 

(3) 450 tons asphal|tic emulsion sta- 
bilized base No. 2; 

(4) 4700 tons asphal'tlc concrete sur- 
facing type A; 

(5) 22,000 sq. ft. portlsind cement 
concrete sidewalk; 

(6) 35.000 sq. ft portland cement 
concrete gutter; 

(7) 3700 lin. ft portland cement con- 



C. ( (4) $3.77, (5) $4.98, (6) $7.63, (7) $10.66, 
(8) $4.75. (9) $6.01. (10) $10.10, (11> 
to $13.38. (12) $29.96. (13) $34.78, (14), 
the State Division of Highways. G. *40.02, (15) $4966. ^l^' »6p.34, (17) 
E. McCoy, state highway etigineer. ' $83.54. (18) $110.70. (19) $71.26; 6% 20 
; Public Works Building, Sacrjamento days; Zr'c 30 days. 

for about 9.7 miles in length to be | Lock Joint Pipe Co., Denver, C^l^. 

'surfaced with plant mix sikrfacing ; f.o.b. destination, (1) $145, (2) $!.», 

i between 4.5 miles east of Ing;ot and ' (3) $2.66, (4) $4.10, (5) $5, (6) *»'(■*> 

I Montgomerv Creek in Shasta County. $13.60, (8) $4.55, (9) $6.35. (10) \XU 

Specifications obtainable fi-om the: (11) $16.40, (12) $4.50, (13) $5.50, (14>. 

; above office. '$7. (15) $10. (16) $14. (17) |27, (18) 

Work involves: I $45. (19) $18; net. 

(It 9,000 tons min. agg. plsnt mix 1 Utah Cement Pipe, Salt Lake City. 

i surfacing; f.o.b. Salt Lake City, (1) $1.35, (2) 

! (2) 495 tons processing pavitig asph. $1.59, (3) $2.22, (4) $2.72, (5) $3-70, 

I plant mix surfacing; ; i (6) $7.20, (7) $11.20, (8) $3.05, (9) $4J^ 

: (3) 38 tons processing liq. as^h. RC- j (10) $8.30, (11) $1275, (12) $10^80, (IS) 

; 2 prime coat; ; $12.72. (14) $17.76. (15) 

,(4) 115 tons processing pav)e. asph. 1 $29.60. (17) $57,60. (18) 

seal coat; $42.32; net 



$21.76, 
$89.60, 



ll«> 
(19) 



4/4/46 

BIOS REJECTED 

LAKE COUNTY. Calif.— State Di- 
rector of Public Works C. H. Pur- 
cell. Sacramento, rejected bids sub- 
mitted for the construction of struc 



(24) Installing 555 s.f. of metal sash 
windows and louvers; 

(25) installing 16.00 Olbs. of misc. 
metalwork ; 

(26) installing 18.500 lbs. metal pipe, 
fittings and valves; ^ ' tViVar" steel eirder bridge and ap- 

(27) erecting 4.500 lbs. switchyard . ^'J^tehes acSss Kesley Creek at 

(28) erZun^lSO l.f. ot switcnyard ,' Kel.seyvil.e. L ake Cou nty. 
/ence ; 

(29) installing 28.000 lbs. of 12-ton 
crane; 

(30) installing 120,000 lbs. of main 
pumps ; 

(31 > installing 7,000 lbs. of miscel. ^ '. — 

machinery ; 1 4/4/46 



bankment; 
(141) 385,000 cu. 



yds. rock fines in 



yds. overhaul 



34— DAMS, RESERVOIRS & 
DREDGING ' 



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34 



(32) installing 122.000 lbs. of motors i pL^NS ON FILE 
for main pumps complete with • CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT, 
supports ; i California. — Schedules, specifications 

(33) Installing 27.500 lbs. of cubicles, 1 and drawings for earthwork, concrete i 
switchgear and test rack; i lining and structures. Friant-Kem 

(34) installing 73,000 lbs. of power ; canal. Central Valley Project, for 
transformers : j which bids will be opened April 10, 

(35) installing 8,000 lbs. of misc. elec- ! -^q a.. M., by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- 
trical equipment ; ' lamation, Friant, under Spec. 1204 are 

(36 » installing 2.000 l.f. of electrical „„ file for examination at the office 
metal conduit. l»4-in. or less in ^^f DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER, 465 
diameter; Tenth St, San Francisco. 

(37i installing 50 l.f. do, 2- to 3-in. j 

in diameter; Aaja/a(i •• 34 

(3S) ln.sUllmg 550 l.f. of «l«c^"^*l J.^*' ?RACT AWARDED 

nonmetalllc conduits 3- to 4-in. 1 CONTRAC^ AWARD E^^^^^^^^ ^^ 

(39) Sstllnnlf 8^^ Ibs^ of electrical : CalU^-San ^-c^sco^Bridge^Co «« 

conductors ground wires, and ^^^ ^ awarded contract by the U. S. 

ground rods; TTncrineer Office 74 New Montgom- 

(40 > installing 300 lbs. plumbing fix- ;J,"/*jrsSiFrknciscor under Serial 

tures and appurtenant hardware ^y;4 ^^^ dredging and jetty 

^ Tit^^LlrJj" ^^''^y- , construction at Moss Landing Har- 

'"' SCHeSKIe no. 2 i b-. -Monterey County. 

"C" Canal east, sta. 9 plus 00 to sta 



Schedule No. 2 
Soldier Canyon Dam 

(55) 70.000 cu. yds. excavation, strip- 
ping borrow pita; 

(56) 440.000 cu. yds. excavation, all 
classes, for foundation of dam; 

(57) 750 cu. yds. of excavation, all 
classes, for footings of em- 
bankment cutoff walls ; 

(58) 160,000 cu. yds. excavation, all 
classes, in equalizer channel; 

(59) 2,900,000 cu. yds. excavation of 
No. 1 embankment materials in j embankment; 
borrow pits and transportation | (142) 2,000,000 sta, cu 
to dam embankment; i of rock borrow; 

(60) 775,000 cu. yds. excavation and ' (143) tamping or puddling 2000 cu. 
loading No. 3 embankment ma- t yds. earth fill ; 

terials; 1(144) constructing 600 lln. ft 8-in. 

(61) transporting 3,100,000 yd. miles | diameter sewer pipe drains with 
of No. 3 embankment materials ; j imcemented Joints, embedded In 

(62) 2.450.000 cu. yds. earth fill in * gravel ; 
embankment; 1(145) constructing 1000 lln. ft 12-in. 

(63) 775.000 cu. yds. sand and gravel ' diameter sewer pipe drains with 
fill in embankment; j uncemented Joints, embedded in 

(64) 47,000 cu. yds. riprap on up- '' gravel; 
stream slope of embankment; [ (146) core drilling 400 lln. ft 5%-in. 

(65) tamping or puddling 2500 cu. | diameter holes not more 
yds. earth fill; i 30 feet deep; 

(66) consti-ucting 700 lln. ft 8-in. '. (147) drilling 1700 lin 



Crete curbs; 5(5) 1370 tons screenings seal coat 

18) 4000 sq. ft. Portland cement con- . paving asphalt and liquid | a.sphalt 

Crete residential driveways ; ^.jjj ^^ furnished by the StAte. 

(9) 3600 sq. ft Portland cement con- , .p^^^j ^^j^^ follow; T 

Crete commercial driveways; , ^^^ ^ q Railing, RedwocW City, 



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: 4/4/46 

i NOTICE OF SALE 

SAN FRANCISCO. — War AsseU 
: AdministraUon, 30 Van Ness Ave., 

sfl^e of 



^„,„„.^ , .„ „wx»v.., j«v« »^« , .», J , I (A) W. C. Railing, 

transportaUon to dam embank- (10) 2700 lin. ft 6-m. vitrified clay I 555,481.98. , , 

ment- I sewer pipe for mains; (Bi E. A. Forde, San Anseldao, $55.- San Francisco 2. announces 

(138) 525.000 cu. yds. excavation, rock, ! "D 2900 Un. ft 4-in vitrified clay ! ^^^^ ^ giow lamps to priority groups April 
in borrow pits and transporta- i sewer pipe for laterals; j (o g. B. Bishop. Orland, $56,692.20. 1 15-20 and to dealers April 21. 
tion to dam embankment; i (12) 7 each manholes: ! (D) J. P. Brennau. Redding^ $57,065. i 

(139) 1,425,000 cu. yds. earth fill in j (13) 12 adjustable naanholes; i (E) Oilfields Trucking Co. arid Phoe- * 
einb^kmenf i d*) 2300 lin. ft 30x3%-in. part circle) ^^^ Constr. Co., Bakersfi^ld. $58.- j 4/4/46 *• 

(140) 400,000 cu. yds. rock fUl in em- \ ^^ ^'^^^y^ij^ t1f",°°L^ oirH* I ^92.50. , BIDS POSTPONED 

(15) 1300 lin. ft 30x3%-in. part circle I^p, f, m. Syar, Vallejo, $7^,339. j ^^, „^,^,v., 

CMP street section ; ! unit prices follow: I RIO GRAND** i-ROJECT, 



(16) 60 lin. ft 36x5-in. part circle- 
CMP sidewalk section; t (j) 



(2) 



(17)65 lln. ft 36x5-hi. part circle » _ 
CMP street section; 1(3)... 

(18) 2500 lin. ft remove and salvage j (^)_ 
existing culverts; i (5).... 

(19) lump sum. miscellaneous work; . 

(20) 1 channelize intersection ; j 

(21) 6000 sq. ft grading Na 2; 

(22) 3500 sq. ft grading No. 8; 

(23) 360 cu. yds. ditch excavation; 

(24) 6000 sq. ft 



New 
(A) (B) (C) (D) IE) (F) . Mexico.— Until May 1, 2 P. M. (post- 
$4.71 $5.05 $4.67 $4.80 $js.20 $6.45 , poned from April 15), bids will be 



3.59 

45.51 

6.99 

6.41 



1.50 6.16 4.00 
8.00 11.00 15.00 
8.00 8.00 15.00 
6.20 7.60 7.00 



4.50 5.00 1 received by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- 
5.00 8.00 I lamation, Denver. Colo., under Spec. 
5.00 8.00 i No. 1198 for furnishing and deliver- 
7.00 7.00 ; ing f.o.b. cars at the shipping point 
jor f.o.b. cars at Engle. Alamogordo. 
\Tularo8a or Socorro. N. M.. as Indl- 
•• ^Olcated in the specifications, electrical 
i equipment for the Elephant Butte 
power plant and the Alamoj[ordo. 



diameter sewer pipe drains with 
uncemented Joints, embedded in 
gravel; 
(67) constructing 1200 lin. ft 12-ln. 
diameter sewer pipe drains with 



! 4/4/46 

.'BIDS WANTED 

) SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 17, 
prepare stabilized ; 2 :30 P. M., bids will be rectelved by 1 Hollywood and Socorro substallona, 
base No. 2 ; i the Department of PubUc Works. | rjq Grande Project. New Mexico. The 

(25) 75 tons asphaltic emulsion sta- i Room 282 City Hall, for improvement ; apparatus will be installed by the 
than blllzed base No. 2 ; 'of streets. • government No charge for copies of 

I ^26) 140 lin. ft 18-in. reinforced con- | Specifications obtainable from the the specifications to prospective bona 
ft erout holes 1 crete pipe ; ! office of City Engineer Ralph Wads- | f j^g bidders ; to others. $2.25, not re- 

stage between dentha of ' (27) 2 each redwood catchbasins; : worth, City Hall, upon deposjlt of $10. tumable. For particulars, address the 

- - - *^ '(28) 3 each adjustable manholes; , 1 Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colo. 

(29) 150 lln. ft Portland cement con- ' i _ , 



in 

ft and 35 ft; 
(148) drilling 1700 lin. ft. grout holes j ^ ^ 

in stage between depths of 35 ! „^ cr^^^f curb return; 

ft and 60 ft- (30) 200 tons asphaltic concrete sur- 

uncemented joints, embedded in i (149) drilling 1100 I'in. ft. grout holes \ facing type B ; 

gravel; \ in stage between depths of 60 (31) lump sum. clearing 



Machinery & Material 



4/4/46 •• 3* 

BIDS WANTED , „ „ « »t 

COLORADO-BIG THOMPSON 



1111 plus 78. and concrete weir. Con 
way Gulch laterial, sta. 1 plus 50 

(42) 1,737,000 c.y. excav. for c&nHls ; ^^r^^;^— ^^^^^^^_yj^x.\\ May 6, 

(43) 80,000 c.y. excav. for core banks; ; Tq » M. 'bids will be received by 

(44) 10,000 sta. c.y. overhaul; the U S Bureau of Reclamation, 

(45) 10.000 c.y. compacting embank- . ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^der Spec. 1275 for 
™®"*^ • ' construction of Horsetooth Reservoir, 

(46) 40,000 c.y. excav. for drainage , ^'^Jl^^o-mg Thompson Project Col- 
channels ; . , i orado The work is situated within a 

(47) 95,000 c.y. earth lining of canal ;, o^*^;^^^*^^^^^^^^^ approximately 

(48) 2,000 c.y. gmvel blanket on In- ; ^^7°^jf//»J^i, ^,J^ P^pomt four 
side slope of canal embankment ■ . ^ p ^ Collins, Colorado. 

i49) 77.500 c.y. excav. for structures; , '"!i««^;^««\^Y„^^^^ 

(50> 50.000 c.y. backfill; | ^^^ Sch«lule No. 1 

(51) 14.000 c.y. compacting backfill: ^^^ ^^ Satanka Dike 

(52) 3,300 c.y. concrete in structures; , ",V! %cooo cu yds. excavation, strip- 

(53) placing 495,000 lbs. relnf. hars:j *1> Iw hnrrow nits- 

(54) 3,200 s.y. dry-rock paving- i ping borrow pits, 

(55) erecting 19 M fbm timber in 



(68) core drilling 500 lin. ft 5%-ln. 
diameter holes not more than 
30 ft deep; 

(69) drilling 2200 lin. ft. grout holes 
in stage between depths of 
ft. and 35 ft ; 

(70) drilling 2200 lln. ft. grout holes 
in stage between depths of 35 
ft and 60 ft ; 

(71) drilling 1500 lin. ft grout holes 
in stage between depths of 60 
ft and 110 ft ; 

(72) drilling 750 lin. ft grout holes 
in stage between depths of 110 
ft and 160 ft ; 

(73) drilling 2200 lin. ft grout holes 
with percussion drills; 

(74) placing 3200 lbs. grout pipe and 
fittings ; 

(75) 8000 cu. ft. pressure grouting; 



ft and 110 ft • ' Total bids follow . 

(150) drilling 600 lin. ft grout holes (A) East Bay ConstrucUon Co Loca- 

in stale between depths of 110 **°"„.^J'*T^ \'^- S'^'mZ^; 

ft and 160 ft • $127,287.75; Location B (items 

(151) drilling 1700 lin. ft grout holes \ 21-31), $12,170; grand total, $139.- 
with percussion drills ; I 448.75. , „ , , x ««« 

(152) Ijaotog 2500 .bs. grout pip. and <B, ^ J. ^'^^'^^"^^1^,^^, 

(153) 6000 cu. 'ft pressure grouting; $9361; grand total. *139'751. 

(155) 600 cu. yds. 'concrete in foot- $13,880; grand total. $159,202.50. 
ings of embankment cutoff ; Unit prices follow • 
walls ; ! ^^^ 

(156) 600 cu. yds. concrete in em- \ (D 

bankment cutoff walls, except (2) 4- 

footings; j (3) ^^■ 

(157) placing 33,000 lbs. of reinforce- ^ (*> -• 

ment bars. I (5) 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports In this section are classi- 
fied as follows: j 

Mite. Supplies & Material^ 42 
Machinery and Equipment 43 



4/4/46 •• 4i 

BIDS WANTED 

BERKELEY, Alameda Co., Calif.— 
Until April 17, 10 A. M.. bids will be 
received by the City of Berkeley, City 
Hall, for two pumps as follows: 

(1) furnish and install deep well 
water pump at San Pablo play- 
ground ; 

(2) furnish and install pump service 
on Keith Ave. at Euclid Ave. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



.36 

.40 

20.00 

5.20 
.20 
.30 

1.2S 
.25 
.30 

2.40 

1.00 



structures; 
(56 ► laying 676 l.f. 15-in. diam. con- 
crete pipe; 

(57) laying 136 l.f. 18-inch do; 

(58) laving 84 l.f. 24-inck do; 
' (59) laying 741 l.f. 27-inch do; 

(60) laying 583 If. 30-lnch do; 

(61) laying 732 l.f. 36-inch do; 
(«2i laying 112 If. 48-inch do; 

(63) laying 1,130 If. 54-inch do; 

(64) placing 11,700 lbs. metal water 
stoi>s in joints; 

(65) in.stalling 32,000 lbs. gates and I 
gate hoists ; ' 

(66' in.stalling 6,500 lbs. miscel. met- i 

a 1 work. j 

SCHEDULE No. 3 I 

*'C" Canal west, sta. 1 plus 01. 5 to end : 

(67) 450.000 c.y. excav. for canal; j 

(68) 3.000 c.y. excav. for core banks; : 

(69) 20,000 sta. c.y. overhaul; j 

(70) 300 c.y. compacting embank- ' 
ments : ' 

(71) 5.500 c.y. excav. for drainage 
channels ; t 

(72) 1.000 c.y. earth lining of canal : i 

(73) 500 c.y. gravel blanket on in- 
side slope of canal embankment 

(74) 21,000 c.y. excav. for struc; 

(75) 16.000 c.y. backfill; 

(76) 5.200 c.y. compacting backfill: 

(77) 670 c.y. concrete in structures; 

(78) placing 48,000 lbs. relnf bars; ^ 
(79 » 1,100 s.y. dr>'-rock paving; i 

(80) erecting 9 M fbm of timber in I 
structures; 

(81) laying 640 l.f. 15-ln. diam. con- 
crete pipe; 

(82) laying 640 l.f. 18-inch do: 
(88) laying 296 l.f. 24-inch do; 
(84) laying 356 l.f. 27-inch do; 
(86) laying 176 l.f. 30-inch do: 

(86) laying 292 l.f. 36-lnch do; 

(87) laying 4.000 l.f. 39-lnch do; 

(88) laying 56 l.f. 54-lnch do; 
(88) Installing 6,700 lbs. gates and 

gate hoists; 
(90) installing 2.100 lbs. misceL met- 
alwork. 
Copies of the standard forms and 
of the specifications may be obtain- 
ed from the following offices of the 



(2) 20(^000 cu. yds. excavation, all 
classes, for approach and out- 
let channels; 

(3) 90,000 cu. yds. excavation, all 
-classes, in open cut for outlet 

works ; 

(4) 91,000 cu. yds. excavation, all 
classes, for foundations of dam 
and dikes; 

(5) 1000 cu. yds. excavation, all 
classes, for footings of cutoff 
walls ; 

(6) 1,700,000 cu. yds. excavation of 
No. 1 embankment materials in 
borrow pits and transportation 
to dam and dike embankment*; 

(7) 350,000 cu. yds. excavation and 
loading No. 3 embankment ma- 
terials i^. borrow pits ; 

(8) transporting 1,050,000 yd. miles 
of No. 3 embankment materials ; 

(9) 1.450,000 cu. yds. of earth fill in 
embankments ; 

(10) 350.000 cu. yds. sand and gravel 
fill in embankments; 

(11) 20.000 cu. yds. backfill; 

(12) tamping or puddling 2500 cu. 
yds of earth fill; 

(18) 55.000 cu. yds. riprap on em- 
bankments; 

(14) constructing 285 Un. ft 4 -in. 
diameter sewer pipe drains with 
uncemented Joints, embedded in 

g^ravel ; 

(15) constructing 770 lln. ft 6-ln- 
diameter sewer pipe drains with 
uncemented Joints, embedded in 

gravel ; 

(16) constructing 900 lln. ft 8-in. 
diameter sewer pipe drains with 
uncemented joints, embedded in 

(17) foSIt^nicting 1100 lin. ft. 12-in. 
diameter sewer pipe drains with 
uncemented Joints, embedded In 
gravel; 

(18) drilling 50 lin- «t.,^«fP J°^~' 

(19) core drilling 300 lln. ft 5% -in. 
diameter holes not more than 

30 ft deep; . ^ ,_ 

(20) drilling 2500 Un. ft grout hole* 
in stage between depth of ft. 
to 36 ft; 



Copies of the standard forms and ' (6) 

(76) 1000 cu. ft pressure grouting ■ of the specifications may be obtained ' (7) 

with packers; from the following offices of the' (8) + 

(77) 750 cu. yds. concrete in footings ; Bureau of Reclamation: Walker R. ^ (9) \ 

of embsinkment cutoff walls; Young, chief engineer, U. S. Custom (10 > r 

(78)750 cu. yds. concrete in em-. House, Denver 2, Colo. ; E. B. Debler, i (ID 

bankment cutoff walls, except i regional director, 501 Continental OU | (12) ft52 

footings; ; Bldg., Denver, Colo.; C. H. HoweU, ! (13) 10.00 

(79) placing 44,000 Iba reinforcement , project engineer, Estes Park, Colo., ', (14) 6.65 

bars. and Michael W. Straus, commissioner, (15) ^~—- *-o^ 

o«k.<4..t. k.1. « Burea uof Reclamation, Washington (16) J 8.50 

DiSn r»nin. n-« i25, D. C. Prospective bidders desiring (17) -; 915 

.fln> o.;^ Canyon Dam , j ^^ j^ ^j ^jg ^ ^^ s^iovCLd. (18) 1«> 

'"'' S;TwJiU^.'*'^*"°°''''*P-' communicate with the project engi- j d?) 200.00 



neer. 

No charge to prospective bidders 
ifor specifications; to others, $3.25, 
not returnable. 



DOCKS, PIERS & 
HARBCMIS 



•• 



35 



ping borrow pits ; 

(81) 5000 cu. yds. excavation, com 
mon. In open cut for outlet ; 
works; 

(82) 12,000 cu. yds. excavation, rock, 
in open cut for outlet works ; i . 

(83) 285,000 cu. yds. excavation, all og 
classes, for foundation of dam; ! '*•' 

(84) 600 cu. yds. of excavation, all 

classes, for footings of embank- ! —■ 

ment cutoff walls; i 4/4/46 

(85) 2,400,000 cu. yds. excavation, CONTRACT AWARDED r 
common, in borrow pits and SAN FRANCISCO. — The General 
transportation to dam embank- Engineering & Drjdock Co., foot of 
ment; Schiller St., Alameda, at $137,818.45, 

(86) 675,000 cu. yds. excavation, rock, awarded contract by the U. S. Engl- 
in borrow pits and transporta- neer Office, Room 402, 74 New Moni- 
tion to dam embankment ; gomer>' St, San Francisco, under 

(87) 2,000,000 cu. yds. earth fill In Inv. 04-203-46-4 for drydocking and 
embankment ; ; overhauUng the U. S. dredge Dan C. 

(89) 500,000 cu. yds. rock fill In em- i Kingman, 
bankment; 

(90) 500.000 cu. yds. of rock fines in 

embankment ; 39 SEWERS 

(91) 2.000.000 sta. cu. yds. overhaul , — 

[ of rock borrow; [4/4/46 •! • 3 9 

I (92) 900 cu. yds. abckfiU; 'BIDS WANTED 

I (93) tamping or puddling 2000 cu. yds. j 



(20) 750.00 



(21) ; 

(22) , 

(23) — 

(24) 

;(25) ~ 

• (26).......;; 

I (27)...-... 

; (28) '. 

(29) ., 

(30)... 



JO 

1.10 

1.50 

.40 

20.00 

4.00 

125.00 

20.00 

1.50 

5.50 



(31) 200.00 



(B) 

$ .40 

.345 

25.00 

5.00 

.18 

.25 

.80 

.80 

.19 

8.8S 

2.00 

200.00 

30.00 

6.25 

7.90 

7.25 

9.00 

1.00 

250.00 

600.00 

.28 

.35 

1.20 

.345 

25.00 

3.40 

120.00 

30.00 

1.60 

6.00 

100.00 



(C) 



,^85 42— MISC. SUPPLIES AND 



.45 

25.00 

5.00 

.25 

.37 

.86 

.40 

.40 

4.15 

2.00 

225.00 

55.00 

4.60 

6.00 

&00 

6.50 



MATERIALS 



42 



4/4/46 

BIDS WANTED 

FORT PECK. Mont.— Until April 
23, 2 P. M., bids will be received by 
the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, 
Denver, 

furnishing and delivering f,o.b. cam 
at the shipping point or fio.b. cars 
at Frazer. Mont, and Wiota, Mont, 
three (3) 34.500-volt 200-amj>ere, sin- 
gle-pole, hook-operated, outdoor type, 
expulsion fuse disconnecting pitches ; 
three (3) 34,500-volt 200-amt>ere, sin 



; 4/4/46 •• 41 

NOTICE OF SALE 
; SAN FRANCISCO. — War AsseU 
1 Administration, 30 Van Ness Ava, 
< San Francisco 2, announces sale of 

hardware on April 11. 



4 2 



4/4/46 

BID OPENED 
BERKELEY, Alameda Co.. Calif- 
Colo., under "Spec.~"i27l"f or ' Calif omia Corrugated Culvert Com- 

' pany, 7th and Paker, Berkeley, at 
(1) $0,855; (2) $1,015; (3) $1.39, sub- 
mitted only bid to the City of Ber- 
keley, City Hall, for 440 feet of weld- 
ed .steel pipe, all in 20-ft lengths. 

Work involves: 
(1) 160 ft 10-in. welded steel pipe; 
gle-pole, hook-operated, outdoor type, . (2) 160 ft 12-lnch do ; 

60 expulsion fuse disconnecting Uwitchea; '3) izo rt. ii>-mcn 



4/4/46 

BIDS WANTED 



500.00 two (2) 5000-volt-in8ulated, 300- to , 

760.00 5-ampere, single-phase, 60-cycle, com- : 

•80 pound -filled, through type, outdoor j 

•*0 type current transformers ; two (2) i 

1-00 sOOO-volt-insuiated, 75- to 5-ampere, 

"^■^ single - phase, 60 - cycle, dfry type, . 

25.00 ■wound primary-, outdoor type current I 

*-00 transformers; two (2) 6000-volt-lnsu- 1 

lated. 2400- to 120- vol t single -phase, 1 

60-cycle. dry type, outdoor type po- j 

tential transformers ; two (2) 5000- j 

volt-insulated. 2400- to 120-Volt sin- \ 

gle-phase. 60-cycle, dry type, outdoor ! 

type potential transformers, one (1) i 

2-element, 3-phase. 3-wire, watt-hour} 

indicating demand meter, with 30- ! 

in 



do. 



125.00 

55.00 

1.00 

5.00 

250.00 



40 



earth fill; 

(94) constructing 220 Un. ft 4-ln. 
diameter sewer pipe drains with 
uncemented joints, embedded in 

fiTT&Vd * 

(95) constructing 600 Un. ft 8-ln. 



.^^ — „ ^,, . minute interval, in weatherproof I 

, KERN COUNTY. Calif —Until Apr. ^gg . ^^^ ^j^ single-pole, outdoor,, 

23, 2 P. M., bids wiU be received vy thyrite or autovalve, distribution type ; 
the State Division of Highways, B. T. jightning arrester, designed for base ' 
Scott district engineer, comer Car- mountaing, with 25.000- volt maximum , 
i ruth and Olive Aves., Fresno 15. for ; permissible r.m.s. line-to-ground volt- i 
I furnishing and installing a traffic de- \ ^^^ rating and suitable fol- use on ] 
fleeter between 1.6 miles and 1.25 ^^ neutral of a 33.000-volt wye con- ■ 
! miles south of Grapevine StaUon, nested, ungrounded. 3-pha«e trans- { 
i Kern Ojunty. ] former bank, for instaliatioto in the 

i The work involves : existing Fraxer and Wiota substa- 

i(l) 2000 lin. ft salvage metal Pl»t« . tions. Fort Peck Project Montana. 
DUNSMUIR. Siskiyou Co.. C^aUf— i guard railing; The apparatus will be installed by 

Until April 16. 2 P. M., bids will be ' (2) 2000 Un. ft traffic deflector; U^g government No charge to pros- 

received by the^ State Division of (3) 2 each end deflectors. ! pective bidders for specifications ; to 

— — ■ Specifications obUinable from the ^ others. $0.75, not returnable, 

above office. | 



fO>r Mnupd on Paf*» Four) 



WANTED 

FOR SALE. FOR RENT 

USED EQUIPMENT 
ANI) MATERIALS 



FOR SALE 



Highways. F. W. Haselwood. Dis- 
trict Engineer. 1657 Riversiue Drive. 
Redding, for about 015 mile instal- 
ling an 18-lnch reinforced concrete 



NEW & RECONDITIONED 
DIMENSION LUMBER 

TIMBERS, waiiboarda, plnaibinf, 
pipe, mjllwork, and other baildinf 
tnateriaU. SALE PRICES. Large 
•.tocks «»f "hard to get** items. 



diameter sewer pipe drains with pipe storm drain and connecting ex- 1 4/4/46 



uncemented Joints, embedded In 
gravel ; 
(96) constructing 1000 lin. ft 8-ln. 
diameter sewer pipe drains with 
uncemented Joints, embedded in 
gravel; 



NOTICE 



isting cross-drains thereto at Duns 
muir, Siskiyou County. 
Work involves: 

(1) 900 c.y. struc. excav.; 

(2) 10 c.y. Class A portland cement 
I concrete (structures); 

(97) construcUng 1000 Un. ft 12-ln. | (3) 24 cy. Class B do (curbs and gut- 
diameter sewer pipe drains with ' ter) ; 

uncemented Joints, embedded in I (4) 12 l.f. 12-in. relnf. concrete pipe 
gravel ; I (standard strength ) ; 

(98) core drilling 400 Un. ft 5%-to. '(5) 744 If. 18-lnch do: ^ 

diameter holes not more than (6) 60 Lf . salvage existing pipe cul- j bridge, about five miles south of 
30 ft deep ; ! vert ; Point Arena, on Friday. April 1* 

(99) drilling 6600 Un. ft grout holes (7) 60 Lf. re-lay salvaged corru. met- ji94«, at 11 A. M. 

al pipe; 

(8) 800 lbs. bar reinf. steel; 

4 each cast steel frames and 
covers 



'4/4/46 ••42 Wire, write, or 'phone 

*0 BIDS WANTED * CLEVFLAND WREfKING CO. 

CASPER, Wyo.— UntU A*rU 15, 2 i 290O Third 8t • VAI«iid« 4977 



MENDOCINO (X)UNTY. Oalif .— A | p. M., bids wlU be receive* by the 

representative of the distinct office u. S. Bureau of Reclamation, Custom 
of the State Division of Highways House, Denver 2. Ctolo.. under Inv. 
WiU meet prospective bidders for the c-22,336-A for 16.000 suspension type 
proposed project in Mendocino Coun- , high -voltage insulators, f^b. rtiip- 
ty (I-Men-56-A). for which bids are ping point and/or Casper. Wyo 

I to be received in Sacramento on April , . • 

17, 1946. I 

Said representative will meet pros- , 4/4/46 ^ ^^ _ ^ , _ 
pective bidders at SUck Rock Creek NOTICE OF SALE 



FOR RENT 



43 



in stage betwene depths of ft 
and 35 ft ; 

(100) drilUng 1800 Un. ft grout holes 
In stage between depths of 36 
ft and 60 ft ; 

(101) drilUng 1200 Un. ft grout holes 



LUMBER HANDLING EQUIP- 
MENT : CARRIERS. STACKERS. 
TRUCTKS. Call Mac Pacific Carrier*. 
Oakland. KK 4-1661. 



(9) 



above office. 



•• 



4/4/46 
NOTICE 
«^.«..- , ^. PLUMAS CX)UNTT. (Dalif.— A. - , «, _. ^ 

Specifications obtainable from the Watsons, county engineer, wiU meet j Diesel Engine Co., 

prospecUve bWdem for the proposed Oakland. 



SAN FRANCISCO.— UntU April 12, 

10 A. M., bids wUl be rectelved by; 

the Navy Material Redistribution and 

Disposal Office. 785 Maricet St, San' 

40 ' Francisco, und^ Sale Na B-340,46 

i for sale of ferrous scrap, noa -ferrous 

J. scrap, etc located at Atlas Impwlal 

- - 1000 l#th Are., 



HELP WANTED 



PURCHASING AGBffrr for Build- 
ing Materials Firm, thoroughly fa- 
miliar with Lumber. Ponancnt State 
exp. and salary expected. Reply Bos 
42. c/o DaUy Pacific Builder. 

i/a-S-4-6/M 



I 



i 






^m 



fAe£4 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



TFftJRSDAY. APRIL 4. IM^ 



BiMMMinq PentiMts, Contracfsi Recorde«l IVotlces 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Applications 



27-35 Twp 9 ; owner, Roland S Fed- whom it mav concern -Mar. 26. 1946 

erspeil, Cordova Vinyard Co, MUls; JMar. 29 194&-i^ 215 216 and 217. i «73 616 O'Farrell; owner. Admiral 

contractor. Paul Prom. SouthWood No3 American Homes j Cleaners; contractor. Malm & Welter; 



- 


8AN FRANCISCO 




SAN FRANCISCO 



Road; owner, Agnes Peterson, 7127 , 

Weld St; contractor, W A Peter- ' 

son, 7127 Weld St, I 

ADDITION $600; 10942 Apricot ; DWELLING. 4-room frame, |2500;| Dev7lo^^^^rrn tTa^WWiin^ 1 1 pJug. 

owner and builder, D A McCoy. Ptn Lot 1 Blk 21, North Sacto No ' Co ^^"^^""^ ^° ]^rWm»'^ «74 650 Polk; owner. Anderson; 

Af TF^^Sinnn .>aot o r, k, . 1 ' ^J^J^fl ^^ builder. Wm A sap- ! Mar. 30 iJjifiZL^'riS. Block '22. I contractor. Malm & Welter; motors. 
^Jff^' „*3^J..=??2.1 San Pablo Ave; 1 ^mgfield. 673 Eleanor Ave.. North Aragon Mai^Jf A K^aSTIt £ «75 2166 Market St; owner. John- 

to James W McCabe-.-Mar. 28. 1946 »«>n : contractor. Maim & Welter; 1 



ALTER office bldg, |14,000; 85 Sec- 
ond St ; owner. Pacific Tel & Tel 
Co, 140 New Montgomery St; con- , 
tractor. N H Sio|»erg Son. Oak- ! 
land. 

DWELLINGS, two 1 -story fr. f6.- 
000 each; N Sliver 278.9, 303.9 E 
Mission; owner .Alemany Constr 
Co, 4277 Mission; contractor. Mar- 
tire Sc McKlnney, 4277 Mission SL 

ALTER store and flats, (3000; 1604 
Geary; owner and contractor, The 
Benkyo-So Oo. premises. 

DAIRY. Class B, $2600; W Gilbert 
225 SE Brannan ; owner, J Carr 
and M S^amantas. 217 Kearny. 

ALTER flats and store, $1500 ; 1549 | 
Webster St ; owner, Rafael Yngojo i 
1550 Webster St. 

ALTER dwelling, $800; 76 Rey St; | 
owner, P Apel, prem ; contractor. ! 
Coast Constr Co, 2172 Market St. ' 

ALTER dwelling, $700; 591 Vienna; 
owner. Wm Aimodova, prem ; con 



owner and builder, Herman Brown i Sacramento. 
. ^S^^^.^t}^ .f}:. ! OFFICE and shop bldg. frame, $6000 

ADDITION $800; 1037 87th Avenue;! Si^ of N% Sec 15. Ranch* Dei 
2^* A builder. J P Robles. 10*7 j Paso; owner and builder. Guy F 
!«^IJ?^ ,*■ . i Atkinson Co. P O Box 179. North 

STORE, l-story brick, $50,000; 4431 ! Sacramento. 
E 14th St and 1237 45th Avenue ; | DWELLING, 6-room frame. $6000- 
owner, Mln»o VaJlerga. 4501 Bast | Ptn Lot 73. Carmlcbael ColonyNo I 

2 J owner and buHder, PhlMp q\ 
Benton. 1315 24th St. 



outlet ; 1 switch. 



14th St; contractor. D M Cotton, 
5042 Calaveras; architect, E O 
Roseburg, 1950 Addison St, Ber- 

keligr. 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 
Unlncorpo rated 



DWELUNG, 4-room, tile. $3000; Ptn 
Lot 18 Blk 8, North Sacramento 
Sub No 8; owner and builder, Paul 
B Goodler. 2745 Rio Linda Blvd. 

^LDG, concrete block, $20,000. Stock- 
ton Blvd bet Perry Ave and Fnilt- 
Hdge Road; owner and btiikler, 
Lawrence Constr Co. 

BLDG. industrial. $50,000; Stockton 

Blvd bet Perry Ave and Frultrtdge 

Road ; owner and builder. Lawrence 

Constr Co. 

{DWELLING, 3-room, $2000; Lot 110 



Mar. 30, 1946— Lot 5. Blocks, Eagle ._„,,., „^ , „ . ^ 

HiU AddiUon Henry Wolf, et al. | «76 1146 Phelps; owner, Berwick; 
to Alf red A Hlig .- Jiar. 80. 1946 , contractor. Arc Electric; 11 ouOeU; 

Mar. 30, 1946— Lot 6, Block 10, Eaa- i 12 switches ; 12 plugs, 
ton. Anna Heiniger to W O Nic- 677 1790 McKinnon ; owner. Ber- 

olaids A Son In* Jlar. 29, 1946 wick; contractor. Arc Electric; U 

outlets ; 12 switches ; 12 plugs. 

678 448 Anderson ; owner, Hoecher ; 
contractor. Arc Electric; 10 outlets; 
10 switches; 11 plugs. 

679 N Silver .^ve 150 W Congdon ; 
owner, Boyd Lindsay ; contractor. Arc 
EHectric ; 



plant or plants; 37,500 tons crushed passenger, 4-door sedan tor tlM Clr* 
gravel or crushed utone base course ; J chief. 

230 tons ihedium curing cutback as- Specifications obtainable from th« 
phalt for jprime coat ; 1,300 tons cov- I above office. 

er aggregate for seal coat , 160 tons ] 

medium curing cutback asphalt for , 4/4/46 •* 4M 

seal coat, 15,500 tons plant mixture; i NOTICE OF SALE 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



RESIDENCE, HSOO; Lot 11 Ridge 
Hoad, Redwood Heights; owxrer 
and builder, John Toppfano, 267 
Richland Ave, San Francisco. 

RE^DENCE, $8000; Lot 1 San Ma- 
teo Drive. Bro<Ad*le; owner and I Wrtght Kimbrough Tract No 36^ 

?S M J7 pf J """' ^ O Box ownet and bulldlr. Glen FarrJu 
562, ^enlo Park. j j^^g g g^jj 1469A. 

PACKING House. $13,000; Ptn LotjGARAGB. frume. $1000; Lot St 
1 County Road. Spanlshmtown So; I wright & Kimbrough Tract 36; 
owner. Half Moon Bay Growers' , owner and builder, I L Hight, 2809 
Assn, 20 Pacific Ave, S F; con- j 24th Ave. 

tractor. A H Oppen. Half Moon ; DRtTG STORE, frame. $5000; Lots i 
-,^5?^^™^,^™^ ^ I 23 and 24 Carmichael COlony No 2: i 

tractor, Coast Constr Co. 2172 Mar- RESIDENCES, three. $6000 ea ; Lots owner and builder Lloyd R Narra- 

14. 15. 16 Blk 10, Oak Ave, Menlo ! more, Bo.x 394, Fair Oaks. 
Heights; owner. P Dell Aquila. ! CHURCH, frame, $16,000; Lots 9, 10 j 
,,„,,, North Sacramento Sub No 8; own- ! 

Mezes Ranch. Los Lomitas School er. North Sacramento Baptist Ch ; | 
Dist ; owner, R W Wright. Ather- contractor, C J Hopkinson. I 

ton ; contractor, Paddock Engrg Co TRAILER Court, $1000; Lot 155 A, 

" " * Arcade Park; owner and builder, 

Rte 6, Box 1413. 



680 963 Fillmore ; owner, L 8 Case ; 
contractor. Arc Electric; 2 outlets; 2 
switches. 



OAKLAND 



ket St 

ALTER dwelling, $700; 61 Naples; 
owner, R Wilcox, prem ; contrac- ; SWIMMING Pool. $3000 ; Ptn Lot 38. , 
tor, Coast Constr Co. 2172 Market "' --.--. 

ALTER dwelling, $500; 474 Naples; 



owner. Wpi Graves, prem; con- 
tractor, Coast Const Co, 2172 Mar- 
ket St. 



NoQ-Respoiisilulit 


y 




. 


SAN FR^ANCISCO 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Granted 



FRESNO 



SAN FRANCISCO 



APRIL 2, 3, 1946 



7th and Bayshore. San Mateo 

I RESIDENCE. $7000; ptn Sub 4. John- 

I son St, Spanishtown South ; owner 

: and builder. A H Oppen, Half 

I Moon Bay. 

{TOOL SHED and rumpus room, $1,- 

{ 500; Lot 11 San Benito Ave. Bar- 

I ney Park ; oAvner and builder. J 

j I Jones. 212 San Benito, Redwood 

! City. 

j STORE. $12.000 ; Lot 10 Blk 7. Broad- 
way, Millbrae Gardens No 1 ; own- ^^os. i on prooertv 
er and builder, J and G Amando. , ax,TER STORE, $8200 ; 1440 Pulton 1 f ^ J 

l«i^ ^ Humboldt St San Mateo, l gt; owner. Ted Brix; builder, J T ', •- 

.RESIDENCE. $6000; 31.70 acres on' cowan. I ALAMEDA COUNTY 



April 2. 1946—1021-1023 GOLDEN 
Gate Ave. Louise R' Heringhi 
as to improvements on pnjperty. 

April 2, 1946— SE POWELL AND 

■ j Green Sts. David J Casa.ssa in- 

ALTER STORES, $300,000; 860 Fulton div and admr est Mary Casassa 
St; owner, E Gottschalk & Co; , deed as to improvements on 
builder, Trewhitt, Shields & Fisher. : property 
i STORE, $8500; 1102-06 Belmont; own- I April 2, 1946-1224 MARKET ST. 
er, J Korajian ; builder. Pollard ; Oug Kyriakis as to improvements 
Bros. 



DIVIDE 4th floor of loft into f our i Pescadero Road Pescadero School j^DD TO STORE, $7500; 1932 Echo;; 

units and install toilets, $1500; 62 | ^l^^; owner and builder. Elsie N owner, L Patti ; builder, J T Cowan. | April 3, 1946—3917 TELEGRAPH 
First St; owner. Belding & Hem- | Bloomqulst, 406 Hilton St, Redwood DWELLINGS AND GARAGES (2), j Ave. Oakland. M J and Kate 
Ingway: contractor. G P W Jen- | City. , _ „^ „.,. „ 7000 each; 3227, 3235 Piatt; owner, 

sen & Sons. Inc. 320 Market St i RESIDENCE. $5000 

CLASS C bank bldg, $38,000; „.; 

owner. Merchants Realty Co; arch- 
itect, J Lloyd Conrich ; engineer. 



Lot 76 Blk 8, 



L H Nishkian, 1045 Sansome St; 

contractor, Moore & Roberts, 693 ' 

Mission St. ! 

ADD room to dwelling, $1830; 496 

Monterey Blvd; owner, Mrs E Loh- j 

meyer; contractor, Fred Golben, 

3856 California St. j 

SHEETROCK portion of basement, { 

paint interior and renovate front I 

of dwelling, $800; 1933 Taraval St; 

owner, Mr Coleman ; contractor, i 

McKeon Constr Co, 550 Taraval. i _,,, , . „, „, w, j w 

ALTER steps and landing with ter- \ Wilmington Way Highlands Em- 

razzo. etc -946; 237 Downey Street; I If^Jd Jf^^l, °^"^/ ^f , ^"t^^^l- 
owner. Katherine Marsico: con- I R B Schwerin. 1576 Walota Road. 

tractor. Coast Constr Co, 2172 Mar- ^i;^?^^;^^^"^;,,,^ , „ 

jjg^ gj ! RESIDENCE, $7000; ptn Hanscom 

REMODEL store front, $3700; 687 j 1° f°'« t"^^^' ^^|"^<>^^f<*°°^ 

Market St; owner, M A Pressler; ?*^*= °^"^'";,5f ' 5'^!,^f- ^® ^°'^- 

architect M A Sheldon. 681 Mar- I tola Road. Redwood City, 
ket St; contractor Wm Martin. : ^DDN to residence $1000 ; L^ts 7 

666 Mission St , ^^'L* ^^^.a *r ^outhdale Way, Est 

INSTALL shelves and counter in ! f EmeraW Lake ; owner and con- 
store. $500; 1934 Lawton St; own- I tractor. Gordon Coryall. 729 South- 



Rutherford Ave. Oakleigh F^rk 
No 2; owner and builder, G Mau- 

tone. 680 Greenwich St, S F. I Co- builder J T Cowan 

SWIMMING pool, $3000: 18.769 acres ij^p^^jj^ DWELLING, $2000; 1609 
on Portola Road. Portola School | patterson; owner, Wm Fries; build- 
Dlst; «J^'ner, G E Claburgh. Mtn | ^^ ^ W Morser. 

Home Road, Woodside; contractor, j^^ J) j,q DWELLING. $1400; 1604 
Paddock Engrg Co, 7th and Bay- j ^ighon; owner, Roy M Cowan. 

REsTde&CE.'S!SS': Lot 20 and ptn 1 ^^^ow^eT^H R "JurS"^ = ''' "^''^ 

Lot 21 Blk 2. Gordon Ave, Univer- S'' °^'^®''' ^ ^ ^""^ 

sity Heights; owner and builder, 

Alvin Griiom, 3220 El Camino Real, 

Palo Alto. 
RESIDENCE, $10,000; Parcel 6. 1 ac. 



er, Anton Meklsich ; contractor, 
Myr on A Johnson, 321 Foerster St. 

DWELLING, 2-Btory frame, $10,- 
000; S Judah St 32.6 E 4l8t Ave; 
owner and builder, Henry Doelger 
;Bldr, 320 Judah St 

DWELLING, 1-story frame, $8,000; 
SE Cor 34th Ave and Judah St ; I 
owner and builder, Henry Doelger, , 
Bldr, 320 Judah St. i 

REMODEL store entrance and in- , 
stall new show windows. $800 ; 720 i 
Post St; owner. The Hotallng Est; i 
architect, Bliss & Fairweather, 580 | 
Market St ; contractor, G P W Jen 



dale. Redwood City. 

ADDN to residence. $1500; Lots 20 
and 21 Blk 17, San Bruno Avenue, 
Visitaclon ; owner and builder. W 
Blythe, Brisbane. 

RESIDENCES, two. $10,000 ea; Lot 
5 Middle Ave, Lot 16, Hermosa PI, 
both in Brookdell No 2 ; owner. Pa- 
cific Homes, Inc. P O Box 1070. 
Redwood City; contractor. Pe- 
ninsula Constr Co, Spring and 
Chestnut. Redwood City. 

SAN JOSE 



Recorded Accepted 

jApri 3. 1916—1330 LAKE CHABOT 
Road, San Leandro. Joseph W 
and Louise Schonfeld to R W 

I Delguldice March 2, 1946 

April 3. 1946—3809 VALE AVEN - -. 
Oakland. DjJe E and Patricia 
Long to Roy L Banks ...Mar 30, 1946 
April '8, 1946 — 1904 BANCROFT 
Avenue, dan Leandro. Evelyn E i »«587 4436 Piedmont Ave; owner, 
Mellencamp to E H Meljencamp.. jStrack; contractor, Piedmont Elec- 

...April 2, 1946 j trie; motors. 

April 2, 1946^27 2nd ST. Hay- 36588 4220 Midvale; owner. Ed- 

ward. RIna Beyers to whom it wards; contractor, Clifford Electric; 

may concern April 2, 1946 alterations. 

April 2. 1946— PTN LOTS 3, 2, 3 36689 681 27th St ; owner, Qui Lung 

and 28, Henry Phillips Tr. Oak- ; Laundry ; contractor, Matson Blectrt- j 
land. Ralph H Cutting to H L |cal; motors. | 

Risdon & Sons -April 1. 1946 | 86690 379 30th St; owner. Brack- 

strom; contractor. A L Bolari; fix- 
tures ; alterations. i 

36501 2725 Fruitvale Ave ; owner, 
M Gamble; contractor. James Ander- 
son ; 4 plugs. 

86692 1^2 12th Ave ; owner, Puc- 
cettl ; contractor, Collins Electric Co ; I 
outlets ;» switches ; fixtures ; plugs ; ; 
alterations. ! 

36593 1628 100th Ave ; owner, Reis- 
jback; contractor, Collins Elcitrlc Co; I 
'outlets; switches; fixtures; plugs. j 
I 36694 2068 Broadway ; owner. Em- i 
ipire Construction Co; contractor. Ets- i 
; Hokin & Galvan ; temporary ser\'ice. ' 
36595 1309. 1309A. 1311. 1311A 95th 
Ave ; owner. H E Edson ; contrac- 
j tor, special owner ; outlets ; fixtures ; ' 
{service; alterations. 

I 35596 430 13th St ; owner. United | 
i Studios ; contractor. Spott Electrical ; ' 
i outlets ; switches. ; fixtures ; plugs ; i 
I alterations. 

I 36597 3956 Gardenia Place; owner, 
1 N H Miilenhouser ; contractor, special 
j owner ; 3 outlets ; 1 switch ; 8 fixtures. 
1 36598 705 Peralta St; owner. Law- 
! son & Cinn ; contractor. Payne & j 
! Burks; service; alterations. I 

j 36599 3124 Harrison; owner, Lin- 
I stadt ; contractor. James Anderson ; 
'fire repairs. 

! 36600 5715 Shafter Ave (rear); 
j owner.Blert ; contractor, Piedmont 
I Electric ; 2 plugs. 

86601 829 Slst St; owner, L J 

Stahey; contractor, special owner; 1 

j switch ; 1 fixture. 

I 36602 447 25th St ; owner, Ander- 
I son ; contractor, Flagler Electric Co ; 
motors. 

36603 7744 Sterling; owner, Gran- 
j than ; contractor, Johnston Elec Co ; 
• outlets ; s-wltches ; fixtures ; plugs ; 
I motor for saw. 

j 86604 SW 6th and AHce Streets; 
I owner. DeLucchi ; contractor. Para- 
! mount Elec Co ; outlets ; switches ; 
' fixtures ; plugs ; motor for saw. 
; 86605 2628 Poplar St; owner, Gen- 
^ aral Die Casting Co ; contractor. Far- 
"" ; amount Elec Co ; fixtures ; alter- 
; ations. 

36606 3344 38th Ave; ovjner, De 
Costa ; contractor, Paramount Elec 
-! Co -^fixtures; alterations. 
■ 9OT07 1801 57th Ave; owner, Ga- 

. jnem: contractor, Goss Electric Shop; 

[ service. 
569 N Alemeny Blvd 100 "W San ! 36608 6676 E 14th St ; owner. South 
Jose ; owner, Sullivan ; contractor, Sea Tropical Fish Co ; contractor, 

459-«l"68^ 7th St- owner Joseph * Pred Johnson Electric; ...„ JDel Monte Elec Co; 20 plugs; alter. 

Sinia- plumber J Tancredy;'8 pi fix. > 570 950 Fulton St; owner, Miller; 36609 2444 19th Ave; owner, Scan- 

2904 E 27th St- owner Schultz ; contractor, M Schimetschek ; Ian; contractor. R O Deidrick; two 

Dlumber Finael • 15 water.' 571 312 Mason ; owner, Virginia ; outlets ; two fixtures ; two plugs. 

3019 Montlcello- owner. Gamble ; I Hotel ; contractor, M Schimetschek;. 36610 3917 Telegraph Ave; own- 
plumber. Fingel; 5 pi fix; 3 gas op. j ; er. Milltello; contractor. Clifford EI 

6091 Castle Dr; own'^r. Brass: ■ 572 477 San Bruno ; owner. Daniels ; Co; alterations. 



700 tons asphalt for plant mixture; 
16 tin. ft C.G.S.M culvert pipe; two 
moving and resetting headwalls; 10 
timber culvert markers ; 124 moving 
and resetiting culvert markers; 24 
timber gijiide posts. The minimum 
wage pain labor employed on this 
project shall be in accordance with 
the classijfied labor rates set forth 
in the Special Provisions. Plans and 
specifications may be examined by 



SAN LUIS OBISPO OOUNTT, 
Calif.— UnUl April 15. 10 A M., bids 
will be received by the division engi- 
neer, Pacific Division, San FrmncAaoo 
Real Elstate Suboffice, 360 OaBfoniia 
St, San Francisco 19. for sale oC 
buildings and improvements located 
on the former laxt city portion of 
the east garrison of the Ciunp Rob* 
erts Military- Reser\'ation. San Luis 
Obispo Coxmty. 



prospective bidders at the P u b 1 1 c i 

Roads Administration Offices. 723 ' 4/i/46 •'43 

Phelan Building, San Francisco, and | NOTICE OF SALE 

516 Forurn Building, Sacramento, and I BERKELEY. Alameda Co.. Calif.— 

at the A4«ociated General Contrac- j The City qjC Berkeley will sell at 



tors' Offices, 216 Pine Street, San 
Francisco. 707 Architects' Buildmg. 
Los Angeles, and Hotel Golden, Reno. 
Nevada. Where copies of plans and 
specifications are requested a de- 
posit of ItlO will be required to in- 
sure their return. If these are not 



public auction in the Corporatioa 
xark on April 12, 9 A. M, a seoond* 
hand cab. Chevrolet 1940 model. 



4/f/46 • 41 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
APRIL 84. • P. M. 
returned withiiji 15 days after open- WATER STORAGE TANKS 
ing of bids th< deposit will be for- I PORTERVILLE, Tulare Co, CiRllf. 
feited to the ^vemment. Checiu j Furalshing two water storage tanka 
should be certified and made pay- | Owner — Portervilie Union High School 

Althouse. clerk. 



able to the Treasurer of the United 
States. Plains, specifications and pro- 
posals maty be obtained at the of- 
fice of the Public Roads Adtpinls- 
tration. 7&0 Phelan Building, Sui 
Francisco 2. California. CHAS. ' C 
MORRIS. Division Ekigineer. 

(Daily Pacific Builder) ; 4/4/46 
I (April 4. 1946) , CONTRACT AWARDED 



District Irvin H. 

Portervilie. 
Architect— W. D. Coates. Helm BMf^ 

Fresno. 

Specifications obtainable from th« 
clerk of the district 



4 t 



■■H*^ 



Machinery & Material 



43— MACHIN^J^Y AND 
I ^JUIPMENT 



BERKELEY. Alameda Co.. Calif.— 
Evans Constr. Co., 2744 Regent Bt, 
Berkeley, at $1934.40 awarded con> 
tract by the Berkeley City Council, 
City Hall, Berkeley, for driving 81 
creosote piles 30-ft long. The work 
involves 930 l.f. of piles. 



Wl 



Kerins as to improvements on 

.llack Kruzie. i property. 

REPAIR STORE, $3500; 1927-29 Fres- .April 2. 1946— LOTS 11 and 12, 

no St; owner, Valley Typewriter! College Tract, Berkeley. Rebec- 
ca Roth as to improvements on 



property. 

April 2, 1946—6533 and 6535 TELE- 
GRAPH AVENUE, Oakland. A C 
Karski a^ to improvements on 
property. 



CITY OF NORTH SACRAMENTO 



DWELLING, $5000; 116 Grove St; 
owner, Mrs J Parrell; contractor, 
F C Stabenaw. 



Lkbs Filed 



CITY OF SACRAMENTO 



DWELLING, 5-room stucco, frame 
and wood shingle, $6500; 2994 64th 
St; owner and builder, H Jackson. 

Plombii^ Permits 



SAN FRANCISCO 

Recorded Amount 

April 8, 1946— N CUMBERLAND 
230 W Sanchez. John J Creegan 
vs Mr and Mrs Geo H Schlicht 

$228.77 



OAKLAND 



1955 10th Ave; owner and plumber. 
G J McKean; 23 water. 



Elecbrical Permils 



SAN FRANCISCO 



4/4/46 \ ••43 

NO BIDS RECI^IVEO 

CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT, 
California.— No bids were received 
April 2 by the Bureau of Reclama- 
tion, Redding, for the installation of 
two main generators in ShSLSta power 
plant, Kenjiett Division, Central Val- 
ley Projecit, California; Spec. 1226. 
The power plant is situated at Shasta 
Dam, near Redding. The work con- 
sists of installing and testing two 
75,000-kv-a,, unity power factor, 13,- 
800-volt, 3-^hase, 60-cycle, 138V4 r.p.m. 
vertical - shaft, alternating current 
generators 285 calendar days for 
completion. 



Prospective Bidders 

Radio Range Statioiu Ne«r 
San Diego, Long Beach, 
i Daggett, BakersBdd and 
! Fresno, California 



plumber; Finzel; 6 pi fix. 
4446 Tompkins ; owner. 



contractor. M Schimetschek; ; 366II 474 Fairmont; owner, Church 

Rinkert; j 627 1293 Fillmore; owner, Dixon ;; contractor, Cliffoid Elec Co; outlets; 



sen & Sons, Inc. 320 Market Street. ' WAREHOUSE. $45M; 55 Sunol St ; j ,^^^ ^.^ • 3 ^^ op. j contractor. Malm & Welter; 1 outlet; ig^-jtches; fixtures; plugs. 



INSTALL neon sign in cocktail ; 

lounge. $900; 105 Taylor St; owner, 

T Bayalredes: contractor, Neon ■ 

Mtce Corp. 755 Davis St. 1 

INSTALL neon sign in restaurant, I 

$663 ; 479 Broadway ; o^^'ner, Adelio ; 

Micor; contractor. Neon Mtce Corp Eyrie Ave 

755 Davis St j RESIDENCE. 

INSTALL face signs, $600; 901 Tar- j 

aval St; owner, N J Lipsett; con- ; 

tractor. Neon Mtce Corp. 755 Davis. 
DWELLING. 1-story frame. $6500; 

NE Evelyn Way Comer Tereslt^i ; ' 

owner and builder. Theo G Meyer, j 

200 Quint St. ! 

INSTALL neon sign for store. $650; 1 

440 O'Farrell St; owner, D C Law 



JS^^'onrmcX: G'M""L^Ua.*r57r2465 W^ur; owner. Ungarettl; 

Rhodes Ave j plumber, Finzel; 6 pi fix, 

STORE. $100,000; 720 W San Carlos; j 519 Pine Street .owner Goerklch; 

nwnpr Orchard SuDDlv Co • con- plumber. Jaa Smith; 10 pi iix 

?acLr.'E A HatSy. 12?5 Glen ', «T9 E 28th St ; owner L Thomas; 

s plumber. W Rohde; 4 gas op. 

c......x..,v.^. l-familv, $8000:. 1145 ! 1501 50th Ave; owner Nelson ;, tractor, Chas A Langlals ; 96 outlets ; 

Minnesota Ave: owner and build- I plumber. W Rhode ; l pi fix 

er. Arthur Lantz. 1115 Delmas Ave! '; 1*28 Wood St; owner H 
RESIDENCE. 1-famlly, $9000; 948 plumber. G Murray; 1 pi fix 

Ellis Ave; owner and builder, T 1660 15tb bt; owner 

H Herschbach, 509 Twohy Bldg. er. Huf .schmidt ; 3 pi fix. 
ALTER business bldg, $3000 ; 675 Em . ..^ ,,, ,. o .,1 4-w 

orv St; owner. Spray Mfg Co; con- . plumber. D Watson ; 2 pi fix 

tractor. Calif Spray Chemical Corp ! 41st and Piedmont Ave 

675 Emorv St ) Key Route; plumber. H Clark 



H Lewis 



owner, ; plumb 



3334 Rubin Drive ; owner, T Wallin 



2 plugs. j 36612 1036-40 Fruitvale Ave; own 

628-643 Various locations and own- , g^ Terry ; contraictor. Matson Elec- 
ers ; contractor. Neon Maintenance ; Equip Co ; outlets ; plugs. j 

Corp ; signs. ; 36613 850 42ad Ave ; owner. Clorox 1 

644 Comer Powell and Sutter Sts; Chemical Co; contractor, T L Rosen- ' 
owner, Sir Francis Drake Hotel ; con- berg Co ; alterations. j 

36614 NE 10th and Washington;! 
i7 switches; 81 plugs. 'owner, 10th St Store; contractor, tI 

! 645 20 O'Farrell; owner, Pacific l. Rosenberg Cof alterations. | 

I States Savings & Loan As.sn ; con- ; 36615 2408 Telegraph Ave ; owner, | 
tractor. Chas A Langlais Co ; 1 out- Youngins ; contractor, R J Peterson ; 
i let ; 1 plug alterations. 

i 646 678 Geary St ; owner, G Miri- 36616 5350 Grove St ; owner, Corso ; | 
i ana ; contractor, Manning & Whit- , contractor, Electric Novelty Shop ; 1 
owner, aker; i alterations. 



4/4/46 •• *8 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Bids will be 
received by the U. S. Department of 
Agrlculturif, Forest Service, 447 San- 
some St., £an Francisco 11, for ma- 
terials and equipment as follows: 
April 10, 2 P. M. 

Inv. 401 : gasoline engine for power 
grinder, f.ob. Santa Barbara. 
April 16, 2 P. M. 

Inv. 406: 250 bbls. portland cement 
f.o.b. Trimhier Camp, Fresno County. 
April 18,2 P. M. 

Inv. 402] sale of dump trucks, lo- 
cated at Salinas. 

Inv. 403 : sale of used dump trucks, 
located at Stockton. 

Inv. 404 : sale of stakeside truck, 
etc., located at Arcadia. 

Inv. 406: sale of pickup trucks, lo- 
cated at Bedding. 

4/4/46 •♦ *8 

BIDS WANTED 

LOS GATOS. Santa Clara Co.. Calif. 
—Until Apiril 9, 3 P. M., bids will be 
received by the State Division of 
Highways, J. H. Skeggs, district en- 
gineer, 2001 Van Ness Ave., San Fran- 
cisco, for riental of one or more pneu- 
matic-tired dump trucks of not less 
than 4-cu. yd. level capacity for ap- 
proximatel|y 300 hours of work each 
In vicinity of Los Gates. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above offi^^e. 



M. H. Golden Construction Co.. 8488 
Noell St.. San Diego. 

Charles J. Dorfman, 124 N. La Brea 
Ave., Los Angeles. 

Kashner-Bender, Inc., 704 S. Spring 
St., Los Angeles. 

N. P. Van Valkenburgh Co.. 8609 
San Vicente Ave.. South Gate. 

R. A. Wattson Co.. 5528 Ylneland 
Ave.. North Hollywood. 

California Lead Cable SpUdng Ca, 
12012 S. Atlantic Blvd.. Compton. 

Newbery Electric Corp.. 1038 Venice 
Blvd., Los Angeles. 

Alcom Fence Co., 3340 San Fer- 
nando Rd., Los Angeles. 

United States Construction Corp., 
Ill E Chartres St, Anaheim. 

Shipyard Construction Co. 2eW 
Cherrv Ave., Long Beach. 

Anchor Post Fence Co. of Califor- 
nia, 616 S. Anderson St.. Los Angeles. 

Howes 4 Whitaker, 3313 Union Pa- 
cific Ave., Los Angeles. 

Theodore Scott, 4406 S. Normandle 
Ave.. Los Angeles. 

Wlckes Engineering ft Construc- 
tlon OOh IMl 2nd Ave., Des Moines, 
Iowa 

Phoenix Construction Co., P. O. Box 
906, Bakersfleld. 

R. Goold ft Son, 516 S. El Dorado 
St.. Stockton. 

Whalln Bros., 2942 23rd Ave., Oak- 
land. 

Wlxson ft Crowe. Box 799, Redding. 

C. B. Tuttle. 268 Belmont Ave.. 
Long Beach. 

Frank Electric, 505 Main St., Hay- 
ward. 

Olof Nelson Construction Co.. Lo- 
gan. Utah. 

Scott-Buttner Electric Co.. 534 20th 
St.. Oakland. 

AS. Schulman Electric Co., 587 S. 
Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Petersen Engineering Co., 4126 26th 
St.. San Francisco. 

Samuels ft Franklin, contractors. 
Box 1349, Denver. Colo. 



4 3 



;^ce;*contracto'r."Neon Mtce Corp i CREAMERY. $20000; 841 N 13th 

' St; owner and builder, Jos Dutra; 
architect, Chester Root, Security 



755 Davis St 

DWELLINGS, eight, 1-ston,' frame. 
$6000 each ; W Head St 213. 238, '-^63 
288 S Garfield ; E Victoria 288. 313. 
338, 363 S Garfield; owner and 
builder, F C Frank and E Vignatl, 
4645 Mission St. 

REPLACE window of bar with glass 



tor. E J Lehman. 51 Sharon St. 

ADD room to residence. $950: 2115 
21st Ave; owner. C R Agrusa; 
contractor, E J Lehman, 51 Sharon. 

REPLACE windows of bar with 
glass brick, $900; 339 Eddy Street; 
owner, P Belshan and Kerrigan ; 
contractor, E J Lehman, 51 Sharon. 

DWELLINGS, 20 2-story fr. $10,000 
each; SE Cor 38th Ave and Irv- 
ing St; Irving St 45 E 38th Ave; 



* • 647 453 Prentiss; owner, J A Johan- 36617 Fruitvale and Foothill Blvd; 
gas op. I son ; contractor. Star Electric ; 7 out- 1 owner, Standard OH Co ; contractor. 

959 Goosenor ; owner. Parlath ; ' lets ; 8 switches ; 11 plugs ; service. ■ Spott Elec Co ; service. 

plumber, Durant; 1 pi fix. I $48 2983 26th St; owner. P Cheches; 36618 2354 Valley St; owner. Moro- 

g,^ 610 16th St; owner, Pacific Bldg; I (.Qntractor, Star Electric; 3 outlets; 2 loy Bearing Serv; contractor. Spott 

ALTER clothine store. SIOOO- 94 s ! plumber, Durant; 6 pi fix. biswitches; 2 plugs; service. Elec Co; 4 outlets; 4 plugs. 

; S St oi^ief Ed Pray- contrac- 3301 33rd Ave; o%vner. Bank of ; f 649 417 14th st; owner. Studio: 36619 4216 Mtn View Ave; owner, 

: tor Chas Collins. ' i Amerif a ; plumber. I.. Kruse : 10 pi prggs ; contractor. Hampton Electric ; Gates ; contractor. Spott Elec Co ; 

REsiDEa>ICE 1-famllv, $10,000; 7.30. fix. '. \ .^ m ^ i motors. range. „, „ _, „ 

I Coe Ave owner and builder. T H ' 74th Ave and MacArthur Blvd:, q^ 1198 Evans Ave; owner. Union 36620 1425 Harrison ; owner. Har- 

Her<5chbach i owner. Bank of America; plumber, f ppQ^jy^j^g . ^.Q^j^^^jtoj., Hampton Elec- rison Apts : contractor. Scott Butt- 

- L Kruse; 12 pi fix. jtric- 3 outlets; 1 switch. ner Elec Co; repair fire damage. 

2552 Truman: owner. Minks;, g^j 1739 Fillmore- owner, Juliette 36621 4747 MacArthur Blvd ; own- 



brick. $650; 250 Eddy St; owner.' t^noOO- 368 N 4th Street- 

P Belshon and Kerrigan; contrac- ; MOTEL. ^$30,000.^^3^68 N^4Jh St^reet . ,, 



RESIDENCE, l-familv, $6000; 1460 ; plumber, T Lynch; 3_^s^op^ 
Bird; owner. Leland Fischer; con-. 1405 34th St; owner, 
tractor. Ace L Helmhout. 62 Pala. ; plum ber. M Cetmch ; 2 pi fix. 

RESIDENCE, 1-family, $6000; 1192 
Blewett; owner. Venna McCrack- 
en; contractor, J M Hull. 554 Rut- 
land Ave. 

RESIDENCE. 1-famlly. $9000; 870 
Chapman ; owner, James Pierce : 
contractor. Pasetta Constr Co, 2390 
Park Ave, Santa Clara. 



lis Lighting Fixture Co; 29 fixtures, 
i 36622 417 19th St; owner. Clover 



Compktion Notices 



8AN FRANCISCO 



' Beauty* Academy ; contractor, Won- er. Grace Church; contractor, Bay- 
C Wixson ; ^jg^iite Neon Products ; sign. 

! 652 172 Valencia St : owner, . , ^. ^, 

contractor, Mohrdick Electric ; — — • I Club ; contractor, Langlais Elec Co ; 

i 653 119-121 Beale; owner, S Ritz- 9 fixtures. 

! waller; contractor, Mohrdick Electric, 36623 1249 E 12th Street; owner, 

j^Q. Stelnman; contractor. Manning and 

..... owner, Soracco; Whitaker; 7 outlets; alterations, 

'contractor. Mohrdick Electric; 1 out- , 36624 2058 Franklin Street; owner. 



let; 1 plug. 



'Beasley; contractor, Spott 'Elec Co; 



Accepted 



E 44th Ave 50 N -^Jiza : J^ ^S^°^ g^RES and office 2-story, $20,000: 'Recorded Accepn 

44th Ave fl^dj;"": SB cor *2nd,STOF^S^an^^^^ ^ J^. y^^^_ ^^^^ ^ 1946-SW QUINT^U^ St 

"■ ^ cabrtno 4^0, contractor. E A Hathaway, 1275 



Ave and Cabrillo; o v.»ui...v, ^..w, 
E 42nd Ave: NE Cor 17th St and, 

l?°.^*°'wf TJa ^ol^ mv?lf J6 : ADDN t^relidtnce, $1500; 1117 Glenn 
^ S^"" ?i°A* ^Ih itl^^ciP Ave; owner, Paul Graham; con- 
lS.r•s^?^S^:nT% T^t^^'^ll] ; tpctor, John L Fletcher, 446 Bay- 

NW Cor Cole and Carmel; N Car- 1 •Ji?J?„ busines bide ^-^ -. 

"!li'?.H'^.''^N'mrsf'5^fs?an'i^"tSt^^^^^^ April 3. 1946-2007-11-15-19-23-27 

and 17th Sts; N 17th St 50 E Stan- .^ .„, nnao'i.fl Constr Co. 1071 



655 73 West Portal Ave ; owner, ; 1 t utlet. 
Horstmever Co- contractor, Mohr- i 86625 2209 Telegraph Ave; owner. 
, ?ickE!ectric alterations. Curtola; contractor. Ets. Hokin and 

and 43rd Ave. R F and Bemar- • „ O'Farrell • owner. Horst- Galvan ; 7 outlets 

dine W Gain to whom if may J ^^er- contractor; Mohrdick Electric 1 36626 706 Franklin Street : owner 

concern April 1. 1M6 I "^y*/- ^*>J;"*"°^' "" iCurtola; contractor. Ets. Hokin & 

March 28. 1946— TRACT 528. west j ^° • J* y}^- j^ ^^e; owner, I Galvan ; alterations, 

side Rhode Island St (installing ' Rex Cabinet Shoo contractor. Mohr- 36627 2029 Saint Jarloth ; owner, 
catch basins). S P Co to Robt i J«^ Cabinet Shop com iScherman: contractor. Johnston El 



1 catch basins). S i' <Jo to kodt: ' ^1^1, Electric "alterationa I Scherman ; contractor, jonustuu ^, 

$3000; 240 s| E Buckley^. „,^;, , March_23. m6 ! ^^^^^^ E_ (^pUol ; j Co ; ^outleU . ^..tches . ^ 



and ^ « . 

yan- NW Cor lt7h St and Cole; 
N l-Zth St 50 W Cole ; S 17th St 50 
E Belvedere; SE Cor 17th St and 
Belvedere ; owner and builder, H 
Doelger. Bldr. 820 Judah St. 



tractor. Bridges Constr Co. 1071 
Pine Ave. 
ALTER 1-family residence. $1000; 
389 S 16th St; owner. John Von- 
grey ; contractor. Bridges Constr 
Co. 1071 Pine Ave. 



ow 



,'ner. ; contractor, F H Tat 



DWELLING. 1-story frame. »«X»: j^^DN to office bldg, $4000t 66 n! 

^^I'^ .£i"" "? i?./^2*Sif?rer ' F^rTt St : oiner. Calif o'X Pacific ' 
and builder, Lester L Muiiaaer, , ^^^^^ ^ Trust Co : contractor, Pa- 

^^,^'^^T^^®; ♦ f^rr.^ ««non i sette Constr Co. Park Ave. Santa 

DWELLING. 1-story frame, $6,000. p,-__ 

"^J^*'^iirt ^^ rS^Wev°'^31M DUPLEXES, four. $4000 each: 802-4. 
and builder. Wm J Falvey. 3196 goO-S, 812-14. 816-18 Spring St; own- 



31-35-39-2043 31st AVE. Claude T ..^^.^^ . 
Undsay to whom it "^^y^^'^g^^^g 650 2186 6'FarTell; owner, 
April 2,' 1946:^l6tS 1 to 3 incl 'blk i contractor, H Varakin ; 
6959-B. Junior Terr ; cmg at most 
blk 6959-B Junior 



•80 



36628 4006 E 14th St; owner. Mer- 
cantile Acceptance Co; contractor. 
„ ; Wonderllte Neon Prod ; sign. 

f 36629 1544 Broadway; owner. Cal- 
X C ! if ornla Bldrs ; contractor. Clifford 



Washington St. 



er and builder. 
Spring St. 



L E Sni\*h, 820 



OAKLAND 



DWELLING, 1 -story 5-room. $4000; 
10422 Longfellow Ave; owner and 
builder, J M Walker. 1631 -D Uni- 
versity Ave. Berkeley: architect, 
P»aul Hammarberg, 2 Norwod Ave, 
Berkeley. 

DWELLING. l-stor>' 6-room, $6000; 
10609 Voltaire Avenue; owner and 
builder. J M Walker. 1631-D Uni- 
versity Ave, Berkeley; architect. 
Paul Hammarberg. 2 Norwod Ave. 
Berkeley. 

SIGN, electric. $836; 415 22nd St; 
owner. The Harem Corp; contrac- 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



sly cor lot 3 
Terr NE 75.649 SE 24.266 SW 21.- 
706 SW 63 NW>30; lots 2 and 3 
blk eaee-B Junior Terr; S cor 
lot 3 Wk 6959-B NE 75.649 SE 
24 286 SW 21.706 SW 63 NW SO. 
Eugene Vignati and F C Frank 

to whom It may concern — 

_ April 2, 1»4« 



I eeu 731 Filbert St: o^*'^^ "^el Elec Co; alterations 

[Calderonl ft Co; f *>°^/»^°'^^i^*l 3^0 1210 Franklin Street; own- 

:& Slevers; 2 outlets; 1 swlicn, serv ^^ j^jiitello; contractor. Clifford El 

lice; motors. rircus Co: alteratlona 

661 122 16th St : owner, Circus v. 

I Nuts Food Corp; contractor. Kuchel 

I ft Siever ; 2 outlets. , rz '~ -'■'--^*-- — 

i 662 6221 3rd St; ovr-ner. Bambos, 
contractor. SUr Electric; 1 0"jj«t. ; 

' 663 349 Pacific St ; o-5\-ner, Eldreo , ^.^ 
contractor, Bertrand Electric; 6 out- 
lets; 2 switches; 2 plugs. ^^ 
664 447 Powell ; owner, -..-..--^CO"^ 



OFHOAL PROPOSAL 



Constr. ProJ. Calif. FH 20- B2, D2, E2, 
F3, G3, J, Almanor, Plumas Na- 
tional Forest. Plumas Co^ Calif. 



Recorded -„,,,- 

Mar. 28, 1946-Ptn Lot 6. Block 16, 
Oak park. Chris D McKeon to 
McKeon Construction Co 



con- 



switch. 

665 1891 Palou; owner, .-_. 
tractor. H C Wilson; 12 outlets, o 
service 



FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY. 
PUBLIC ROADS ADMINISTRA- i 
TtON. San Francisco, California, ! 
1946. Sealed bids will be re- 1 



tor. Electric Prod Corp. 950 30th. | ^^ Walter H Henderson. 2830 Cas 
DWELLING, 1 -story 5-room cone. ^^o Way 

$5000: 7200 Chabot Road; owner DWELLING, 4-room frame. «3S00 



8AN MATEO CpUNTY 

Accepted ' trictorrH c'^Wnson; » outlets; 

DWELLING, 6-room, cement block, 

$3000; Ptn Lot 113 City Farms No 

3 ; owner and builder. Alvin L Bab- 
cock. 3743 23rd Ave. , ^.^ ^ „ 

DWELLING, 5-room frame, $4000; Mar. 29. 1946— Lot 1, Atherton Bs 

N 130 ft of S 260 ft Lot 16 Car- tates. Dan D Robertson to Llnd- 

michael Colony No 2 ; owner and ley Construction Co Mar. 28, 1946 1 ^"c^ 

builder. Earl J Wallace, Rte 6, Box Mar. 29, 194ft— Lots 15 and 16, Block 

5292. • 1. Huntington Park. John L 

^l^t 'c'^Sion^meT^xl^i^' ^**'"" '° '^**°°' *' "^iLr°2rm6!"^^"«« Mission "st; owner. Sheir — ^"^^;- ^^ tmcUng" project^Cali 
?rtSctor.^PeSce B^s' ^' "^^ ' ;Mar. 2^" iii^^^' i:ots-^'a^l ^ fH- 20-B2.p2^E2.F^.G3^J. J..- 

GARAGE, concrete block, $1000 ; Lot ; Block 3. Chris D McKeon to Mc- 
41. Oakvale Sub; owner and build- j Keon Construction Cc.Mar. 26, 1946 



4/4/46 • 

BIDS WANTED 

CODY, Wyo.Until Apiil 18, 2 P. 
M.. bids v^iill be received by the U. 
S. Bureau: of Reclamation, Denver, 
Colo., undejr Spec. 1277 for furnishing 
and deliveliing fob cars at shipping 
point or f«|>b cars at Cody, Wyo., at 
the option of the bidder, one (1) 7500 
volt 600 ajmpere. three pole, single- 
throw, outdoor type oil circuit break- 
era; three (3) single pole, outdoor, 
thyrite or autovalve, station - type 
lightning arresters arranged for base 
mounting, and suitable for use on a 
34,500 voltfc three phase, grounded- 
neulral cirtuit; three (3) single-^wJe, 
outdoor, ihyriie or autovalve, sta- 
tion type lightning arresters arrang- 
ed for ba^e mounting, and suitable 
for use on a 2,400 volt, three phase, 
ungrounded neutral circuit; one (1) 
34,500 volt, 600 ampere, three pole, 
single thr<j>w. manually gang oper- 
ater, outd|>or - type disconneciing 
switch; orje (1) 7,500 volt, 600 am- 
pere, thrse pole, single throw ,man- 
ually gang operated, outdoor type 
disconnecting switch ; six (Q> 7500 
volt, 600 ampere, single pole single 
throw, hook operated, outdoor type 
disconnecting switches; three (3> 
34,500 voltj 200 ampere, single pole, 
hook openlited, outdoor type, expul- 
sion fuse disconnecting switches; 
each compilete with two 40E ampere 
fuse units, two t2) 5000 volt insu- 
lated. 600- to 5-ampere. single phase. 
60 cycle, dry-type or compound-fill- 
ed, outdoor type current translorm- 
ers; two (2) 5.000 volt insulated. 2.- 
400- to 120-volt, single phase, 60 cycle, 
dry-type dr compound - filled, out- 
door type poteniial transformers; 
one a> tiwo-element. three phase, 
three wirei watt-hour indicating de- 
mand metier, with 30- minute inter- 
val. In a weatherproof case with a 
socket suljtable for pole mounting. 
The appaitatus will be installed by 
the Goverrtment 

No charKe to prospective bidders 
for specif fcations ; to others. $125, 
not returnable. 

4/4/46 •• 

TO START WORK .,«««« 

SAWMILL Est Cost flW.OOO 

WILLITS. Mendocino County, Cam. 
Construction of modem steel saw- 
Owner and Builder— Russell H. EUe, 

Redwood Ave., WUUts. 

Wbrk Is expected to start within » 
days. 




Classified Advertising 



POSITION WANTED 



QUANTITY SURVEYOR. ARCH 
DRAFTING, ESTIMATING, FIELD 
SUPERVISION. Have 20 yrs. exp.; 

I want connection with contractor, 
painting contractor or home builder 

I in San Francisco. Phone JU. 4-2499 

I or reply Box 43. c/o Daily Pactfla 

i Builder. 



WANTED 
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. REG- 
ISTERED. Mechanical and electrical 
engineers seek structural associate to 
form consulting engineering firm. Bay 
Area. Reply Box 45. c/o Daily Pacifie 
Builder. 4/3-4-5-8-9/4« 



HELP WANTED 



SHINGLE and SHAKE ROOFING 
FOREMAN and SUPT. Capable of 
working with and supervising crew 
I of from 5 to 18 shinglers. Peninsula 
' resident preferred. Good opportunity. 
Reply Box 44. c/o Daily Pacifia 
Builder. 4/3-4-6-8-9/4« 

HELP WANTED 
ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN. 
' full time. Salary open. Call OLymplc 
5672. 4/4-6-8-9/46 



FOR SALE 



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CONTRACTOrtd' 8U^I»LU8 

EQUIPMENT 
I TRUCK CRANE. P ft H TRENCH- 

ER, COMPRESSORS, two 3© CATS, 

LOGGING DOLLY. GAS TRUCK, 
; PLASTER MIXER, etc. McGuto^ 4 

Hester, 796 — 66th Avenue. Oakland; 
; 'Phone TRinidad 7676. (to 4/M/4«) 



Mar. 22. 1946 switches; 7 plugs; service. _,^„. April 2. 1946. Sealed bids T«,-iii be re- 

h«rton Ea- I «66 2191 Mission: o^«^' ,?*|Ct celved at the office of the Public 

Hotel ; contractor. Dowd-Seld JSicc- . ^^^^^ Administration. 720 Phelan 

,« -J «i Building, San Francisco, California, 
Mission ;^^^.j 2.^, p ^ Qjj ^pril 23, 1»46, and 

then publicly* opened for furnishing 
tlie materials and performing the 



667 2024 Mission; owner. 
Bell Creamer>': contractor, Dowd- 
Seld Electric; 3 outlets. 



and builder. R O Brown, 75 Roble 

Road, Bericeley 
ALTER. $900; 2954-5-7 McClure St; 

owner. Wm Musladen, 1126 6th Ave 

contractor; Jas H Pedgrlft, 518 

Apgar St. 
DWELLING. 1 -story 6-room, $7000. 

4nd garage. $300; 7309 Circle Hill 



Lot 30. Beyerford Heights ;owner 1 co 



Mar. 29. 1946— Ptn Lots 15 and 16, 
Block 6, White Oaks. Edward G 
Pomeroy to McKeon Construction 



and builder, Frank X Treanor. 1248 
34th St. 

DWELLING, 5-room frame and stuc- 
co. $2500; Lot 113 Camellia Hgts; 
owner and builder. L Mathis, 3471 
16th Ave. 

REPAIRS to bldgs, $4250: Sectn 26- 



Mar. 27. 1946 



Mar. 29. 1946— Ptn Lot 16. Block 15, 
Oak Park; ptn Lot 16, Block 4, 
Oak Parte; ptn Lot 10. Block U, 
Oak Park. Chris D McKeon to 
McKeon Construction. Mar. 26, 1946 

Mar. 29. 1946— Lot 1, Block 5. Ter- 
vace Gardena W W Holden to 



43 outlets ; 4 switches ; J6 plugs : i nmnor, Plumas Nattonal Forest, PTu 
motors. .^ ! mas County, California. The length 

669 237 Powell: owner. Dunne; , ^^ ^^ project Is 11.066 miles and the ; 
contractor. Victor Lemoge ; altera- : principal items of work are approxi- , 
tiona ^,. 'mately as follows: 8.000 cu. yds. un- , 

670 410 Elizabeth; owner, Talt; j^^j^g^fj^^ excavation; 15 cu. yds. un- j 
contractor, Ca^ey Electric; 10 o«t- . ^j^^^f j^d excavaUon for structures;! 
lets; 10 switches; 10 plugs. ! 4.JJOO cu. yds. unclassified excava- 1 

671 464 Pine owner, 464 Pine ; y^^ j q, borrow ; 15,000 sta. yds. over- j 
Liquor Store; contractor. Casey Elec- jhaul: 1,000 cu. yd. mi. special o-ver- ; 
trie; 10 outleta ,„ haul of borrow; 11056 mUee fine 

672 164 Powell; owner, Travel Bu- | jj^adlng subgrade and shoulders 2.- 
reau: contractor, Casey Electric; 2^000 M. gals, watering: Lump Sum 
outlets. 



■iooo M. gals 
IptHJvldlng and mabitainlng water 



4/4/46 •• *» 

BID OPENED 

MERCED. Calif— The Mernll Co., 
582 Market St, San Francisco, at 
$1062, subihitted only bid to the City 
of Mercedi City Hall, for furnishing 
one single stage sewage ejector, com- 
plete with sewage receiver, rotary 
compre^soi*. motor-driven and auto- 
matic controls and approximately 
2200 Un. ft. 4-in. asbestos -cement pipe. 
Alternate told was received on heavy 
duty scre^nless ejector, wet or dry, 
pit sewage pump and 2200 lin. ft 4-ln. 
cast iron i^ipe. 

4/4/46 •• « 

BIOS WANTED 

BERKEI--EY, Alameda Co., CaUf.— 
Until Aprtl 17. 10 A M.. bids wlU 
l>e received by the Oty of Berkeley, 
City Hall, Berkeley, for one a«w •- 



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"Kmmmsi- smi at his side 



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PLANS and 
Speculations 



.Fairfield; A petition eigixed'by 
nine property owners of Rio Viata 
townuhip askinar permiasion to in- 
««ll a sewer line on the county 
ro^ along Suiaun avenue in Rio 
Viata haa been filed with the board 
of superrisors. Lewis Morrill, city 
clerk, was inatructed to inform 
tnem permiaaion would be granted 
provided authority comes from the 
»t»te to dispose of aewa^ accord- 
ing to plana. The board was also 
Mked to participate in a county 
xact-flnding surver of roads. 
oOo 



1690. 1946 



Fifty 



Yean of 
Service 



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Fifty-aixth YttiT—Vol 56 — No. 66 



SAN FRANCISCO. FRIDAY APRii . ,945 



San Jme: A |80,000 county an- 
imal welfare shelter may be con- 
■tructed on a four-acre tract on 
Bayshore highway between Coyote 
highway and the Western Pacific 
taicks if the plan of the Animal 
Welna« Commission is approved. 
The shelter would house 300 ani- 
mals and answer the present stray 
dog problem. 

oOo 

Monticello: The Monticello Com- 
munis club, in a special meeting 
here, has voted to retain the serv- 
ices of August Kempkey, Bay area 
engineer, to represent the Berry- 
eaaa Valley district in its battle 
against a proposed high-level rec- 
lamation dam on Putah creek that 
would uood the Monticello section. 
oOo 

Santa Clara: County Superinten- 
dent of Schools Lewis H. Britton 
has presented the board of super- 
visors with a request for a share 
of the $70,000 the Stete voted to 
the county for road, sewer and 
school construction. Britton said 
the increased population has caus- 
I ed congestion in schools which 
must be remedied by building addi- 
tional rooms at once, it was re- 
ported. 

oOo 

Salinas: The Salinas Valley En- 
gineering & Development com- 
pany has purchased 77.3 acres of 
land fronting on Monterey road 
south of Katherine street. The 
new concern, incorporated for |500- 
000, haa not publicized plans for 
using the property. 



A.S.H.V.E, MEETS TUES. 

Prank W. Hook and Reginald C. 
Gushing will be featured speakers 
on the subject of "Temperature 
Control" at the meeting Tuesday 
of the American Society of Heat- 
ing and Ventilating Engineers, 
GoWen Gate chapter. 

Dinner will start at 6 p. m. in 
the Engineers' club, 206 Sansome 
street. Discussion will begin at 
7:30 p. m. 

Hook has been Pacific Coast 
Manager of the Johnson Service 
company for many years. Gush- 
ing is on the engineering staff of 
the Minneapolis Honeywell com- 
pany. 



Harbor Improveiiieiits 
At Cresent City To 
Open Tmber Tract 

Authorization of funds for har- 
bor improvements at Oesoent City, 
Calif., will provide access to 15 
billion board feet of timber far 
removed from rail lines and help 
ease one of the most critical bot- 
tlenecks in the Veterans Emer- 
gency Housing Program, National 
Housing Expediter Wilson W. 
Wyatt, said today. 

The Senate has approved the 
outlay of $1,600,000 for the proj- 
ect in the blanket Civil Functions 
Appropriation Bill which was pass- 
ed by voice vote and returned to 
the House for conference. 

Crescent City is an open cove 
on the northern California coast 
about 270 miles north of San Fran- 
cisco and 17 miles south of the 
Oregon border. The harbor is 
about one mile in length, facing 
south, and has no protection 
against southerly winter storms. 

The project provides for addi- 
tional breakwaters and also au- 
thorizes maintenance for a depth 
of 20 feet, measures which will 
permit oceangoing vessels to dock 
within the harbor without being 
endangered by heavy seas. 

The volume of timber tributary 
to Crescent City is estimated at 
about 15 billion board feet, includ- 
ing about nine billion hodrd feet 
of redwood, about two and a half 
billion board feet of Douglas fir 
in the Smith River drainage of the 
Siskiyou National Forest, and from 
three to four billion board feet of 
mixed conifer timber in the tribu- 
teries of the Klamath River. 

Several small mills are in op- 
eration but have to truck their 
lumber to a railhead 70 miles away 
at Areata and are confronted with 
resultant extra costs. 

Mr. Wyatt said that once funds 
are authorized, the Army will ex 



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pedite the project and complete it 
within a year, making the lumber 
available for the second half of 
the Veterans' Emergency Housing 
Program. 

One company anxious to develop 
the area, he added, already has 
made plans to ship logs in ocean- 
going barges — each capable of car- 
rying 500,000 feet of logs— to Port- 
land. Oregon, a distence of 370 
miles. 

# 

PLANT CONTRACT 

The Batson-Cook Contpany of 
West Point, Ga., has been given 
the general contract for the new 
$4,000,000 plasUcs processing plant 
which the B. F. Goodrich company 
is building near Marietta, Ohio. 



WOMEN? WOMEN! 

Back in 1861, when Catling was 
busy inventing the machine gun, 
And a guy named Sellers was mak- 
ing Hollywood possible by invent- 
ing a motion picture projector, 
Vasaar College was established. 
During the 85 years of ite exist- 
ence, this strictly women's college 
has been presided over by men. 
. • • • 

On July 1, Poug^keepsie, New 
York, may feel an earthquake when 
President Henry N. MacCracken 
of Vassar College, retires and is 
succeeded by Sarah Gibson Blend- 
ing — a woman! Just how this is 
going to work out is hard to say, 
but the odds are that Sarah will 
have her problems — all women. 

• • • 
A wonan can give orders to 

other women— in fact, they just 
love it! But when it comes to tak- 
ing orders from another woman 
. . it's a wie-way street. 

• • • 
Men can accept their position 

in employment or like situations, 
recognizing the obligations and re- 
sponsibilities going with different 
jobs — ^and when the whistle blows, 
all of that is forgotten. 

• • * 
Men will admit that some other 

men may possess certain qualifica- 
tions superior to their own or that 
in some lines and instances some 
other man is better than they are. 
Did you ever hear of a woman 
admitting that any other woman 
was better than she is at any- 
thing ? 

• * • 
A man supervisor, in discussing 

his work, will speak of method, 
process, or technical detail. A wo- 
man supervisor, in describing her 
job, will say: "I have charge of 
12 girls", or "I have 16 giris un 



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I Calistoga may soon see a first- 
class sanitarium hotel under con- 
struction, if plans of Nance and 
Hughes, owners of the Nance's 
Saniterium and Mud Baths, Lin- 
coln street, come to a reality. 

The architect's drawing above, 
created by Houghton Sawyer. 5369 
Broadway, Oakland, shows the 
modem design which will give each 
room plenty of sunshine, and a 



private mdividual balcony which 
measures 4 x 12 feet in dimen- 
sion. 

The proposed building will be 
five stories in height, have 80 
rooms, measuring 12 x 16 ft, each 
with individual bath. 

The second floor of the building 
will have a completely modem 
bath house easily accessible from 
every floor by means of an ele- 



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vator. j 

A solarium and roof galrden will 
occupy the top of the stmcture. 
On the ground floor will be a spa- 
cious lobby, a modem cafe and 
coffee shop, a beauty salon, bar- 
ber shop and several game rooms. 

Constructed of reinforced con- 
crete, the building will be sound- 
proof, air-conditioned artd vrired 
for radio in every room. 



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der me". This is probably because 
of woman's rebellion ac^Giinst be- 
ing a woman — in occupying a place 
secondary to male. 

• • • 

This hereditary resentment ex- 
tends back to the dawn of history 
when Man dragged his Woman up 
the hill and into his cave, pinning 
her ears back and speaking to her 
somewhat as follows: 

• • * 

"Listen, Cookie, qnit thissqaawk- 
ing about going home to Moauaa. 
I asi going o«t to get meat and 
while Pm gone, yoa cmmb tip this 
Joint and get a cooking fire start- 
ed." 

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(I am not speaking of YOU, but 
of the "average" woman and be- 
sides — 



OAKLAND FIRM BUYS 
410,000 USED OIL DRUMS 




Sale of some 410,000 used oil 
drums, comprisinsr practically all 
the "empties" which have clogged 
storage facilities in Hawaii and 
Alaska, was reported today to Sec- 
retary of the Interior J. A. Krug. 

The Myers Barrel Company of 
Oakland, will pay approximately 
$84,000 for the drums "as is and 
where is". 

Some 200,000 of them are at 
various pointe in the Hawaiian Is- 
lands and 210,000 have been stored 
at Adak, Amchitka, Attu, Shenya 
and Whittier, in Alaska. 

# ' 

SCRAP FAMILIAR SHOP 

The 3,2260-ton old Pacific Coast 
lumber carrier "Anna Schafer", 
now the "SS Tularan", anchored 
in Suisun Bay, has been declared 
surplus by the Navy and will be 
sold for scrapping by the U. S. 
Maritime Commission. Competi- 
tive sealed bids for sale of the 
vessel will be opened in Washing- 
ton on April 18. 



S. F. March Permits 
Indicate Boom Coming 

Construction permits issued by 
the city of San Francisco during 
March were valued at $12,718,603, 
shattering all previous records, 
and causing some quarters to fore- 
cast a building boom. 

However, it must be y realized 
that some of these pen^its may 
have been applied for in- order to 
sneak under the Civilian Produc- 
tion Authority order limiting new 
construction and repairs. 

The March total is nearly six 
times that of February, the high- 
est previous month. 

Building inspectors i n d i cated 
that the total also included pLana 
for building hundreds of "row 
houses" and predicted that the 
first signs of the long-anticipated 
hom-building boom may be under- 
way. 

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AIRLINE MOVES HERE 

The entire maintenance facilities 
of the United Air Lines are being 
moved to San Francisco from Chi- 
cago. 



SEEK SWIMMING POOL 
FOR ALASKA CAPITAL 

The Bureau of Community Fa- 
cilities, FWA, is making funds 
available for several construction 
projects in Alaska, one of which 
is a swimming pool. 

In Seward an old USO building 
will be converted to municipal use, 
and a four-classroom school will 
receive improvemente and an ad- 
dition. Work will cost nearly $60,- 
000. 

In Juneau, capitol city, a rec- 
reational structure is planned 
which will house a swimming pool, 
a rifle range, club rooms, n wwige, 
kitchen, and other facilities, cost- 
ing over $200,000. 



PRICE 15 CENTS PER COm 

P. G. & L Campaigns 
Nationally For New 
Industries Here i 

A nation-wide publicity cam- 
pai^ to bring new industries and 
business to the Northern Califor- 
nia area has been launched by the 
Pacific Gas A Electric Co., through 
selective use of nationally known 
magazines, a lavishly printed fuU^ 
color brochure, and other adyer<^ 
tising efforts. ^ 

Striking advertisements in Time, 
NewswecJc, Forbes, The United 
States News, Saturday Evening 
Post, and Wall Street Journal, re- 
produced in brilliant color, tell the 
story of how investigation of 
Northern California's industrial 
possibilities can prove profitable 
to Eastern businepa firms. 

As a result of an independent 
survey the P. G. 4 E. has a com- 
plete source of information for 
the potential newcomer. 

A trained engineering staff has 
been built solely to help industrial 
firms learn the facts about locating 
here. The staff works closely with 
existing agencies and offers its 
services at no charge. 

Complete information on envir- 
onment, topography, transporta- 
tion, drainage, trucking and freight 
rates, and for other essential in- 
formation is available. 

Maps, perspectives, aerial photo- 
graphs, graphs and charts has 
been compiled. Estimated cost of 
establishing here, and cost of main- 
taining proposed equipment and 
overhead costs are figured for the 
prospect. 

The obvious advantage of the 
excellent geographical location of 
which Northern California offers 
for both Western and Pacific mar- 
kets, is pointed out. 

Full information of the program 
to brin^ new industries here can 
be obtained from the Pacific Gas 
ft Electric Co., San Fraitcisco 6. 

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MEET WEDNESDAY 



Next meeting of the East Bay 
Association of Architecte will be 
Wednesday at 7:46 p. m. in the 
Leamington hotel, Oakland. 

Discussion of the effect of GJ. 
priority on the building industry 
will be heard, in addition to a re- 
port on actual square foot-cost of 
recently completed resideotial 
bunding in this area. 



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FIRST PUBLISHED TODAY 



Highway Improvements — Humboldt 
County 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the office of the State Highway 
Engineer, Room 373, Public Works 
Building, Sacramento, California, un- 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 24, 1948, 
at which time they will be publicly 
opened and read in the Assembly 
Room of said building, for repairing 
State Highway In accordance with 
the specifications therefor, to which 
special reference is made, as follows: 
Humboldt County, between Pat- 
rick's Point and Big Lagoon (1-Hum- 
1-J), a distance of about three and 
four-tenths (3.4) miles to be surfaced 
with plant-mixed surfacing on Im- 
ported base material and a seal ocat 
to be applied to the plant-mixed sur- 
facing. 

Bids are required for the entire 
work described herein. 

In accordance with the provisions 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Works has 
ascertained the general prevailing 
rate of wages applicable to the work 
to be done to be as follows: 
Classification Rate per hour 

Asphalt plant dryerman or 

fireman -. „.$1.40 

Asphalt plant mixer operator 1.46 

Asphalt spreading machine 

operator . ,. - ,,, ,. 1.76 

Flagman LOO 

Laborer 1.00 

Motor grader operator 1.85 

Oil distributor bootman 1,125 

Oiler, power shovels or cranes.. 1.25 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and Including one cubic yard) 1.85 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) - 2.00 

Roller operator 1.65 

Tractor driver 1.70 

Truck driver (18 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) 1.5625 
Truck driver (14 cubic yards 
and less than 18 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.4375 

Truck driver (8 cubic yards 
and less than 14 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.375 

Truck driver (4 cubic yards 
and less than 8 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.1875 

Truck driver (less than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity).. 1.0625 
Any classification omitted 

herein not less than 1.00 

Overtime — one and one-half (1%) 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men, guards and flagmen) — one and 
one-half dVi) times the above rates. 
The rates of wages, including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday rates, above 
specified afe subject to the effect. If 
applicable hereto, of executive orders 
of the President of the United Statea 
and to any modification thereof and 
to any and all lawful orders of the 
President or any other authorized 
Federal officer or agency. Insofar as 
the same may be applicable to this 
contract. In case of any inconsist- 
ency, the rates fixed by any such 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher or lower, shall control. 

Plans may be seen, and forms of 
proposal, bonds, contract, and speci- 
fications may be obtained at the 
office of the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public Works Building, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may be 
seen at the offices of the District 
Engineers at Los Angeles and San 
Francisco, at the office of the Dis- 
trict Engineer of the District in 
which the work Is situated, and at 
the office of the Associated (3kneral 
Contractors in San Francisco. 

No bid will be considered unless 
it is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the Proposal Requirements 
and Conditions set forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Specifications. 
Each bidder must be licensed and 
prequalified as required by law. (See 
.said Proposal Requirements and Con- 
ditions.) 

The Department of Public Works 
reserves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
G. T. McCOY, 
State Highway Engineer. 
Dated : April 5, 1946. 

(Daily Pacific Builder) 
(April 6-12-19. 1946) 



of the President of the United Statea 
and to any modification thereof and 
to any and all lawful orders of the 
President or any other authorised 
Federal officer or agency, Insofar as 
the same may be applicable to this 
contract. In case of any Inconsist- 
ency, the rates fixed by any such 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher or lower, shall control. 

In accordance with the provisions 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Works haa 
ascertained the general prevailing 
rate of wages applicable to the work 
to be done to be as follows: 
Classification Rate per hour 

Carpenter $1,375 

Cement finisher „. 1,76 

Concrete mixer operator (one 

cubic yard capacity or less).. 1.45 
Concrete mixer operator (over 
one cubic yard capacity and 

paving type) 1.70 

Concrete vibrator operator 1.25 

Flagman IJOO 

Laborer 1.00 

Oiler, power shovels or cranes.. 1.25 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 1.85 
Operator of power shovel or 
other exciavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) .. . — 2.00 

Pipe layer 1,875 

Reinforcing steel worker 1.50 

Tractor driver 1.70 

Truck driver (18 cubic * yards 

water level capacity or more) 1.5625 
Truck driver (14 cubic yards 
and less than 18 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.4375 

Truck driver (8 cubic yards 
and less than 14 cubic yards 

water level capacity) . — 1.375 

Truck driver (4 cubic yards 
and less than 8 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.1875 

Truck driver (less than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity).... 1.0625 
Any classification omitted 

herein not less than 1.00 

Overtime — one and one-half (1%) 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men, guards and flagmen) — one and 
one-half (1%) times the above rates. 
STATE HIGHWAY ENGINEER'S 
ESTIMATE 
Item 1. 900 cubic yards structure 
excavation. 

Item 2. 10 cubic yards Class "A" 
Portland cement concrete (struc- 
tures). 

Item 3. 24 cubic yards Class "B" 
Portland cement concrete (curbs and 
gutters). 

Item 4. 12 lineal feet 12-inch re- 
inforced concrete pipe (standard 
strength). 

Item 5. 744 lineal feet 18-lnch re- 
inforced concrete pipe (standard 
strength). 

Item 6. 60 lineal feet salvaging ex- 
isting pipe culvert. 

Item 7. 60 lineal feet relaying sal- 
vaged corrugated metal pipe. 
Item 8. 800 pounds bar reinforcing 

st6cL 
Item 9. 4 each, cast steel frames 

and covers. „,^„,j.a 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
G. T. McCOY, 
State Highway Engineer. 
By F. W. HASELWOOD, 
District Engineer. Diat. II. 

Dated: April 1, 1946. . „ .,^ , 

(Dally Pacific Builder) 

(April 5-12, 1946) 



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proposal, bonds, contract, and speci- 
fications may be obtained at the 
office of the State Highway EZngl- 
neer. Public Worlcs Building, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may be 
seen at the offices of the District 
Engineers at Los Angeles and San 
Francisco, at the office of the Dis- 
trict Engineer of the District in 
which the work Is situated, and at 
the office of the Associated General 
Contractors in San Francisco. 

No bid will be considered unless 
it is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the Proposal Requirements 
and Conditions set foith under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Specifications. 
Each bidder must be Ucensed and 
also prequalified as required by law. 
(See said Proposal Requireznents and 
Conditions.) 

The Department of Public Worka 
reserves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
G. T. McCOY, 
State Highway Engineer. 
Dated: April 5, 1946. 
I (Daily Pacific Builder) 

(April 5-12-19, 1946) 

I 



Highway 



I mprovementv— Humboldt 
County 



Rato per hour 

.\sphalt plant dryerman or 

fireman $L40 

Carpenter L125 

Cement finisher 1.75 

Concrete mixer operator (one 

cubic yard capacity or leas)- 1.45 
Concrete mixer operator (over 
one cubic yard capacity) ~— 1-70 

Concrete vibrator operator 1.25 

Flagman LOO 

Jackhammer operator . 1-26 

Laborer _~— 1.00 

Motor grader operator . 1-85 

Oil distributor bootman 1.125 

Oiler, power shovels or cranes.. 1.25 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 1.85 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) .- 2.00 

1.60 

1-65 

1.70 



Reinforcing steel worker 
Roller operator ... 



No bid will be considered unless 
It Is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made In accordance with the pro- 
visions of the Proposal Requirementa 
and Conditions set forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Speclficationa. 
Each bidder must be hcensed and 
also prequalified as required by law. 
(See said Proposal Requirements and 
Conditions.) 

The Department of Public Worka 
reserves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
G. T. McCOY, 
State Highway Engineer. 
Dated March 29. 1946. 

(Daily Pacific Builder) 

(Mar. 29, April 5-12, 1946) 

San Francisco 3-22 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



FIRST PUBLISHED TODAY 



Highway Improvement* — Siskiyou 
County at Dunsmuir (ll-Sis-3-A) 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



FIRST PUBLISHED TODAY 

Highway Improvements — Lake Co. 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

■»" 

Sealed proposals will be received 
at the office of the State Highway 
Engineer, Room 373, Public Works 
Building, Sacramento, California, un- 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on May 1, 1946, at 
which time they will be publicly 
opened and read in the Assembly 
Room of said building, for construct- 
ing State Highway in accordanxie 
with the specifications therefor, to 
which special reference is made, as 
follows: 

Lake County, between 1 and 2 mliee 
south of Upper Lake (l-Lak-89-E), 
two bridges to be constructed, on© 
across Robinson Creek and the other 
across Scott Creek. 

Bids are required for the entire 
work described herein. 

In accordance with the prov^lons 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Works has 
ascertained the general prevailing 
rate of wages applicable to the work 
to be done to be as follows: 
Clasairication Rate per hour 

Carpenter 11.125 

Cement finisher 1-75 

Concrete mixer operator (one 

cubic yard capacity or less).. 1.45 
Concrete mixer operator (over 

one cubic yard capacity) L70 

Concrete vibrator operator 1.25 

Derrick operator 
Flagman 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the office of the State Highway 
Engineer, Room 373, Public Worica 
Building, Sacramento, California, un- 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 10, 1946, 
at- which time tliey will be publicly 
opened and read In the Assembly 
Room of said building, for repair- 
ing State Highway in accordance 
with the specifications therefor, to 
which special reference is made, aa 
follows ; 

Humboldt County, between Loleta 
and Fields Landing (l-Hum-1-G), 
about four (4.0) milea in length, bate 
to be reinforced and surfaced with 
plant-mixed surfacing. 

Bids are required for the entire 
work described herein. 

In accordance with the provisUons 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Works haa 
ascertained the general prevailing 
rate ef wages applicable to the work 
to be done to be as follows : 
Classification Rate per hour 

Asphalt plant dryerman or 

fireman |L40 

Asphalt plant mixer operator... 1.46 
Asphalt spreading machine 

operator 1.76 

Flagman 1.00 

Laborer - 1.00 

Motor grader operator 1.85 

Oil distributor bootman 1.125 

Oiler, power shovels or cranes 1.26 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 1.85 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) 2.00 

Roller operator 1-65 

Tractor driver 1.70 

Truck driver (18 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) 1.6025 
Truck driver (14 cubic yards 
and less than 18 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.4375 

Truck driver (8 cubic yards 
and less than 14 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.376 

Truck driver (4 cubic yarda 
and less than 8 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.1875 

Truck driver (less than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity)— 1.0625 
Any classification omitted 

herein not less than 1.00 

Overtime — one and one-half dH) 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch - 



Tractor driver . — 

Truck driver (18 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) 1.5625 
Truck driver (14 cubic ya,rds 
and less than 18 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.4375 

Truck driver (8 cubic yards 
and less than 14 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.376 

Truck driver (4 cubic yarda 
and less than 8 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.1875 

Truck driver (leas than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity) — 1.0625 
Any classification omitted 

he"rein not less than 1.00 

Overtime — one and one-half (1%) 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men, guards and flagmen)— one and 
one-half iV^) times the above rates. 
The rates of wages, including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday ratear above 
specified are subject to the effect, if 
applicable hereto, of executive orders 
of the President of the United Statea 
and to any modification thereof and 
to any and all lawful orders of the 
President or any other authorized 
Federal officer or agency, insofar as 
the same may be applicable to thlfC 
contract. In case of any inconsj^- 
ency, the rates fixed by any much 
applicable Federal order, wfapther 
liigher or lower, shall controL / 

Plans may be seen, and fol%ns of 
proposal, bonds, contract, and speci- 
lications may be obtained at the 
office of the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public Works Building, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may be 
seen at the offices of the District 
Engineers at Los Angeles and San 
Francisco, at the office of the Dia 



Highway Improvements 
County 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Highway improvement*— LasMn 
T County 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Truck driver (4 cubic yarda 
and less than 8 cubic yarda 

water level capacity) 1.1875 

Truck driver (less than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity) — 1.0626 
Any classification omitted 

herein not less than 1.O0 

Overtime — one and one-half (1%) 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men, guards said flagmen) — one 
and one -half (1%) timea th« above 
rates. 

The rates o^ wages, including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday rates, above 
specified are subject to the effect. If 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the oHflce of the State Highway 
Engineer, Room 373, Public Worka 
Building, Sacramento, California, un- 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 10. 1946, 
at which time they will be publicly 

opened aind read in the Assembly ., . , . .. . .• _j „ 

RVom of said building, for repairing applicaWe hereto, of executive order. 
State Highway In accordancrVlth I of the President of the United States 
the specifications therefor, to which ! f °d ^o any modification th^f and 
special reference is made, as follows: | « any and all lawful orders of the 

Lassen County, between VIewl.nd P'-f dent or any other author^ed 
and Seoret Valley ( I l-La..73-B). F^<ie^» o«><^" ^^^ agency insofar «^ 

about thlKeen and eight-tenth. (13JI) | ^J^J^^^- .^L?: ^Pil^^^lL'.n.uJ! 
miles in length, to be surfaced with 



trict Engineer of the District in | 
which the work is situated, and at 
the office of the Associated General 
Contractors in San Francisco. 

No bid will be considered unless 
it is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the Proposal Requirementa 
and Conditions set forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Specifications. 
EELch bidder must be Ucensed and 
also prequalified as required by law. 
(See said Proposal Requirements and 
Conditions.) 

The Department of Public Works 
reseirves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
G. T. McCOY. 
State Highway Engineer. 
Dated Mfirch 29. 1946. 

(Daily Pacific Builder) 
(Mar. 29, April 5-12, 1946) 



Highway Improvements— Siskiyou 
County 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the office of the State Highway 
Engineer, Room 373, Public Works 
Building, Sacramento, Callforoia, un- 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 24> 1946, 
at which time they will be publicly 
opened and read in the Assembly 
Room of said building, for construct- 
ing Highway in accordance with the 
specifications therefor, to which spe- 
cial reference is made, as follows: 

Plumas County, across Hamilton 
Branch, between Big Meadows Dam 
and Lassen County Line ( I l-Plu-S23), 
a steel girder bridge with concrete 
deck to be constructed. 

Bids are required for the entire 
work described herein. 

In accordance with the provisions 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Works has 
ascertained the general prevailing 
rate of wages applicable to the work 
to be done to be as follows: 

Skilled Labor 
Classification Rate per houf^ 

Carpenter „.$1.60 

Cement finisher 1.75 

Concrete mixer opeirator (one 

cubic yard capacity or less).. 1.45 
Concrete mixer operator (over 

one cubic yard capacity) 1.70 

Derrick operator 2.00 

Motor grader operator 1.85 



imported gravel base and piant-mlxed 
surfacing. 

Bids a.pe required for the entire 
work destribed herein. 

In accdrdance with the provisions 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Works haa 
ascertain^ the genertil prevailing 
rate of wiages applicable to the work 
to be doDle to be as follows: 
Classifi«a|tion Rate per hour 

Asphalt plant drj-erman or 

fireman $1.40 

Asphalt diant mixer op>erator.._ 1.45 
Asphalt spreading machine 

operator - 1-75 

Flagman 1.00 

Laborer \ 1.00 

Motor grfeder operator — 1.86 

Oil distrit)utor bootman 1.126 

Oiler, povli-er shovels or cranes^ 1.26 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the office of the State Highway 
menf guards and flagmen) — one and I Engineer, Room 373, Public Works 
one-half (1%) times the above I Building, Sacramento, California, un- 



rates. 

The rates of wages, including ov- 
ertime, holiday or Sunday rates, 
above specified are subject to the 
effect, If applicable hereto, of execu- 
tive orders of the President of the 
United States and to any modifica- 
tion thereof and to any and all law- 
ful orders of the President or any 
other authorized Federal officer or 
agency, insofar as the same may be 
applicable to this contract. In case 
of any inconsistency, the rates fixed j to be applied. 



til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 17, 1946, 
at which time they will be publicly 
opened and read In the Assembly 
Room of said building, for repairing 
State Highway In accordance with 
the specifications therefor, to which 
special reference is made, as follows: 

Siskiyou County, between Cougar 
and Don-it (11-818-72- B,C), a ^dls- 
tance of about '.hirty-one and seven- 
tenths (31.7) miles in length, seal coat 



SEALED PROPOSALS will be re- 
ceived by the Department of Public 
Works, Division of Highways, at the 
office of the District Engineer, Red- 
ding, California, 2:(X) o'clock P.M. on 
April 16, 1946, at ^hich time and 
place they will be publicly opened 
and read, for performing work as 
follows : 

Siskiyou County, at Dunsmuir (II- 
Sis-3-A), about fifteen - hundredth* 
(0.15) mile In length, an 18-Inch rein- 
forced concrete pipe storm drain to be 
installed and existing cross-drains 
connected thereto. 

Plans and specifications, and forms 
of proposal, bonds, and contract may 
be obtained at the above address. 

No bid will be considered imless 
it is made on a proposal foim fur- 
nished by the District Engineer, and 
is made in accordance with the pro- 
visions aet forth under Section 2, 
"Proposal Requirements and Condi- 
tions" of the Standard Speclficationa 
EUich bid must be accompanied by a 
proposal guaranty in accordance with 
the requirements of article (f) of the 
said Section 2 of the Standard Speci- 
fications. 

The Department of Public Works 
reserves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

The quantities listed In the State 
Highway Engineer's Estimate here- 
inafter stated, are approximate only, 
being given as a basis for the com- 
parison of bids, and the Department 
S^ Public Works does not, expreasly 
or by implication, agree that the 
actual amount of work will corre- 
spond therewith, but reserves the 
right to Increase or decrease the 
amount of any class or portion of 
the work, or to omit portions of the 
work, as may be deemed by the Engi- 
neer to be necessary or advisable. 

Bids are required on the entire 
work described herein. 

The rates of wages, Including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday rates, herein 
specified are subject to the effect, if 
applicable hereto, of executive orders 



1.00 
1.25 



2.00 
1.00 

Jackhammer operator 126 

Laborer 

Oiler, power shovels or cranes.. 

Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 1.85 

Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 
one cubic yard) 2.00 

Painter (brush) ^^ 

Painter (spray) 1-66 

Pile driver holstman or 
operator f-^ 

Pile driver man ^-o? 

Reinforcing steel worker 1.W 

Roller operator 



1.66 

1.76 
1.70 



Strvctural steel worker 

Tractor driver - — ^--— 

Truck driver (18 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) 1.5625 
Truck driver (14 cubic yarda 
and less than 18 cubic yards 

water level capacity) ~^- i.4i7» 

Truck driver (8 cubic yarda 
and less than 14 cubic yarda 
water level capacity) — ------ 1570 

Truck driver (4 cubic yarda 
and less than 8 cubic yarda 

water level capacity) -~ LISTS 

Truck driver (less than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity).. 10625 
Any classification omitted 

herein not less than -_---. 1.W 

Overtime — one and one-half (1%; 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and hoUdays (except watch- 
men, guards and flagmen)— one and 
one-half (1%) times the above rates. 
The rates of wages, including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday rates, above 
specified are subject to the effect. If 
aoDllcable hereto, of execuUve orders 
of the President of the United Statea 
and to any modification thereof and 
to any and all lawful orders of the 
President or any other authorized 
Federal officer or agency. Insofar aa 
the same may be applicable to thia 
contract In case of any tncooalat- 
ency, the ratea fixed by any auch 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher or lower, shall controL 
Plana may be seen, and forma of 



by any such applicable Federal or 
der, whether higher or lower, shall 
eontrol. 

Plans may be seen, and forms of 
proposal, bonds, contract, and spec- 
ifications may be obtained at the 
oMlce of the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public Works Building, Sac- 
ramento, California, and they may 
be seen at the offices of the Dis- 
trict Engineers at Los Angeles and 
San Francisco, at the office of the 
District Engineer of the District in 
which the work is situated, and at 
the office of the Associated General 
Contractors In San Francisco. 

No bid will be considered vmless 
It Is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made in accorxJance with the pro- 
visions of the Proposal Requirements 
and Conditions set forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Specifica- 
tions. Each bidder must be licensed 
and also prequalified aa required by 
law (See said Proposal Require- 
ments and Conditions). 

The Department of Public Works 
reserves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

O. T. McCOY 

State Highway Engineer 

Dated March 22, 1946. 

(Dally Pacific Builder) 
(Mar. 22-29, April 5, 1946) 



Highway I mprovement»— Mendocino 
County 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Bids are required for the entire 
work described herein. 

In accordan'^e with the provisions 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Works haa 
ascertained the general prevailing 
rate of wages applicable to the work 
to be done to be as follows: 
Classification Rate per hour 

Asphalt plant dryerman or 

fireman _ $1.40 

Flagman , 1.00 

Laborer { 1.00 

Oil distributor bootman 1.25 

Oiler, power shovels or cianes.. 1.25 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 1.85 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) ^ 2.00 

Roller operator _..~~ 1.66 

Tractor driver LTO 

Truck driver (18 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) L5625 
Truck driver (14 cubic j-arda 
and less than 18 cubic yarda 

water level capacity) 1.4375 

Truck driver (8 cubic yards 
and less than 14 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1375 

Truck driver (4 cubic yai^la 
and less than 8 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.1876 

Truck driver (leas than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity).— 1.0825 
Any classification omitted 

herein not less than 1.00 

Overtime — one and one-half (1%) 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men, guards and flagmen) — one and 
one-half (1%) times the above ratea 
The rates of wages. Including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday rates, above 



Sealed proposals will be rec^ved 
at the office of the State Highway , specified are subject to' the effect, if 
Engineer, Room 373, Public Works applicable hereto of executive orders 
Building, Sacramento, California, un- of the President of the United States j in San Fr a nclaca 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 24, 1946, and to any modification thereof and 
at which time they will be publicly to any and all la-»-fiil onlera of the 
opened and read In the Aaaembly President or any other authorlaed 
Room of said building, for construct- i Federal officer or agency, Insofar aa 
ing State Highway In accordance the same may be applicable to thla 



Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 1.85 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) 2.00 

Painter (brush) - 1.25 

Painter (spray) — . 1.50 

Reinforcing steel worker 1.50 

Roller operator „ 1.65 

Structural steel worker L. 1.75 

Tractor driver 1.70 

Truck driver (18 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) 1.5625 
Truck driver (14 cubic yards 
and less than 18 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.4375 

Truck driver (8 cubic yarda 
and less than 14 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.375 

Pile driver man — 1.86 

Intermediate Grade Labor 

Concrete vibrator operator 1.25 

Jackhammer operator 1.25 

Oiler, power shovels or cranes.. 1.26 
Truck driver (4 cubic yards 
and less than 8 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.1875 

T?-uck driver (less than 4 cubic 
yards water level capacity)... 1.0625 

Unskilled Labor 

Flagman 1.00 

Laborer 1.00 

Positions not listed above will be 
allocated in accordance with the defi- 
nitions which appear in the special 
provisions, as interpreted in the light 
of this classification. 

Tl\e minimum wage paid to all 
fikilled labor, for which rates are not 
shown above, shall be not less than 
SI. 25 per hour. 

The minimum wage paid to all In- 
termediate labor, for which rates are 
not shown above, shall be not less 
than $1.00 per hour. 

The minimum wage paid to all un- 
.skilled labor, for which lates are not 
.shown above, shall be not less than 
$1 00 per hour. 
Over-^aae — one and one-half (1%) 

times the above rates. 
.Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men, guards and flagmen) — one and 
one-half (1%) times the above rates. 
The rates of wages, including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday rates, above 
specified are subject to the effect. If 
applicable hereto, of executive orders 
of the President of the United States 
and to any modification thereof and 
to any and all lawful orders of the 
President or amy other authorized 
Federal officer or agency, Insofar aa 
the same may be applicable to this 
contract. In case of any Inconsist- 
ency, the rates fixed by any such 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher or lower, shall contirol. 

The attention of bidders is directed 
to the fact that the work herein pro- 
posed to be done will be financed in 
I whole or in i>art with Federal funds 
and that therefore all of the applica- 
ble Federal stautes, rules, and regu- 
lations will apply to such work. 

The attention of bidders Is par- 
ticularly directed to the provisions 
of Section 7, article (a), subartlcle 
(6), of the Standard Specifications 
regai*ding the use of donaestic mate- 
rials; and also to the provisions of 
Section 8, articles (a) and (b), of the 
Standard Specifications, regarding 
subcontiacting and assignment of the 
contract, respectively. 

Plans may be seen, and forma of 
proposal, bonds, contract, and speci- 
fications may be obtained at the 
office of the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public Works Building, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may be 
seen at the offices of the District 
Eng^ineers at Los Angeles and San 
Franclaco, at the office of the Dla- 
trict Engineer of the district in which 
the work is situated, and at the office 
of the AjBSOclated General Contractora 



Operator of power ahovel or 
other etxcavatlng equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 1.85 
Operator, of power ahovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cul^ic yard) 2.00 

Roller operator 1-66 

Tractor driver -.- 1.70 

Truck driver (18 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) 1.5625 
Truck diflver (14 cubic yarda 
and leajs than 18 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.4375 

'Truck driver (8 cubic yards 
and lesis than 14 cubic yarda 

water lievel capacity) 1.875 

Truck driver (4 cubic yards 
and le.4s than 8 cubic yards 

water level capacity) 1.1875 

Truck drtiver (less than 4 cubic 

yards >ater level capacity).... 1.0625 
Ariy clasfeification omitted 

herein not less than 1.00 

Overtime! — one and one-half (1%) 

times the above rates. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men| jhiards and flagmen)— one 
and on|e-half (1%) times the above 
rates, i 

The rakes of wages, including over- 
time, hoKlday or Sunday rates, above 
specified are subject to the effect, if 
applicablie hereto, of executive orders 
of the President of the United States 
and to a)ny modification thereof and 
to any And all lawful orders of the 
President or any other authorized 
Federal officer or agency, insofar aa 
the same may be applicable to thla 
contract. In case of any Inconsist- 
ency, the rates fixed by any auch 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher of lower, shall controL 

Plans may be seen, and forma of 
proposal, bonds, contract, and speci- 
ficationB may be obtained at the 
office ol! the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Pulblic Worka Building, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may be 
seen at the offices of the District 
E^nglneers at Los Angeles and San 
Franclscio, at the office of the Dis- 
trict Eitigineer of the District in 
which the work is situated, and at 
the officte of the Associated General 
Contractors in San Franclaco. 

No bid will be considered unlesa 
it is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made in accordance with the pro- 
visions Of the Proposal Requirements 
and Conditions set forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Specifications. 
Elach bidder must be licensed and 
also prequalified as required by law. 
fSee said Propcsal Requirements euad 
Conditions.) 

The Department of Public Works 
reserves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
G. T. McCOY, 
State Highway Engineer. 
Dated J^arch 22, 1946. 

(Dally Pacific Builder) 
] (Mar. 22-29. April 5. 1946) 



contract. In case of any Inconsiat- 
ency, the rates fixed by any such 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher or lower, shall control. 

Plans may be seen, and forma of 
proposal, bonds, contract and speci- 
fications may be obtained at the 
office of the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public Works Building, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may be 
seen at the offices of the District 
Engineers at Los Angeles and San 
Francisco, at the office of the Dis- 
trict Engineer of the district in which 
the work is situated, and at the office 
of the Associated General Contrac- 
tors in S«ui Francisco. 

No bid will be considered unlan 
it is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
IS mad» in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the Proposal Requirementa 
and Conditions set forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Speclficationa 
Each bidder must be licensed and 
also prequalified as required by law. 
(See said Proposal Requirementa and 
Conditions.) 

The Department of Public Worka 
reserves the right to reject any or 

all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
G. T. McCOY, 
State ftlghway Engineer. • 
Dated March 22, 1946. 

(Dally Pacific Builder) 
(Mar. 22-29, April 5, 1946) 



Highway Improvementa-^ontra 
Costa County 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKt 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Highway Improvement*— Siskiyou 
County 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



with the specifications therefor, to 
which 8i>ecial reference la made, aa 
f ollowa : 

Mendocino County, at Slick Rook 
Creek, about five and six-tenths milea 
south of Point Arena (l-Men-56-A), 
about one (1) mile In length to be 
graded and imported baa* material 
placed. 

Bid a are required for the entire 
work described herein. 

In accordance with the proviaiona 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Worka haa 
ascertained the general prerailing 
rate of wagea applicable to th« work 
to be done to be aa f ollowa: 



contract In case of any Inconaiat- 
ency, the ratea fixed by any auch 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher or lower, shall controL 

Plans may be seen, and fonna of 
proposal, bonds, contract, and speci- 
fications may be obtained at the 
office of the State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public WorlLS Building, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may be 
seen at the offices of the Dlatrict 
Engineers at Loa Angeled and San 
Francisco, at the office of the Dla- 
trict E^ngineer of the Dlatrict in 
which the work is altuated. and at 
the office of the Aaaodated Oenarml 
Contractors in San Frandaeo. 



No bid will be considered xmleaa 
it la made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the Proposal Requirements 
and Conditions set forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Specifications, 
Eiach bidder must be licensed and 
also prequalified aa required by law. 
(See said Propoaal Requirementa and 
Conditiona) 

The Department of Public Worka 
reserves the right to reject any or 
all bids. 

DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC WORKS 
DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 
O. T. McCOY. 
StaU Hii^way EIngineer. 
Dated March 29 19*6 

maUy Padfle Bandar) 
(Mar. 29, April 5-12. IMC) 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the Office of the State Highway 
Engineer. Room 373, Public Works 
Building,. Sacramento, California, un- 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 10, 1946, 
at which time they will be publicly 
opened and read in the Aaaembly 
Room of said building, for repairing 
State highway in accordance with 
the specifications therefor, to which 
special reference is made, as follows: 

Siskiyou County, between Shaata 
River and Gazelle (ll-Sls-S-B), about 
seven and eight-tenths (7.8) mile* in 
length to be surfaced with plant- 
mixed surfacing. 

Bids are required for the entire 

work described herein. 

STATE HIGHWAY ENGINEER'S 
ESTIMATE 

The Sitate will furnish 560 tons of 
mineral aggregrate and 38 tons of 
paving asphalt for use in plant-mixed 
surfa^nig as more explicitly set forth 
in the slpecial provisions. 

In ifcfordance with the proviaiona 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Code, 
the Department of Public Woriis haa 
ascertaihed the general prevailing 
rate of wages applicable to the work 
to be done to be as follows: 
^lasslfleatlon R«t* per hour 

Asphalt plant dryerman or 

fireman ♦^*" 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the office of the State Highway 
Engineer, Room 378, Public Worka 
Building, Sacramento, California, un- 
til 2 o'clock p.m. on April 10, 1946, 
at which time they will be publicly 
opened and read, in the Aaaembly 
Room of said building, for repair- 
ing State Highway in acoordanca 
with the specifications therefor, to 
which special reference Is made, aa 
follows : 

Contra Costa County portions be- 
tween Pittsburg and 4 mllaa east of 
Brentwood (IV-C.C-75-C,D), about 
ten and one-tenth (10.1) mile* In 
length, shoulders to be widened with 
imported borrow and surfaced with 
plant-mixed surfacing and penetra- 
tion treatment and a bridge to b* 
widened. 

Bids are required for the entir* 
work described herein. 

In accordance with the provlaloiui 
of Section 1770 of the Labor Cod«, 
the Department of Public Worka haa 
ascertained the general prevailing 
rate of wagea applicable to the wortt 
to be done to be aa foUowa: 

Classification Rat* per hour 

Asphalt plant dryerman or 
fireman . 41-*0 



Asphalt plant mixer operator.. 
Asphalt spreading machine 

operator 

Carpenter 



1.46 

L76 
LOO 

L76 




Asphalt plant mixer operator- 
Asphalt spreading machine 

operalor 

Flagmajb 

Laborer 

Motor grader operator 
Oil distributor bootman 



L45 

1.T5 
LOO 
LOO 
L86 

_ L125 

Oiier, power shovels or cranea- 1.25 
Operator of power ahovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and Including one cubic yard) L86 
Operator of e power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) 2-00 

Roller Operator — .. !-• 

Tractor driver : 1-TO 



Truck driver (IB cubic yarda 
water level capacity or more) L6625 

Truck driver (14 cubic yarda 
and l«*a than 18 cubic yarda 
water level capacity) L4S7S 

Truck driver (8 cable yarda 
and leaa than 14 ooMc yarda 
waUr level capacity) Lt7» | 



Cement finisher 

Concrete mixer operator (one 

cubic yard capacity or leaa).. L45 
Concrete mixer operator (over 
one cubic yard capacity and 

paving type) 1.70 

Concrete vibrator operator L28 

Flagman _ 1 L08JB 

Jackhammer operator L26 

Laborer LOOi 

Motor grader operator 1.86 

Oiler, power shovels or cranea. 1.40 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (up to 
and including one cubic yard) 2.00 
Operator of power shovel or 
other excavating equipment, 
shovel type controls (over 

one cubic yard) 2J6 

Reinforcing steel worker 

Roller operator 

Tractor driver 

Truck driver (8 cubic yards 

water level capacity or more) L728 
Truck driver (6 cubic yarda 
and less than 8 cubic yarda 

water level capaxjlty) 1J78 

Truck driver (4 cubic yarda 
and less than 6 cubic yarda 

water level capacity) L2626 

Truck driver (leaa than 4 cubic 

yards water level capacity)— 1.16 
Ally classification omitted 

herein not less than L0625 

Overtime — one and one-half dH) 

times the above ratea. 
Sundays and holidays (except watch- 
men, guards and flagmen) — one and 
one-half (1%) times the above rate*. 
The rates of wages, including over- 
time, holiday or Sunday rate*, abor* 
specified are subject to the effect, if 
applicable hwreto, of executive order* 
of the President of the United Stat** 
and to any modification thereof an^ 
to any and all lawful orders of the 
President or any other authorl«*d 
Federal officer or agency, insofar aa 
the same may be applicable to thi* 
contract. In case of any inconalat- 
encv. the ratea fixed by any aucb 
applicable Federal order, whether 
higher or lower, shall control 

Plans may be seen, and forme of 
proposal, bonds, contract, and speci- 
fications may be obtained at th* 
office of the State Highway Bngl- 
neer, PubUc Worka Buildhig, Sacra- 
mento, California, and they may b* 
seen at the offices of the Dlatrict 
Engineers at Loa Angelea and Bmn 
Francisco, at the office of the Dla- 
trict Ehigineer of the Dlatrict m 
which the work la alttiated, and at 
the otfice of the Aaaoclated General 
Contractors in San Francisco. 

No bid will be considered unlaw 
It Is made on a blank form furnished 
by the State Highway Engineer and 
is made in accordance with the jwo- 
vislons of the I>ropo*al Requlr«n*ttt« 
and Conditiona aet forth under Sec- 
tion 2 of the Standard Speclflcatloi^ 
Each bidder muat be licenaed and 
aiao prequalified aa required by law 
(see said Propoaal Requirement* and 
Conditk)iia). 

The Department of Public Worka 
naervea the right to reject any or all 

bida. 

DEPARTMENT of PU BLIC WORKS 

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

O. T. McCOY, 

State Hifhway Engineer. 

DatMl March S. 1946. ^ ^ 

<Dally pMlflc Buildar) 

(Mar. 22-29, April 6» 194€) 



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FRIDAY. APRIL 5. 1946 



DAILY PACIFIC Rllll ngg 



Pasco Acreage First To Benefit By 
Colnmbia Basin Reclamation Project 

Settlement of 400,000 acres, equivalent to 6,600 irrigated farma, 
w the goal set by the Bareau of Reclamation for the Columbia Basin 
^oject by 1950-51, Assistant Reclamation Commissioner William E. 

Wame announced last week dur- 



PASE5 



ing a twoday conference with Bu 
reau officials from Washington, 
D. C., and the Pacific Northwest. 
To reach this objective, Wame 
said, approximately |75,000,000 
will be needed for construction 
during the fiscal year 1948, which 
Jefijfis July 1, 1947, and another 
♦75,000,000 during the fiscal year 
1949. He eetimated that 7,000 
men may be employed in the Bu- 
reau's building program by the 
summer of 1947. By midsummer 
this year, he added, the total may 
be 2,000. 

The Assistant Commissioner de- 
scribed Ephrata, Wash., as the hub 
of the project's multi-million-dol- 
lar construction program and an- 
nounced that a modem headquar- 
ters building, costing more than 
$200,000, will be built there. Bids 
will be called in a few months. 
Several other structures will be 
built there to store equipment, re- 
pair trucks and automobiles, and 
house a concrete - testing labora- 
tory. 

In outlining the Bureau's plans 
for the biggest construction job 
ever a 1 1 e m n t e d in the Pacific 
Northwest, Wame cautioned that 
it will not be advantageous for 
settlers to rush to the area to pur- 
chase land. 

"We believe there will be suffi- 
cient land, at appraised dry-land 
fic^nres. available for qualified set- 



west of Pasco, near the southerly 
end of the project. Water will be 
provided for about 6,000 acres in 
that region by next summer if 
pumping equipment and mptors 
can be obtained on schedule. The 
pumping plant would draw water 
from the Columbia River and send 
it through approximately 18 miles 
of canals. 

The Pasco development, accord- 
ing to Irrigation Engineer H. A. 
Parker, will be divided into 80 fam- 
ily-size farms ranging from 45 to 
160 acres. Smaller farms will con- 
sist mostly of Class I land, which 
is rated the best. Larger farms 
will have larger proportions of 
Class II and Class III land, not as 
productive as Class I, but wholly 
suited to irrigation farming. 

In preparing for the settlement 
program, the Bureau has named 
W. W. Johnston, now assistant re- 
gional director at Boise, to super- 
vise land - development activities. 
Johnston, who spent several years 
on the project on land classifica- 
tion studies, will have his head- 
quarters here as a member of 
Parker's staff. 

Columbia Basin Project officials 
informed Warne at the conference 
here that signing of recordable 
contracts by landowners is speed- 
ing up as the April 9 deadline 
nears. The contracts guarantee de- 
livery of irripration water to nrw 



Ratchet Drill-Driver is announced 
by Techtmann Industries, 714 W. 
Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee 1, Wis., 
national distributors, manufactur- 
ed by the Liberty Tool & Machine 
company. 

Designed for drilling studs and 
joists or restricted spaces in build- 
ings or other structures, this tool 
gives positive feed at each turn 
of the drill bit. The compact head 
allows centering of holes within 
1%-inch of the nearest obstruc- 
tion. Any standard wood bid can 
tion. Any standard wood bit can 
with an adapter chuck. 

The thrust of the lead screw is 



•.A. AAA kJA* 



Simplified Practice 
For Brass Plumbing 

Two closely related simplifica- 
tion programs for plumbing brass 
goods are now being developed 
through the procedure of the Di- 
vision of Simplified Practice of 
the National Bureau of Standards, 
according to the Department of 
Commerce. 

One program proposes a list of 
stock types and sizes of plumbing 
fixture fittings and trim for hous- 
ing. The other is a proposed re- 
vision of Simplified Practice Rec- 
ommendation R21 — Brass Lava- 
tory and Sink Traps — which was 
initially promulgated in 1924. 

When the war made^it neces- 
sary to conserve the scarce ma- 
terials of which these products 
are made the War Production 
Board by mandatory order estab- 
lished certain limitations on their 
manufacture. While these limita- 
tions were still in force a study 
was begun of the possibility of 
voluntary simplification for the 
postwar period 

Looking forward to the time 
when the mandatory restrictions 
would be revoked and normal 
peacetime production resumed, 
there was the prospect of return- 
ing to the manufacture and stock- 
ing of a great variety of items, 
many of which are duplications so 
far as function is concerned. There 
was also the prospect that the 
anticipated postwar boom in the 
construction industry will require 
the utmost efficiency in the manu- 
facture, distribution and use of 
these products. 

The programs are sponsored by 
a committee of manufacturers 
that is endeavoring to establish 
as standards of practice lists of 
those items which will adequately 
serve normal requirements now 
that mandatory restrictions have 
been revoked. 

It is pointed out that support 
of these programs by all segments 
of the industry will aid materially 
in meeting effectively the postwar 
demand for goods in these im- 
portant categories. 

Mimeographed copies of the pro- 
grams are available for approval, 
comment or both, and may be ob- 
tained on request from the Divi- 
sion of Simplified Practice, Na- 
tional Bureau of Standards, Wash- 
ington 25, D. C. 



by a solid shaft. Large wearing 
surfaces hardened to a depth of 
.010-inch insure long service under 
severe conditions. If necessary, 
any part can be readily replaced. 
The ratchet is fully enclosed in 
a strong, semi-steel head, provid- 
ing protection against dirt. A long 
lead screw in combination with 1-, 
2-, and 8-inch extensions allows 
use of the Ratchet Drill-Driver 
over a wide range of dimensions. 
In actual use, holes up to 3-inch 
diameter have been drilled with- 
out difficulty. 

Although intended primarily for 
use on wood members, steel plates 
or beams can also be drilled by 
reducing the feed, which can be 
done by revolving the lead nut in 
the same direction as the drill. 



Wire Rope Life 
Prolonged by War 
Developments 

A series of bulletins issued by 
the National Bureau of Standards 
during the war years, designed to 
prolong the life of wire elevator 
rope, mechanical safety appliances 
and the like, contributed substan- 
tially to the conversion of scarce 
metal and to keeping vitally need- 
ed vertical transportation in op- 
eration, according to the Depart- 
ment of Commerce. 

These publications, known as 
National Bureau of Standards Cir- 
culars C441 to C444, were pre- 
pared in close cooperation with the 
Executive Committee of the Amer- 
ican Standards Association Sec- 
tional Committee for a Safety Code 
for Elevators. Dumbwaiters and 
Escalators. 

Specifically, the bulletins dealt 
with "Elevator Wire Rope Main- 
tenance," "Maintenance of Eleva- 
tor Mechanical Safety Appliances", 
"Maintenance of Elevator Hoist- 
way and Car Enclosures and 
Equipment", and "Maintenance of 
Elevator Hoisting Machines and 
Brakes." 

Wire elevator ropes must be re- 
placed periodically. When the wire 
rope bulletin was issued in De- 
cember 1942 the material situation 
was such that considerable diffi- 
culty existed in securing replace- 
ments. The bulletin covered items 
affecting rope life, which includes 
lack of lubrication, unequal ten- 
sions, misalignment of sheaves, 
lack of maintenance of sheave 
grooving, poor brake setting, un- 
duly high peaks of acceleration 
and retardation and changes in 
top and bottom hoistway clear- 
ances. It discussed methods of 
checking and correcting these par- 
ticular items and suggested that 
rope life might be extended fur- 
ther by decreasing elevator serv- 
ice where possible either by run- 
ing fewer cars, by establishing 
skip stops, or by similar methods. 

Other bulletins in the series were 
equally comprehensive in cover- 
age, all designed to help prolong 
the safe life of equipment, to re- 
duce the need for scarce replace- 
ment parts, thus making a major 
contribution to the war effort 
while keeping the elevators run- 
ling. 

# 

Idaho Projects To 
Set Federal Funds 



The University of Idaho has 
)een advanced $18,960 by the Fed- 
;ral Works Agency to finance the 
>reparation of plans and specifica- 
ions for a laboratory and class- 
•oom building at Moscow. The 
itructure, to cost an estimated 
[594,900, is to provide facilities 
'or research and instruction in 
igriculture. 

This was among advances made 
;o finance plans and specifications 
for school, water and sewer con- 
struction in two Idaho commxini- 
;ies and at Deer Lodge, Montana. 
The funds will be made available 
^^^^hrough the Bureau of Commun- 
— ^ty Facilities, FWA, of which Geo. 
H. Field is Commissioner, and are 
to be repaid, without interest, when 
construction is began. 

The list: .^ 



Giant Gate Contract For Keswkk 
Dam Awarded To Denver Finn 

rer.1. .ng «f» '" K«wi.k D.„ « ,h. c*ntr.l Valley R^l.lLtten 
Project h« ""O" "«rt«J t. the America Bridge company. D«,Ter. 

resultmg m a net delivered cost 
of $217,310, Commissioner of Rec- 
lamation Michael W. Straus in- 
formed Secretary of the Interior 
J. A. Krug today. 

Straus said the giant gates will 
be installed in the spillway at the 
Keswick Dam and will be used to 
regulate the amount of water dis- 
charged over the spillway, liie 
gates, counterweighted and raised 
or lowered by motor-driven hoists, 
will be operated only at infrequent 
intervals to regulate the water 
level of the reservoir or to dissi- 
pate flood flows over the spillway. 

The Keswick gates will be com- 
parable to the largest of this type 
installed on any dam designed by 
the Bureau of Reclamation. 

Keswick Dam, which forms an 
afterbay for Shasta Dam, key fea- 
ture of the Central Valley Proj- 
ect, is almost complete. War-de- 
ferred work such as concrete place- 
ment in the spillway section of 
the dam, closure of the present 
passageway provided in the dam 
for the Redding to Coran branch 
railroad, and installation of spill- 
way gates, hoists and miscella- 



BUILDERADS 



For Construction Equipment, Rentals, Sales 



neous equipment remMn to be 
completed, Straus said. 

The power plant structure at 
Keswick is ready for installation 
of three 25,000-kilowatt generator 
units now being manufactured un- 
der contract with an eastern firm. 
Keswick Dam, in addition to reg- 
ulating fluctuations in releases of 
water from Shasta Dam and pro- 
viding for generation of hydro- 
electric power, provides a barrier 
and trap from which migratory 
fish may be removed and trans- 
ported to other points. 

DESIGN QUONSET HUT 
FOR OFFICE SPACE 

To accommodate increased activ- 
ities in the Quonset hut business, 
the Kraftile company, Niles, has 
started erection of an ofBce addi- 
tion made from a "Quonset 20" to 
demonstrate the possibilities of 
this tjrpe of construction. 

The hut will be set upon a 30- 
foot brick wall, and incorporated 
into the present structure by means 
of a brick and plate glass front. 




COMET SAWS 



Va to 10 H. p. 




C. p. Concrete Equipment 

COMPANY 

FORM CLAMPS • SNAP TIES • SCREED 

SUPPORTS ■ COLUMN CLAMPS 

SHORES - RAWL PLUGS • STAR DRILLS 

ELECTRIC HAMMERS - ELECTRIC 

DRILLS - CURING COMPOUND 

MULTIPLEX SAWS - EXPANSION JOINT 

CONCRETE VIBRATORS 

1385 W. 16th St, Oakland, Calif. 
TEmpIebar 1405 

24-HOUR PHONE SERVICE 



IDAHO: University of Idaho, 
laboratory and classroom building 
at Moscow for research and in- 
struction in agriculture, estimated 
cost, $594,900, Federal advance, 
$18(,960; New Meadows (two ad- 
vances), complete waterworks sys- 
tem, including source, $15,000 and 
$450; complete sanitary sewerage 
system, including treatment plant, 
$35,000 and $1,20C. 

MONTANA: Deer Lodge, devel- 
opment of wells for additional wa- 
ter supply, estimated cost $64,370, 
Federal advance $1,568. 



NEW 
MASTER GASOUNE BACKFILL TAMPER 




-Compacts Earth Ffll- 
Compacts & Bonds Asphalt 

and Black Top Patches 
Compacts and Levds Sods 
-Works m Narrow Ditches- 



KERR EQUIPMENT COMPANY 



Corner of Natoma 
SAN FRANCISCO 



•VIArlc^H IffRI 




RiiuuwwniniriawiiinMninT 



GEORGE M. PHILPOTT CO. 

BRYANT bet. 9th and 10th STS., S. F. 



COMPRESSORS 

—PUMPS- 
CONCRETE BREAKERS 

RENTAL SERVICE 

DRILL STEEL - GADS 

V-BELTS 
WIRE ROPE AND FITTINGS 
BALL 9l ROLLER BeAriNGS 

■#fl£R>i.ck 5475 



ACME SWING SAW... Junior Size 




Dealer . 



PORTABLE CONTRACTORS SAW 

Skid Saws Without Wheels 

EDWARD R. BACON CO., 17th at FOLSOM STS 
SAN FRANCISCO 




FOR RENT BY wEMco 




Electric Table Saw$ • Band Saws • Gas Table Saws 
Electric Hoists • Portable Electric Tools • Drag Saws 

sales! • RENTALS • SERVICE 

KERR EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

160 Tenth Street ^,^^^ Ph. MArket 1651 



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Saw & Tool Co. 



aven oaw a i ooi 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA DISTRIBUTORS FOR 

DeWALT SAWS 

1/2 to 15 H. p. 

fOR 

WOOD I* METAL • STONE 

SKILSAW PORTABLE ELECTRIC TOOLS 

Saws * Drills * Sanders 
STANLEY & CARTER ELECTRIC TOOLS 

Routers, Drills, Screwdrivers, Metal Shears 
BOICE- CRANE & DURO 

Woodworking Power Tools 

LOGAN METAL LATHES 

Large Stock on Hand for Immediate Delivery 

• 

SALES • RENTALS • REPAIRS 

PERSONAL SERVICE « 24 HOURS A DAY DURING EMERGENCY 



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SAN FRANCISCO' 
1072-1076 Howard Street 

HEmtock 6212 



OAKLAND 
950 East 14th Street 

GLencourf 3742 




AVING 



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REAKERS 



A complete line of air compressors, air toob, and 
other construction equipment is immediately avail- 
able for rent or sale at Western Machinery Company. 
You will find equipment at Wemco in exactly the 
right sizes for every job. 



Wemca Se^4Mce Saoe4> you MoHe4f' 



AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS CHICAGO PNEUMATIC TOOL COMPANY air compressors and air tools 



WESTERN MACHINERY COMPA 



.''60 FOISOM STREET SANF8A^CISCO CAl!fCK\« 
lELEPHONt EA.B8COK 4!6.' 



'Htxi-ONE iACKAMtNl 



a COMPRESSOR 

IFROM BACON! 

The right size compressor— the 
air tools you need— in first class 
working condition. Rental ar- 
ranged for just as fast as you 
can dial the telephone of the 
nearest Bacon office. 




BUILDERADS SELL AND RENT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 
WHEN COWMUNiCATlfm WITH ABOVE ADVERTltERS 
PLEASE MENTION DAILY PACIFIC BUILDEP 



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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1944 



^nVAM CE^ONSTRU CTlON^REPORTS 

*M» *^ ^ M^M^ ^^ ^1^^ ■ ^j^^ •• ? Dl AMC riN Fll 

»■ "■ ' ^~__ I ._„ TMMtrict An.n..» T>i««llL Sonoma; TO START CONSTRUCTION | rLAniJ Vll T IJ 






DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 

(Estabii»h«d I**) .. .i^ ^ 

IMU^ E.wy ■.".!"«, Ex cirt 8.tuX.y. S undw mn* L.OI Hrtfctay« 

DAILY PAOIFie BmLDER U «5« PXr.eT.'JSSSg'TS^ "" 

eml circulation a« deftned *>y^^* A"^™**^ 
Court of S an Franclaco County. 

' .. . T„iv *>' 1907 at the post oflice 

altered aa Seoond-Class »°f "^^^-^^^j/ ?.. Act' of March 3. 1879 
it San Francisco. Calif ornia, under the Act oi 

^ARK-RATH PRIKHNG A l^JBUSf^ -• 

Under a nMMf em«rt mgftmmA wilfc 
F. W. DODGE CORTORA-nO^^ ^ 

G. E. McGAVRAN. Edlt.r J- E- ODGERIJ. Aa -^ 

465 Te-th St.. San FrancUco 3 TaLi MAfkit 7110 



Cisco 
Plans by Owner. 
L«w Bidder— M. J. McGulre and M. 

Hester, 796 66th Avenue, Oakland, 

13.325. 

Other bidders were: 

J. A. Bryant, Vallejo _ »6,474 

Monterey County Plbg. Co., 

Oakland ■ 6,760 



&-10— EDUCATIONAL 
BUILDINGS 



4/5/46 
District, August Pinelll. Sonoma;! TO START CONSTRUCTION 
August Sebastianl, E. 4th St, So- GI^SS WAI^HOUSE Cost ^OUO 
noSa; C. A. Wilson. Sonoma; Mar- SACRAMENTO. Calif. 1901 T St. 
ian Grin Bak«°^«el Shiinsky. ; Construction of glass warehouse, ma 

Architect-Not selected. ^ ! «o°^' ^°™P^\^rTf^ GIrm Ca 

The new board will meet soon to Owner-Cobbledldc-IDbbe GUm Ca. 

investigate sites for the proposed new Washington at 3rd St. 0^^°: 
hospital building. contractor -Campbell ConstrucUon j 

___^__^ Co., 800 R St. 



The ftollewlng list of plan, and .peel fl cation, for «>7*;"«J*»J 

project, are now av.Habl. for In.pectlon at the office of daiut 

Pacific builder, 465 Tenth street, San Franct^>o. 



Work 



Location 



BM Opening Date 



12-13— INDUSTRIAL 
BUILDINGS 



1 2 



BUILDING SECTION 




NEWS INDEX 



For convenient reference, new. 
reports In thi. section are classi- 
fied as follows: 



Commercial BIdgs. 
Educational Btdg* 

Hospitals — — 

Industrial BIdgs. 



1- ■ 

9-10 

11 

12-13 

14-17 

18-19 



1 



Public Buildings — — 

RaMglous Buildings „---. 

Social, Recreational BIdgs. 20-^ 

KMidentlal Buildings 2Z-|o 

Transportation BIdgs. ^ 

Miscellaneous BWgs. w-'" 



4/5/46 

WORK UNDER WAY .««,«^ 

ADDITION Est. Cost $30,000 

SAN RAFAEL, Marin County, Calif. 

Tiburon Wye. 
Addition to tavern to Include L.- 
shaped bar extending 34 ft., char- 
coal burner in open fireplace, new 
dining room to accommodate 75 



,4/5/46 » 

ARCHITECT SELECTED 
'addition to SCHOOL 
PALO ALTO, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 

Walter Hays School 
Addition of six classrooms to Walter 

Hays School. 
Owner— Palo Alto Unified School Dis- 
trict Board of Education. Palo Alto. 
Architect— Birge M. Clark, 310 Unl- 
1 versity Ave.. Palo Alto. 

4/5/46 •• » 

NO BIDS RECEIVED 

SCHOOL addition 

STOCKTON, San Joaquin Co., Calif. 
Lincoln and Jefferson Sts. 

Additions and alterations to Hazel- 
ton Elementary School, Including 
cafeteria and kitchen, public play 
yard, classroom, library and office. 

Owner— Board of Education. Stock- 
ton Unified School District. Admin- 
istration Bldg.. Stockton. 
Architect— J. U. Clowdsley, Exchange 
Bldg., Stockton. 



'4/5/46 
i CONTRACT AWARDED 
1 WHOLESALE BLDG. Cost, $16,000 
-r« ' SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co., Calil 
^ . Construction of one- story reinforced 
} concrete wholesale building. 



4/5/46 

PLANNED 

PLANTS '. Owner— Withheld. 

ALTURAS, Modoc Co., Calif. GooM ; Architect— Higgins & Root, 84 South 

Lake Box Co.'s property. i First St., San Jose. 

Construction of planing mill, box . contractor — Bridges Constr. Co., 1071 

factory and presto-log plant and . p^^ Ave., San Jose. 

erection of 50 homes to house em- . _ 

ployees. 
Owner— Sam Jaksick, 755 Manor SL, 



1 2 



Stilling Bisin 

Spec llTd 

Kings River Wasteway, Etc. 
Specification 1181 

-f ■ — 

Friant-Kem Canal 
Specification 1204 



Central VaUey Project 



4- t 



Freano 



4-10 



Central Valley 



4-19 



4/5/46 ^' 

FOUNDATIONS AWARDED 
INDUSTRLAJ^ BUILDING .^^! 
Approx. Cost. $120,000 
SAN JOSE. Santa Clara Co., Calif. 

W San Carlos Street. 
Reinforced concrete and structural 
^j.'.M.Mi^, steel building. 

Estimated Cost $240,000 owner— Orchard Supply Co., Ltd., 44 
SAN PABLO. Contra Costa Co., Calif. yine St., San Jose. 

Appian Way and Maloney Ave. ! Architect— Higgins & Root, 8* »ouui 

Construction of shopping center to , First St.. Saji Jose. „ . „ t». 
include super market, drug store. Foundation Work Only— E. A. Maj°- 
viorHworo =tr.r« Ki^nutv oarlor, bar- iway, 1275 Glen Eyrie Ave., fean 



Reno, Nev. 
Plans by Mel Barron, Alturas. 

4/5/46 

WORK UNDER WAV 

SHOPPING CENTER 




4/5/46 

PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS 

MAINTENANCE BUILDING 
KENTFIELD, Marin County, 



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Calif. 



dining room to accommodate 76^; Marin Junior College Campua 
people, modem kitchen, heating i Construction of one-story concrete 
system and storeroom, Spanish : bjock maintenance building. 

r . t.iA-«4....<> af.ir^r>/\ oirt«irlnr ' « ■»•• !_ t-.^^j^^ r«r.nocrA 'nintHet. 



1.&— COMM ERCIAL BLDG& 

4/5/46 . ' * 

WORK UNDER WAV 

AUTO SALES BUILDING 

AUTO ^^^^-^jjg^j^ated Cost, $85,000 

SAN RAFAEL, Marin County, Calif. 
Francisco Blvd. *.,„„« 

Construction of frame and stucco 
Bulck automobile sales and serv- 
ice building (50x200 ft.) 

Osv-ner- Jack and Jeff Zander, Bridge 

Road, Ross. „ „, o A« 

Contractor— Chas. E. Warner, 9 An- 
toinette Ave.. San Rafael. 



system and storeroom, Spanian ■ bjock maintenance building, 
style architecture, stucco exterior, owner— Marin Junior College District, 
asphalt tile floor surfacing. j ^da M. Fusselman, secretary, Kent- 

Owner— Joe Avllla, Alto. I field. ^ ^, „ 

Architect — Oran Jenkins, 277 P«»e ; ^^^.j^itgct _ Arnold S. Constable, 95 

St., San Francisco. I Spencer Ave., Sausallto. 

Contractor— William P. Wegner. 219 j ^g previously reported, bids close 
Monte Vista Ave., Larkspur. ' ^prii n, g P. M. 

The skeleton of the addition is now ' specifications obtainable from the 
up and preparations are being made j^njor College office upon deposit 
to lay the floor. jof $25. ^ ^ .„^ 

! The following contractors have 

"" •• ^ ' taken out plans : 
^/^''^t^A.^T AWAPDED I DeLuca & Son, 1745 Filbert St., San 

CONTRACT AWARDED .„s„ - .« * pvanclsco 

STOREHOUSES Cont Prt<=« »252^340 Franc^sco^ construction Co.. 4412 
HAWTHORNE, Mineral Co., Nev. . C L. woio^^ ^^^^^^^^ 

Naval Ammunition Depot „,- i Joseph Vanzhi. 22 Hillside Dr., 

Completion of construction of six Josepn viwi , 
50^00-ft. m area ^^^rt storehouses Kentf^eld. ^^^ Washington 

roofing, concrete, glass blocks, sheet ; „ 9 

metal and completion <>« a^af™ «yf; I bids WANTED— TO BE OPENED 
tem. The bids were submitted on 1 BIDS wan 1 ty— _ 



hardware store, beauty parlor, bar 
ber shop, drive-ln garage and other 
service shops. The existing S^^^^ 
market will be transformed Into an 
office building or store. ^^^w 

Owner— Ray Vugel, San Pablo creea 
Highway, San Pablo. 

Engineer-lphil Jones, 342» Macdon- 
ald Ave., Richmond. m^^^ 

Contractoi^-R. A. Walsh, 918A Marin 
St., Vallejo. 
Ground is now 

construction 



Jose. 



14.i7— I*UBUC BLDGS. 



Office and Lab. Bldg. and Indu.tHal Relations Bldg. Cal.tom.a R-aarch 
Corp.» Richmond; Bids open April 12 ,_„.,« o^v. «m»1 

E S, McKlttrtck Co., 610 16th Street. Oakland (TWln ^al" MTO) 
Swlnerton & Walberg Co.. 225 Bush St., San Francisco (GAvtM^ W^) 
Barrett & Hilp. 918 Harrison Stre et. San Francisco ^^^JJi^f^" ?^7±., 
M. & K. Corp.. 200 Fln^cial Center Bldg.. San Francisco <EXbrook 7W*J 
Carrtco & Gautier. 366 Ocean Avenue. San Francisco < jjy °.'P*;[ * ■**^ ^ 
Moore & Roberta, 693 Mission St.. San Francisco (GArfleld B&TW). 

RIchfleld-Davis Bldg., 65th and Telegraph, Oakland; Bids open Apr 11, 2 PM 
A. Famell Blair. No. 9 Main Street. San Francisco (YUkon 03*0) 
R. A. Cullen. 478 Jackson St., San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 
Stolte. Inc., 8451 San Leandro St., Oakland (TRlnldad 1064). 



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_ 15 I Medical Bldg., 2340 Ward St., Berkeley; Bids open April H. 11 A; *** 
4/5/46 ^_ i A. J. Hopper Co., 248 Langton St, San Francisco IMArket 7070). 

NO BIDS RECEIVED Mont* * RnhPrts «9^ Mission St San Francisco (GArfteld 8579). 



CONTRACT AWARDED 



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' , „,^000 18-19— RELIGIOUS BLDGS. I Truck Termln 

FACTORY BLDG. Co?* $150,000 lojy _ , ,^^rence Cc 

SAN FRANCISCO. 2765 15"V^^,_.c. 4/5/46 
Construction of two 1-story struc 



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4/5/46 

WORK UNDER WAY 

AUTO SALES BUILDING I 

SAN RAFAEL, Marin County, Calif. 

Francisco Blvd. 
Construction of Kalser-Frazer auto 

sales building (30x40). modemisUc 

elass frontage. 
Owner— Zander Bros.. Bridge Road, 

Ross: to be operated by Edgar C. 

Wood. 
Contractor— Ed Racoulllat, P. O. Box 

254, San Anselmo. 

Ground has just been broken for 
construction. 

4/6/46 •' * 

PREPARING PLANS 

REMODEL OFFICE 

SAN FRANCISCO. Front St. 

Remodeling of office loft building. 

Owner— Commercial Art & Engraving 

Co., 843 Front St., San Francisco. 
Architect — Hertzka & Knowles, 86 

Post St, San Francisco. 



the following Items. 
(1) lump sum, wor kcomplete; 



APRIL 18, 1:30 P. M. 
SCHOOL BUILDING 



(1) lump sum wor kcomplete j^ .^^^ ^^ j^^^^^^ county, Calif. 

(2) deduct from (1) if tne ce™«"'- *" -^ j. Lod^ 
furnished by the government construction of three - room frame 

Bids were received March 12 ^ building. ^ , 

owner-Bureau «' J»^?/^j^„?e°^ 1 Owner-Arilngto^^ Elementary School 
Navy Department, c/o °^^**;®^. "* niatrict Canby. '" 

charge of construction Na^al Am- J^^^^^^^IlS^ZtIb F. Dean, Califor- 
munition Depot. Hawthorne. Ne^ ! Arcmt ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ 

Architect-Blanchard & Maher, 369 ^ nia » ^^j^ ^^^ architect's 

pine St. San Francisco. , Jj'* 
contractor-Johnson. D^^® * S^*'' °"*''*- . 



lonstruction of two l-"°'^raited PLANNED , 

tural steel frame and comigated , jj^pg^ 

steel factory buildings, one to 2C»x j^j^HMOND. Contra Costa County. 
245 ft. the other 50x20 ft. steer ^^^.^ Macdonald ^^^ Wilson Aves^ j 
sash. etc. ., ^T,^ckCo ^Construction of memorial chUdrensl 

Owner— Reliance Trailer & TruCK v.o.. , ^^^^^ ,„,^n« rav 

2765 16th St . San Francisco. , owner— Church of the Nazarene, Rev. 

Contmctor-A.'T Morris & Sons. 6400 0^"^£;^riffith. pastor. McBryde and 
Fulton St., San Francisco. sonoma Sts.. Richmond 

.. 19' construction Is expected to begm 

4/5/46 ^^.^^ "; within the next six months. 

TO START CONSTRUCTION . 

INDUSTRIAL BLDG. Cost $W.OW , ^ . , „ „ ^ p, 

SACRAMENTO C OU N TY CallT j,^cT AWARDED 

Stockton Blvd., Perry Ave. '^^ ,^oKT\JARY ^°n' r^ 

Fruitridge Rd. _^ , ^ ,,,. ^ I SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co. Caiii. 

Construction of Industrial building. , southeast corner 2nd and Re^ S^ 
Owner and Builder-Lawrence Con- , Construction of frame and stucco 

struction Co.. 3020 V St., Sacra- , ^ ^^^tuary on a 120-f t fquar« fita 
I mento. . ! Owner-Rancadore & Alameda, 730 

^- ' S. 2nd St, Fan Jose. 

., ! Architect— Higgins & Root, 84 S. ist 

4/5/4t> ^^ _,,^e ' St, San Jose. 

PLANS BEING FIGURED— BIDS ; Foundation Work Only — Eari 

OPEN APRIL 11. 2 P. M. - 



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Contract awarded on the basis of 
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4/5/46 

BIDS OPENED 
GUTTERS. ETC. 
BENICIA. Solano Co., Cal 

C^"*i?Jtlon of ,^"«"„ *°J., JS^K 
lAAders for Reclamation Building, 
L?der serial No. 04-203-46-10. 

Owner-U. S. Engineer 0«»ce. 74 
New Montgomery St. san Rran ; 




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4/5/46 

PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS 

SCHOOL BUILDING 

PALO ALTO, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 
2700 Mlddlefleld Rd. 

Construction of the South Palo Alto 

1 School building. 

I Owner— Palo Alto Unified School Dls- 

1 trict. Albert M. Davis, secretary. 

i 543 Channtog Ave.. Palo Alto. 

I Architects— Birge M. Clark and Wal- 

' ter Stromqulst. 310 University Ave., 

i Palo Alto. 

I Specifications obtainable from the 
office of the architects upon deposit 
of $25. Each bid must be accom- 
nanied bv cashier's or certified check 

, or bidder's bond for 5% of the amount 

; As previously reported, bids will be 
; opened April 18. 7 :30 P. M. 
S The following contractors have 
i taken out plans: 

■■ Peter Sorio, 262 Clementtea St., San 
. Francisco. ^^ , . 

Carl N. Swenson Co., 356 Stockton 

Ave.. San Jose. 

M. & K. Corp.. 200 Financial Cen- 
ter isidg.. San Francisco. 

Moore A Roberts. 693 Mission St.. 
San Francisco. 

C. F. Parker, 1644 Monterey Blvd.. 
San Francisco. 

A. Famell Blair. 9 Main St.. San 
' Francisco. 



«._. , Heple, 494 Dolmas Ave., San Josa 

OFFICE BUILDING \ ^ 

OAKLAND, Alameda Co.. Calif. 65th ■ — — ofj^i at A ND 

and Telegraph Ave. ',20-21 :5UL.iAl- i^iw 

Construction of three-story building j RECREATIONAL BLDGS. 

(100x130 ft), steel frame for front • ^ ^ . _ 

offices, fireproof concrete rear por- . . -g/^g •• 20 

tion, to be used as retail sto^K® 3,03 qpeNED 

warehouse. _ . _. ' REROOF CLUBHOUSE 

Owner-Richfleld-Davls Enterprises. . g^j^ FRANCISCO. Rossi Playground. 
Plans by C. N. Burrell, 409 16th St, 1 ^^^^^^ clubhousa ^,^ „^ . 

Oakland. tx ,> , i Owner— Department of PubUc Woras, 

Structural Engineer-Robert D. Dai- , ^^^ 282 City HalL 

ton. 1630 Webster St. Oakland, Architect- Dodge A. Riedy. Rm. 

The following is a partial list of 265 City Hall 
contractors figuring plans: __ | 



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ntractors figuring plans: --xw'low Bidder — Robert F. Smith, w 

Lewi^ Construction Ca, 616 18th Clementina St. $24.42. 
St, Oakland. other bidders were: 

Stolte, Inc., 8451 San Leandro St, j y^ Bender Roofing Co., $89.60. 
Oalclamd. , _^ __^^ Fire Protection Co.. $40. 

R. A. Culleli, 4T8 Jackson St, San j ^^^ Roofing Co., $46.80. 

Francisco. 1 _ — 

A. Famell Blair, Inc., 9 Mam St, L/^/^g ••20 

San Frsmciaco. COMPLETING PLANS 

LABOR TEMPLE Cost $100^000 

SAN RAFAEL. Marin County. Cal. 
NW comer Fifth St. and Tamal- 
pals Avenue. 
Construction of one-story and mez- 
zanine reinforced concrete labor 
temple (100xl29-ft) 
Owner— Painters Union of Marin. 
Archltecta— Sam Helman and R. N. 
Pollack. 605 Market St., San Fran- 
cisco. , ^ , ^ 1^ 
Structural Engineer— John J. Gouia, 
Financi&l Center Bldg., San Fran- 
cisco. 

Plans will be completed and bids 
asked in about two weeks. 



Il—HOSPITALS 



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4/5/46 

' PLANNED 
, ; HOSPITAL 
, [SONOMA COUNTY. Calif. 

; Construction of hospital district 

j Owners — Sonoma County Hospital 

t! 



4/5/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

FACTORY IMPROVEMENTS 

Cost, $40,000 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, San Ma- 
teo Co., Calif. Linden Ave. 

Improvement of thinner manufactur- 
ing facilities at South Sain Fran- 
cisco plant; Project 2121. 

Owner— E. L. du Pont de Nemous ft 
Co., Wilmington. Del. 

Plans by engineering department of 
owner. 

Contractor — Western -Knapp Engi- 
neering Co.. 760 Folsom St. San 
Francisco. 

4/5/46 ^ ••32 

COMPLETING PLANS 

FROZEN FOODS BLDG. 

Approx. Cost $20,000 

SAN ANSELMO, Marin County. Cal. 
Comer Tamalpals and San An- 
selmo Avenues. 

Construction of one-story frame and 
concrete frozen food building. 

Owner— Eric Wilson. 

Architects— Sam Helman and R. N. 
Pollack, 605 Market St. San Fran- 
cisco. 




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ADVANCE rOltfSfRPCTlOM REPORTS 

Bl^B ^B^^ ^W ^H^B ^^B ^^^ ^^^ r""_x_.^*«rtTi of rockwall and m&kinar i ca.va.Uon (olt overbiirden atrip- , 4/5/48 I i . w-rn. C 



Ing large banquet room and ball- 



22-26— RESIDENTIAL 
BUILDINGS 



i 




4/5/46 •• 2« 

PLANNED 

SUBDIVISION 

SAN JOSE. Santa Clara Co., Calif. 

Tract extending from Park Ave. to 

the Los Gates -Santa Clara Rd. 
Construction of 900-home subdivision. 
Owner — Kaiser Community Homes, 

c/o A. Grayson Dix, 79 Santa Clara 

St., San Jose. 

Work win 30on be under way on 
sewer installation, to be followed by 
street construction. 

4/5/46 •• 24 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

RESIDENCE 

PALO ALTO, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 

Construction of one-story frame and 
stucco residence, six rooms. 

Owner — Hubert L. Kertz, c/o archi- 
tect. 

Architect — Hertzka & Knowles, 85 
Post St., San Francisco. 

Contractor — Aro & Okerman, Box 433, 
Palo Alto. 



mg large oanquei room ana oai*- i and discharge f*™^*"" Vrhvard 

room and groups of cottages, each (26) 500 c.y. concrete in swltchyara 
affording from 18 to 30 rooms. structures; „,^ -nchors 

Owner -Newcomb Hotel Interests. (27) 2.400 c.y. concrete P'P* .^^J'^';' 
c/o Carl J. Seneker, Hotel Salnte ' pipe encasement and base 
Claire, Market and San Carlos Sts., surge tank ; 

San Jose (28) cooling concrete; 

ArchUect-Francis H. Slocombe. 131 1(29) placing 7.118,000 lbs. reinf. bars 

Monte Cresta Ave., Oakland. 



Engineering Section 



26 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports In this section are classi- 
fied as f«nows: 
Water Supply and Sewage 
Disposal Plants 31-32 



4/5/46 

TO START WORK 
SUBDIVISION Est. Cost $600,000 
PETALUMA, Sonoma County, Calif. 
Washington, Vallejo, Madison and 
Payran Sts. 
Construction of 60 single-story homes 
to be known as Madison Square, 
to contain fireplaces, wall furnaces, 
of varied architecture. 5-room units 
$7000 each), and development of 
new residential streets. The block 
will be broken into four sections 
of two courts each, comprising 8 
homes, and exterior block sections 
of 22 houses each to make up the 
60 units; extensive landscaping is 
planned. 
Owner and Builder— Marin Capital 
Co., c/o George C. Goheen and the 
Goheen Construction Co., Sycamore 
and Highway, Mill Valley. 
Engineer — Charles Edmund Sloan, 377 
Molino Ave.. Mill Valley. 
An additional 100 housing units on 
land bounded by Madison, Vallejo and 
Payran Sts. and the Petaluma River 
are planned by Mr. Goheen as soon 
as purchase is negotiated. 

4/5/46 ** 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

COMPLETED 

RESIDENCE Est. Cost $12,000 

NORTH BERKELEY, Alameda Co., 

Calif. 

Construction of residence, three bed- 
rooms, two baths, redwood siding, 
tar and gravel roof. 

0^^■ner — Withheld. 

Architect— John Hudspeth, 427 13th 
St., Oakland. 

4/5/46 26 

PLANNED 

HOUSING PROJECT 

Estimated Cost. $100,000 

RENO, Washoe Co.. Nevada. Jonada 

Heights. „ 

Construction of ten single family 

dwellings. _ „ ». 

Ov^-ner— Geo. Reed, c/o Frollch and 
Reed, S Verdi St., Reno. 

4/5/46 ^ •• 24 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

RESIDENCE 

STOCKTON. San Joaquin Co., Caiii. 
Pacific Gardens. 

Construction of 1^ -story frame and 
fabric residence, B rooms, shingle 
roof, warm air heating system. 

Owner— James Mills IIL. c/o archl- 

t.ACt 

Architect— Roland I. Stringham, 251 
Kearny St., San Francisco. 



Bridges 

Dams, Reservoirs and 

Dredfllng „ 

Decks, Piers & Hartoors — 
Parks, Airports and 

Plsygrsunds 

Rallroails, Subways and 

Tunnels 

Electric Llghtina and 

Transmisslsn GInss 

Sewers - 

Streets and Highways 

Gas, Water and Oil Pipe 

Lines — 



33 

34 
35 

36 

37 

38 

39 
40 

41 



(30) painting 4,450 Lf. reinf. tars; 

(31) placing 10.000 Lf. metal sealing 
s^riDS * 

(32) plachi'g 200 l.f. rubber water 

stops ; . „. X 

(33) placing 26,000 lbs. of wrought- 
Iron water stops; 

(34) placing 2.100 s.f. joint fi»er; 

(35) con.structing 385 Lf. of asphalt 

(36) placing 6.800 s.f. cellulated glass 
insulation on roofs ; i 

(37) placing 6,800 s.f. coal -tar- satu- 
rated felt roofing; I 

(38) placing 2.200 s.y. bonded cone, 
floor finish; 

(39) constructing 220 l.f. of control 
joints in pumping plant; 

(40) dampprooflng 100 s.y. interior 
walls; ^ - _„„ 

(41) ln.stalllng 26,000 lbs. gate frames 
and guides; ,, . . 

(iZ) installing 8,750 lbs. of bulkhead 

era tg * 

(43) installing 270,000 lbs. butterfly 

1 valves, controls, and operating 

mechanism ; 



construction of rockwall and malting 
interior fill for Mission Rock Ter- 

n^er— Board of State Harbor Com- 
mlssloners, F. G White. Chief En- 
aineer, Ferry Bldg. 

Plans prepared by Engrg. DepL of 

Owner. _* ^ w.^ 

As previously reported, bids close 

Anril 17, 2 P. M. 

Plans and specifications may ne 
ohtAined from the above office of 
JhroA^-ner upon deposit of $20.00. 

Work involves: 

(1) 400,000 tons core rock; 

(2) 50 000 tons facing rock; 



"1^ 41. at the shlPPl^P^l 



or f.o.b. ca» 

KL vMw •~**"'";i*~ Hniiow mctsi doors, 

I BinQ WANTED I »^ ^^^*^' ^^iWnMms, TOUgh bucks. 

"• STolV^r " -^ '"'"■ i -%« 5;_4"!4« W-T; I rhS^fJ^t!iA^^. 

(7) 150 hours' rolling bottoms of 
cuts; 

(8) 2800 tmita watering of embank- 
ment; ^^^^^ f^^ 

(9) 400 uniU watering of s^bgrade; diameter. ^wt-in-ble from 

(10) 400 units watering base course;! Specifications obtainable from 

(11) lump sum. providing and main- above office. ^ 
! talning water plant; 

'(12)17.600 tons crushed gravel o' 1/^;^^ />r,friucn 
i crushed stone base course; 1 ^°f ^^I^TiISinG ADDITTONS 

!(13) 170 tons medium curing cutback , FERR^^II^^o^^^^^^^^^ 



Sal mml; DisTrlcrRoom-' 406. 612 including <^«>' ^:^;cc;e;sories° nec«i- 
Ei tent-re^ if<iToaJ2 iS^^ot '^'i^^^':^^^. 
^^Z. 16-i.. 24-in. ana ^O-^^ j gTrk^^^ V^ow^^]^^^^ 



by 



•• 



$0.75, not returnable. 



4/5/46 

BIDS WANTED n^Uf — 

° BRTTETS BEND. Yolo Co O^- 



%uKson - Har«Uon Co., 1«H j tSScne^Tnf.n.r '"°" *'"* | "^" H^Vs^. IX^r Com- ^ ^^^^ 

dSS BMg... San Francuco. , . 1 ,15) 175 ton, asphalt (gntde,150-200) ;Ow„er_B<«jd^^^^ 3,^^.. Sacramento 



Ben C. G^erwick, Inc.. 112 Market; • for class A surface treatment, 
St San Francisco. , (jg) 51 cu. yds. concrete, class A; 

Ocean Constructors, 135 Stockton j (17) 4700 iba. reinforcing steel; 
<?t San Francisco. , (jg) 171 cu. yds. cement rubble ma- 

E L. Turkington, 465 California I sonry; 

et San Francisco. (19) 124 lin. ft. 24-in. corrugated gal- 

Plombo Bros. & Co., 1571 Turk St., j vanized sheet metal culvert pipe; 

San Francisco. (20) 44 lin. ft. 30-in. same; 

Healy-Tibbitts Constr. 1100 Evans (21) 70 lin. ft 36-ln. came; 
Ave San Francisco. .(220 136 lin. ft. 48-in. same; 

Clinton Constr. Co., 923 Folsom St, | ^23) 264 lin. ft. removing, cleaning. 



missioners. Ferry Building 



under 
Inforcement at 
Plans by engineering department <» ; »P*^ ."•;r' * V "" 

>. G. White, chief ^n^**"^' , ^ryte^^^S involve. 200.000 cu. yd* 
r>- Building. ,,«»..,Hr«,iUc fill to place. 

iLow Bidder— Adam Arras A Son. 11« j hydraulic nn "» v 



g^neefing"de;;rtment of ' Spec" 1218 for levee re 



owner, 

Ferrv Building. 



(Continued on Page Seven) 




Freight and 



San Francisco. 
1 Macco Constr. Co., 
' TTprrv Sts.. Oakland. 

San Francisco Bridge Co., 503 Mar- 



(44) installing 1,500 lbs. of siphon j^^-^^^gt gan Francisco 



Box 416. Ala- 



31-32— WATER SUPPLY & 
SEWAGE DISPOSAL 
PLANTS 



I braker valve; , „„^ 

(45) installing 54.000 lbs. drainage 

I and unwatering pumps; 

;(46) Installing 400.000 lbs. pump in- 

« let and outlet pipes; , Ain.iii=.«a. ^^., w. — „ 

47) Installing 275.000 lbs. surge tank, uuy g^^^^ g^^ p,^ 

. .,! -irvnrkA c f lacro'incr on I rtani'."''" 



Chas. L. Harney, 625 Market St., 
San Francisco. 

Case Constr. Co., 
meda. 



New Montgomery St., Sa<i Fran- 
cisco, $80,691. I j 
Other bidders were: I 
Fred J. Early Jr.. San Ftrancisco, 1 

$89,862. ,^ ,„ 

Monson Bros., San Francisco, $89,- 

;^aying or stockpiling salvag^ 967.^^^^ sartorio, San Francl«ico, $96.- 
culvert pipe; ■,„. 

(24) 40 timber culvert markers; .«»• 

(25) 3 cattle guards (four unit). 
The total bids submitted were : 

(A) Andrew A. Larsen, ^^°®^"' i 4/5/4^ 

(B) wlnace & Wallace. P*^°«°^ • ^'p^Ri^^i^A'^^c^ontra Costa Cto., Calif. ! ehre"e 1946 Reo buses. 
$156,735.20. _ .,™„«iM, '— IJ. S. Pipe & Foundry Co. *' '* ' 



MACHINERY AND 
EQUIPMENT 



i' Metropolitan Construction 
i Francisco. $104,350. 



•• 48 

„ ^ '4/5/46 

Co.. San QiDs WANTED /-.nf_Un- 

VALLEJO. Solano Co.. Calif.-Un 
♦n Anril 9 9 A. M.. bids will be re- 
• • 4 2 1celv^byVeatyofValleJo Melvta 

F Brooks, city clerk. City Hall, for 



Monad- 



4/5/46 

BIOS WANTED 



3 1 



1(48) Installing 10.200 s.f. laggmg 
surge tank; 

(49) erecting 52,000 lbs. structural- 
steel framework; 

(50) installing 207,000 lbs. cranes; 

(51) installing 46.000 lbs. crane run- 
way and transformer track rails 



Guy F Atkinson Co Orange^nd ' ^^^ Qrr' & Orr. Ph^^il^J.^J^S .82. nock ^BldgV San Francisco, at (Sch. ; 4/5/45 

(D) W.RSkousen Phoenix. $2Ml^Jo^«^ ^^g^_^_ ^^^ ^^. ^^ ^fhe.DS WANTED 



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» ^^Basalt Rock Co.. Inc.. 900 8th St.. 



^pTclfic Bridge Co., 333 Kearny St., 
San Francisco. 



36— PARKS, AIRPORTS & 
PLAYGROUNDS 



•• 36 



COLORADO -Big Thompson ProJ.. „ installing 165 track feet trans 
Colo.— Until May 10. 10 A. M.. bldsi^^^' insiauing 
will be received by the U. S. Bureau 
of Reclamation. Customhouse. Den- 
ver, under Spec. 1243 for construc- 
tion of the Granby Pumping Plant, 
Colorado-Big Thompson ProJ., Colo. 
The work Is situated near Granby, 

The principal Items of work and ; VnsTallTnK"r63',266' lbs. do, 6-in. j {j' g^En'glneer Office, 74 Montgom- (12) 

the estimated quantities involved are j ^^^ *"^^*'""^ ■_..__, ^.„.,,.»^.. ! ^- „. ^.. ■^^r.M^nr. »ndPr Serial .io. 

as follows : 
(1) diversion and care of Soda Ck. 
during construction and unwa 



fer track rails on ties; 

(53) installing 65,000 lbs. trashrack 
metalwork; 

(54) installing 55,900 lbs. of »netal ^ 
tubing, and brass, steel, wrought 4/5/4^ 

iron and cast iron pipe, fittings ^y^^ WANTED , 

and valves less than 6 inches g^N FRANCISCO. -Until April 16. aO) 
nominal diameter; ^ . ; 2 P. M.. bids will be recelvedj)y «^« (ID 

?nsTalllng 163.200 lbs. do. 6-in. y. S. Engineer Office, 74 Montgom- ^2) 
and greater nominal diameter; \ g^., san Francisco, under Serial (13) 

<56) nlaclng 8,000 lbs. metal tubing ; j^^ 04-203-46-13 for runway marking, (14) 
and flttlAgs for concrete-cool- • g^„ Francisco Airport, San Bruno. aS) 

' Specifications obtainable from the wjg) 



(E) Phoenlx-Tempe Stone Co., Phoe 
nix, $209,727.10. 
The unit bids submitted were : 

(C) (D) (B) 

(1) 
i (2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 
(7) 
(8) 
(9) 



•i$825- total. $4,529.40; (Sched. II) (1) ! " pETALUMA. Sonoma Co., Calif. 
!ril8.25; (2) $81.05; (3>_^()6: !^> j Until April, 10. 7 :30 P^M_.. bids wiU 

', S475.65 ; 



(2) 
^5) $118.20; 



(6) $63-50; (7) 



b. received bV.ihe^P^talum^^CtJgr 



(A) (B) (C) ^"> /"' «M55- (8) $27.50: (9) $ll40; (lO^.Hieh School District. Hall wesson. 

1(1) $ .48$ W* -70$ .J0$ .82 ||fgJ5, (8 5^7 ^^^^ (13) i «S. Petaluma. for two school buses 

(2) 3.00 2.70 3.00 3.00 J'^ , §20.80 ; total. $23,429.80 Submitted ^ ^^'f^J^' ^^p^^ity of 55 and 73-school 

— ! (3) .53 .54 .60 .65 1.20 ! *f^ ^^^ ^^^ 3.,^ Municipal I „___^r8. 



.25 
.02 
.22 
6.00 
1.75 
1.75 
1.75 



.20 
.02 
.22 
6.00 
2.25 
2.25 
2.25 



.30 

.025 
.20 
5.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 



.25 
.02 
.30 
6.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 



100000 100.00 200.00 500.00 725.00 IsALE EXTENDED 
1.20 .90 1.50 1.60 ^^^^»' 



59 , only bid to the £>asi o:i> -^Vtli'N'fir*; I passengers 
niK Utility District. Room 312. 512 16th ^ 
•S1^ St. Oakland, under Spec. 11^-354 for 

7« ' furnishing cast Iron pipe and f It- 

215 'tings for the Onnda filter plant. 

2.15 1 ' 

2.15 14/5/46 



•• 



ing system; 



I 



tering foundations; 1,57. placing 200 lbs. of construction- ' ^jove office 
(2) 19,000 c.y. excav., stripping bor- j ^^^^^ grout tubing and fittings; 

(58) installing 4,000 lbs. pipe hand- | ^^^ ^ 

(59) [^"tlillng 5,600 lbs. metal stair- | jg^ ELECTRIC IJQHTO^G 

ways; _ ,_ .„.„.h.h TRANSMISSION LINES 



row^ pits ; 

(3) 360,000 c.y. excav., intake canal. 
Intake structure ,lntake con- 
duits, pumping plant, pipe anch- 
ors, concrete-encased pipes, and 
surge tank ; 

(4) 60,000 c.y. excav. on hill south 
of pumping plant; 

(5) 500,000 c.y. excav. in borrow pits 
and transportation to sluiced 

(6) 4,000 c.y. excav., water- ana 



(60) installing 4,800 lbs. embedded | 
metal frames for opentogs in j 
floors and walls ; ; 

installing 88,700 lbs. of metal 



EQIHPMENT 



(61) 



Ratings: floor plates, and cov- '. 4/5/46 



•• 38 



1(17) 

;(18) 

1 (19) 

(20) 

(21) 

(22) 

1(23) 

1(24) 

(25) 



1.15 

34.00 

3.00 

38.00 

50.00 

.10 

20.00 

4.00 

5.00 

8.00 

12.00 

2.00 

5.00 



31.00 
2.50 

35.00 

43.00 
.10 

22.00 
4.50 
5.30 
7.20 

10.50 
2.00 
4.00 



28.00 
5.00 

30.00 

50.00 
.15 

25.00 
4.50 
6.00 
8.00 

11.00 
2.00 
5.50 



30.00 

6.00 

34.00 

50.00 

.10 

35.00 

5.50 

6.50 

10.00 

14.00 

5.00 

6.00 



34.50 
1.70 

34.00 

55.00 
.14 

30.00 
4.00 



PORT HUENEME, Vexitura Co.. 
CalS.-The war Assets A|lmlnisttu. . 



tion 155 W. Washington Blvd.. L«s 
Angeles, has extended for two weeks land. 



CONSTRUCTION STARTED 

PLANT _ ^ _.,,- 

•• 42 OAKLAND. Alameda County, caui. 
Railroad Ave. and Kennedy St. 

Addition of 16.000 square feet to Na- 
tional Automotive Fibres. Inc.. fur- 
niture manufacturing plant in OaK- 



for TWO wccivD icvuu. ij « VHKoAa 

„e-sa,e of -rp,u. p^^;.>«-e^^ 1 0,vner--Na..o^a, A^^^^^^^^^^ 

'"? 'r °3? at' ?ort H™r--- "°"' " I -S^" ">">"". Railroad Ave. ««1 

will continue from 9 A. 
dally. Mondays through 
8.00 ; remaining equipment and W^ater al 



8.00 remaining equipment and «^aterlal is Hoover Ave., S"*^ 
10.00 u-Xed ft V(fo0O,00O^an.| Includ^esjcontractoj-S^^^^^^^^ 



Johnson, 4652 Do- 



, BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
er plates; ^ { addii 9S 8 P. M. 

(62) installing 11,400 lbs. oil storage ^ APR^US^s^^^^^^ 



2:15 i paints and supplies, hardware rail 
Roo 4UU 00^ V.W 4.50 !^ad ties, heavy creo^^^^Vi^-f.n' 
eoS:SS 755^ .25:^ 600.00 825.00 \^^^^ ^S^^^:^^ ^k 

■ -itioTs.^^ge «uPP."««' ^**^^'°« "^P- 



6 iS 



tanks ; 



. i NORTH SACRAMENTO. Sacramento 



Machinery & Malerialja:?"^-'^^ ''- - 



C— A sale of 



sewer-pipe trenches and switch- j ^^3^ installing 600 s.f. metal accor- [ ^^^^^,7/ callTDel Paso Blvd. 

yard structures;^ ^ ^_ | dion doors; ^^m^. I Street lighting on Del Paso Blvd. 

s.f. metal swing : >.4* „«* Vnrth Sacramentc 



(7) 1,760 c.y. excav. for drain plpe.^^^^ installing 600 s. 



and fire protection pipe; 
(8) 80,000 c.y. excav. for concrete 
discharge conduit and discharge 
structure; 



ing doors; 

(65) installing 800 s.f. of metal 
windows; , , _ 

(66) installing 840 lbs. metal louvers. 



(68) fnstiillng 14.000 lbs. misc. met- 'deposit of $6, 



4/5/46 

SITE PURCHASED 

HOTEL 



22 



^^LMu^ Cost. $1,250,000 . 

SAN JOSE. Santa Clara Co., CaW. (23) 1,4 00 c y 
West side N. First St.. between MU- 

slon and Rosa Sts. 
Construction of 6-8tory 250-room 
hotel building (450x625 ft), includ- 



(9) 2,000 c.y. excav. for switchyard i ^^^^ installing 4,700 lbs. metal In 
structures ; 

(10) 88.400 c.y. backfill; 

(11) 200 c.y. gravel backfill; 

(12) 24.300 c.y. compacting backfill; 

(13) 6.800 c.y. dumped riprap; 

(14) placing 435,000 c.y. sluiced fill; 

(15) 2,100 c.y. fifravel surfacing; 

(16) 800 s.y. dry-rock paving; 

(17) 1,070 s.y. asph. coating on foun- 
dations ; 

(18) forming 400 Lf. of holes for 4- 
inch drains; 

(19) laying 660 Lf. 8-in. sewer pipe 
with cemented Joints; 

(20) -1,400 c.y. of concrete in intake 

structure ; 

(21) 2.780 c.y. concrete in pumping 
plant substructure; 

(22) 11,800 c.y. concrete in pumpmg 



, Owner— Clt yof North Sacramento, 
sash ' Engineer^Joseph E. Spink. 408 Call- 
i fomla Fruit Exchange Bldg., Sac- 
ramento. ^^ , . , 
Plans and specifications obtainable 
from the office of the engineer upon 



alwork ; 

(69) installing 60 s.f. metal fire doors 

(70) installing 1.260 s.f. glass block 

(71) i^tlnijg 12,200 Lf. of embedded 
electrical metal conduit 1%-ln. 
or less In diameter 

(72) Installing 11,100 Lf 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports In this section are classi- 
fied as follows: 

Misc. Supplies A Materials 42 
Machinery and Equipment «» 



4/5/46 

BIDS WANTED 



4/5/46 ^ ^ 

NOTICE OF SALE 

WASHINGTON. D. ,^ ,„ r-j. 

ifi Armv ST tugs, two located in Ban 

^liSo four^»° Seattle .even^t 

Rrooklvn N. Y.. and five at Charles- 

ifon. S C.: have been declared surpiu. 

42 by the armed services and »^^2Z.!f. 



40—- 



STREETS AND 
HIGHWAYS 




'sAC^MbNVo. calif. ^- Bids -"» ' ^^^.rt^^" orslt' oTl^v^J^U^^^^ 
oe received by the State Purchastag advertised fo^ ^"^vember 22. 1946. 
Agent. Sacramento, for materials and jbid^o. 100 on^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^ ^ 

m(nimum%riceot $50,000 «ach»^ 
TA ft lone 20 ft. beam, 9 ft. e m. 
draft, sinlie screw, and Powejed^by 



electrical metal conduit larger 
than 114 -In. and not larger than 
3-in. in diameter; 

(73) installing 8^00 Lf. electrical 
nonmetalllc conudit; 

(74) installing 2.200 lt>8. of ground 

(75) Snltmctlng 1.100 Lf. of guard 
rails ; 



embedded njQ^yq^CT AWARDED 



•• 40 



'42— MISC. SUPPUES AND 
I MATERIALS 



eoulpment as follows: 

^ April 11 

QUO. 45975, REQ. E47885; 

^1000 lbs. asphaltlc Jo^^t «ller to 

steel drums, non-returttable, f.o.b. 

Havward. 

QUO. 46328, REQ. E479(Wt 4 1 1^"^' fuer^cil'iiiijHy of 10,349 gallons. 



^ hp.'"lmperial dlesel -fne^^-jy^J 
have a speed of approximately 9 
knots, accommodations for 8 men 



•• 



SUNNYVALE. SanU Clara Co.. 
Calif. — Union Paving Co., Babcock 



4/5/46 

NOTICE OF SALE 

„ SAN FRANCISCO. —War 

Bldg.. San Francisco, at $24,800, was ^ ^^^j^jg^^j^yon gg van Ness Ave., 

awarded contract toy the City of sun- pranclsco 2. announces sale or 

nyvale. City HaU, Sunnyvale for dehydrators, located In ^ , ..^ ,f^ 

pivlng of Falroaks Ave. north to j:^^;^^^^^^;^ ^^ wholesale ref rigex^tor , dale Rd ^-pj, ,5 

Maud and alo ng Maud to L*^^"^®- .dealers only Sale clos es April 22. j^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^33. 



__j Jose plant. .^,«, ' 

^ QUO. 46627, REQ. 87177:! 
*^ri20 tons liquid asphalt. 8C-4^de. 

AMets' livery 60 tons two »"««„ "^^SX 

Assets g^^^^^rn^rdlno on Cajotl Psjis High- 

00 tons 31 miles northwest of 



san b^ardrnJon Cajor. P««a-P*Im- 



pUnt intermediate struc ; j - transp-irting l.HO tons freight 4/5/45 

^ - . concrete in pumping i^'"' of all kinds for the «ovt.orJU | COMPLETE BIDS 



! 
• 40 4/5/46 



•• 



A9 1 Three sand spreaders, Burch Chip- 
** ' It-Ovir ^ equil, with all-steel hop- 



agents, other than the contrac- 



Safely FINLENITE Tread 

Steps, Noxingi, PUtforma, Sidewalk Boxes 

All Types Gray Iron Castings ,, ^ _ _ „ 
SAN FRANCISCO IRON FOUNDRY 

^ ^ " *^ *^ f^AN VrANCISCO iron WORKS) 

2G0 TOWNSFND STREET - P»»>ne DQuglasjm 



plant superstructure; 
(24) 1,170 c.y. second-stage concrete 

in pumping plant; ^ ..„ piam »"-. , , „„^ 

(26) 12,400 c.y. concrete In conduits _ ^.^^1^3 of the standard forms and 

_■_' - the specifications may be ob- 

^=^^1 kilned from the following offices of 

:the Bureau of Reclamation. WalKer 



t" o T» -^ \^KAa i«.'Ui h*i received by the 1 driven, i.o.o. oa^ 



2 P. M., bids will be received by 



tor. bet. railhead and PumPl^K Dlggs Construction Co , P.O. Box 7^^^^^ 

plant site. ^ , _, Phoenix, Ariz., »* »\28.233.25, suD ^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ fol- 

H ... .^_j_-.« #^Y.ma ftnd jjjitte<j the low bid to tne fuoiic y^ .« 



niads Administration. 303 W. f c^; '^^IJjI^^i^o. 1, located at various De- "e. f.o^ 



April 16 
QUO. 47007, REQ. 202: 
One 400- gallon asphalt 
San Luis Obispo 
218 



heating ket- 




tinpntal Oil Bldg., Denver; ^. -- 
iioweS Pro eel En^neer, Estes Park 
"olo and Michael W. Straus, Com- 
mlssloner. Bureau of Reclamation, 
Washington 25, D. C. Prospective 

r ^-orlnr^^^ 1 

^^Ipr^ffilo^ns^ob^Iinable J^^^^^^ 

rs ^vTorvrrnSsr • ^" 



(1) 



(2) 



The bids were taken as follows 

lump sum, extra and miscellane- V.C.P. pipe. 



I f.o.b. San Luis Obispo. 

4/5/46 

BIDS OPENED 



•• 42 



to th^^ 8. Maritime Comm^on 
office^ at 220 Bush St.. San FVan- 

cfscoT 46 Broadway ^"^n^^V^st 
N Y.; 1488 Oexter-Horton Bldg.. Se- 
atUe Wash., or to superintendent. 
Wat^r Division. Army Storage Basto. 

Sfarieaton. S C. ,P^P*/="r%S^j; 
chasers should submit their offers 
soeclfylng number of tugs desired to 
t"hTsVc«l.ry. U. 8. IjJrltlm^Com- 
mission. Commerce Bldg., Wasnmg 
Ton 25, D. C. Application fonr^fjr 
purchase may be made to thedlrec 
tor. Division of Small Vessel Procure- 
ment and Disposal. U. 8. Maritime 
Commission. Washington 25. D. c. 

•• 48 

4/5/46 .««-r. 

CONTRACT AWARDED ^ .» _ 

OAKLAND. Alameda Co.. Caltf.— 

,r Co.. Park St. Alameda. 

iv/arded contract by the 



Lot No. 2, three (3) wooden poles, 



chasing Agent. Sacramento for ma- 



ous force account work ^^lear- *-- -— follows: 1 30-ft. T-NP-NS, 



QvarS^tor^Co". Parte St. Alam.^ 

at $2620. awarded contract by the 

East Bay Municipal Utility District, 

c'i'^R ImKNTO calif -The follow- 1 Room 312. 512 16th 8t Oakland, un- 

mrsubmi«?d''bi°ds?o the State ^- Ider Pro. 1723 for two Jeeps 



•* 82 . 

4/5/46 

PURVEY COMPLETED ^ ( 

SONOMA COUNTY. Calif. -Con 



(3) 12 0()b cu. yds. unclassified ex- 
cavation for borrow ; 

(4) 9500 cu. yds. unclassified exca- 
vation for borrow ; 

(5) 5000 cu. yds. unclassified exca- 
vation for borrow; 

(6) 69.700 cu. yd. miles special over- 
haul of borrow; 



tt-ft -ir-riB. "•" ,;V- 2 hours fre«- and balance 
,.. south line mento $27. 2 hours ^r«* V^^ ^,„^ 30 



I $5 per hour 

awarded 



discount 2 per 



.w-iv. ***"«. 44992. REQ. 12214: 

iwest side San Jose Ave.. 175 ft N. QUO. 4499A_^^ ^^^^ Co.,,Sax:ra 

Santa Qnez Ave.; 1 30-ft TP-«». 1 «j- « 

west side San Jose Ave. 

^ TSfsuctes'sful bidder on Lot Na 2 | days ; a-amea. 

must remove the PO>«« Jy ^^^3? j;:f ^^^ IT Tleslau. $34.^ntrtax Included. 

backfill the holes and J^f^^^^ „^! i q^ 44990, REQ. 12212: 

_....* „i^o«r«iu or eround in a *»«»*; **^"- "^' Tank Truck_ Co. 



(Continued on Page Eight) 



street, sidewalk or ground 



$27; 



[NJ.X, v^o.'"- — - I naui 01 uonuT. , 

suiting Engineer Charles H._Lee^^ j ^^^ jg^O Un. ft. Jfu^ow-^ ditches 



land workmanlike manner. i ho'i^'ra*" f ree • balance |5 per hour; 

' Lot No. 3,_ located^ at_ m_aln yard. | ^^^^^^'.^^i^^^^, 2 per cent 30 days. 



'ciutter St Sfiin Francisco, has com- - 2725 units watering base course; ,Oomer 
Sd s'ui^ey work on _th_e Russian jSJ sum, providing and mahi- jDnve^ 



furrow ditches; *^«' ';!"• "•'^TTW'a *ve and South awarded; aiscouni. ^ ^^ - 

.atering base course; | Golden Gate Park, 3rd Ave. ana »ou«i gj^^q^iat qU Co., $28. 



A. A. Tieslau, $33, tax included, net 



a^^^'Sl^Tewe^^unnVgT^>m I ''' Sro!kr^atS"pi^t>-V^«; J ^^.e !»" ^*«" '^''^ "" "* I QUOr^l^^i^Q. m«^ 



E^^».1«r^i"»'i^^"^^S"^3^^ SERVICE ONEKCEUXO 



■ more tnan ♦uw.w.. .^. ^-- - TheL„, ii^^'^^nsTyVe 3 blotter material ' tact Mr. Gllck, Room SOY ^i^y ~»^ i;;"'cr$5 per hour; discount 
'TrS%iirinc?ade^fnTpumVng sta-J/"> il?SmZu?^Veservatlve treat-, for i^BP-tlon^.^^,_ „vrometers, No.'sO days; awarded. 



John Cassaretto Co. 

since 1886 - - and 8W Active 

BUILDLNG MATERIALS 

READY-MIX CONCRETE 

ROCK-SA^ID ORAVEL-LIME 

CEMINT-PLA8TER-M0RTAR 

METAL LATH WOOD LATH 

8TUCC0-WIRE-NETTIN0 



.trunks and laterals, r 
; completed about July 1 



2 Tycos recording pyrometers. 



asphalt (grade MC i) lor oiiu ,U4^ ^ indicating pyre 

,15308 (portable), Taylor Instrument, 



35— DOCKS, "R?* 
HARBORS 



Blomqulst Oil Co.. »".90 $19.25; 
11^ hours free; balsince $4.50 per 

**Ta. Tieslau. $20.80, $22.40; $5 per 
1 hour 



3 5 



PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS 
CONCRETE HEADWALL 
SAN FRANCISCO. Mission 

i J.Sfnt materia. , and drWing o, | 



Rock 



(13) 322 tons same grade MC-5. 

The total bids submi«^w«jB . , _^^^^ ^^^er Na 27U5l». xype j'*— Y'^ul^^t Co.. Burch. $780 

^^^ ? ff23?2r CS. 2-wire. *^ «imps..2;» volts. T^o^. ^ C^^^^ ^^^. ^ ^^y. 

$128,233.25. — „__ ^^ — w ' gon General Elcctnc direct current n* j ' • net 

1 C02 combustion recorder. Sim- , deuvery^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ j^^^^ 

manco Abady. j j^jodel 9. $695 ea>ch ; hitches, 1^ ^^ ' 



BUNKERB 

Phene: OArfleW «78« 

6th snd Chani»eL Ban rran«»aoe 



$128 ^ „ 

(B) Wallace & Wallace, 






FOR MIXING AND HOISTING CONCRETE 

All operations under complete control of one 
nuui, giving continuous delivery of thoroughly 
mixed concrete of required strength and work- 
ability. 



pnel an^d construction of concrete 
headwall for Mission Rock Ter- 

Own1?-Board of State Harbor Com- 
° missioners, F. G. White, Chief En- 

pS^s^^pl^r^d^Engrg. Deptof 

: 5l'°previously reported, bids close 

^^^JinV'anfs^fications may he 
;obTa!?ed from the a»>ove ofHce of 
;the owner upon _deposlt of $»^m 



,lil00 $S.0O ,1^.00 »AS.OO g^sr^^rfu^S^^^^ ...ipmeht 

»^^5:5? .80 LOO 1.45 Room 312. 512 I6U1 St. Oakland.^un^ ^^^ each ; Wtch«B _$8 « 



Lump sum bids will be received, j (12). 



$128,897. „. , ,..- 
(C) ^R Skousen. Phoenix, $148. j_._ ^^ « 1 4T^" d^r^eUvery ; discount 2 per 

,X» PJ-ji-Te-P^ «^o- ^^- '^'^-;i;^1iDS RECEIVED ^^J^^I^r^!^^ Machinery Co.. $7J0; 

Thi^Tt bids^submltted were: 1 ,?AKI^.^-. -^^^^^^^^^ - hitches; 21 days de- 

m.00 East Bay Municipal Utljlty District, j Uv^Y; jet ^ ^^.^^^^^ ^o.. Buckeye, 

(1). 
(2). 
(3)- 
(4).. 
(5)- 
{ (6).. 
(7).- 
(8).. 
(9).. 
i (10)- 
1 (11)- 



.40 

.40 

.20 

.20 

.20 

1.10 

1000.00 

1.20 

.07 

27.00 

27.50 



SCOOPMOBILE 

SCOOPS ... Lim ... MOVES Afc^ LOADS 

L E 



B 



G G Y M O B I 

POWERED CONCRETE BUGGY 



rXwlng contractors have taken (13) 

^^E.^^'r^Turklngton, 465 California 

St San Francisco. ^^ nniJn ELECTION 

DunSnson - Harrelson Co.. 1404 ! BOND Ettt, ^^^ 

DeYoung Bldg., San Francisco 



.40 


.40 


.40 


.40 


.15 


.25 


.20 


.16 


.08 


.15 


2.00 


2.00 


100.00 


500.00 


LIO 


1.45 


.07 


.or 


30.00 


30.00 


31.00 


3L00 



each; agitator, 
:S deV spec.' 1725 for mOOO f^-^^^^.^^' "riei^.'llS? ;^>eight, $80; 14 
.68 galvanized and welded steel ^^ ! J^^' delivery from Ohio ; net 
.75 fabric 
.15; 
.16 4/5/46 



•• 42 



2.20 CONTRACT AWARDED 



4/5/46 

NOTICE OF SALE 



42 



WANTED 

FOR SALE . FOR RENT 

USED EQUIPMENT 
AND MATERIALS 



7.25 . OAKLAND, Alameda Co., C*^— i o p M.. bids will be received by the , 
t ^Oakland Plumbing Supply ^J^ «J f^frchaier of SuppUes. 270 City HjO^ : 
and Harrison, Oakland^ at^ $1234.36. , ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ g^g f^r sale of the 



35.00 awarded contract by the East Bay J" ^ ,^j. 
36.00 Municipal UtiUty District, R^ 3^ * 



(STetrst.: Oakland, under Pro. 1722 j^-;^. 
for streamUne fittings 



IStNo. 1. located at 2948 L-urkto 




(19) Skid Pumpers type 1 ^EW & RECONDITIONED 



1 4/5/46 



112 Market 



I L E 



PORT/!! J cJncrb!e !in) elevating plant 



For CompUlt Information CdU 

RHODES & JAMIESON, 



Ltd. 



Ben C. (Jerwick, Inc., 
crt. San Francisco. 

Ocean Constructors. 135 Stockton 
St., San Francisco. 



Nineteen (19) saw *^""'*7* % , iiri Wtw « '^^^^•^ . JL^W^« 
.. 42 'f, with e^^ust Pr^aer JWO gkUon. DIMENSION LUMBER 

I ner minute centrif uifal pumps , * » i ■»■ . . 

^%*iSl fi^S'^'ta Clara Co., Calif. 'cSnTRACT AWARDED _^_ S. national standarS '^^^^'^ ^ ^^ 

2r^^r^ "Sin Joae will vote May 1 OAKLAND, Alameda Co., tAiu- , 1— 4-ln. sucUoft basket; 85 hp. 

I r*^* ?^J^ to "L^ SndTS JeromelTHomer. 3400 Chestout St, ! ^ng ^-^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^ «.teri.-«s. o— • -; 

?»,f\mo£^^ i«J.OW for develop- ^ Oakland, at $2160. ^'^^^^.tif ^S^jg 1 Jerature Indicator, ammeter •;j<l f i Uocks of "hard to get 
•the amouni ui ♦ ■ ..«^„„j.. k,, tHo irj»j.t Bav Municipal uuuiy|K- «.„«,« Mlf -^starter and bat-, w;,. »Ht» t%r ' 






Larf* 



ment 
$350, 



Healy-Tlbbitts Constr. 1100 B:^» | J^^'^^drwits, 
^L^intr C^nlS: 923 Folsom St. j extensiona _ 

^^SaSr^JStr. CO.. Freight •»* I J/^ilpLETE BJ, D8 



o mount of $450,000 for develop- , uaKiano, ai ♦**""• "r~j~:~ , TTtiiitv'P«rature maicaior, «^^ — 17 k-V < 
amount 01^ ♦ and playgrounds ; I by the East Bay Jf^,^^*P*^,^SS2 Pressure gauge, self -starter and bat- , 
nno f or new fire stations and , District Room 312, M2 16th St.. Oak | v g^ollne tank not less than 12- , 
•2S,4^ts. STd $400,000 for street land, under. Pro. 1720 for 12 steel ^^,;^«^^^,y, to be mounted on 



40 



operating tables 



San Fran- ' low bid to 



BUUDINe MATIWAtS • UAOY MIXED CONCRETE 

OAKLAND KEII09 3-5225 



. 



Foot off 23rd Avoaae 



Case 
meda. ^ 

Guy F. Atkinson Co. 
Railroad Aves., South 
Cisco 

jtion 

,e . Shoiow. ^' 
Basalt Rock uo.. xnc, »w ow porest Navajo County, 

""^B. McGowan. Inc. 625 Market . Project .Axia.^!?;^;^^, 



I«i 



« ••42 

4/5/46 ** 

BIDS WANTED r!*lif — 

-^??o.r'^^, BO. «. xu.j3^^--ro^3^,'^nr;.^ ^^'^rlt^^^ \s::^.i^'i^^^_ 



Wire, write, or 'phoae 
CLEVF.LAND WRECKING CO. 
Sr i^n^S^e V^ metir'-.kl';; i 2900 Third Si. ■ VAteoei, 4f77 

and the top for weatherproof and to , ^ , ,, - , — — 

include the following equipment: | FOR RENT 

1 compound gauge. 1 pressure gauge, FUK Ktn i 

\ governor. 1 r«iucer. 4-in. to 8-in^ 



UOMBBR HANDLINO ID^^ 

i^ncTtfT CARRIKBS. STAClOmS, 

M*** Pacific Camera. 



MJCNT: 



i . r fiVSn 9M W. Jefferson St, Phoe- land, under Spec. 1 
i . A^i Anril 2 for the construe- pine, common, rough. 



1726 for Oregon 



^.^as. U Han.ey, 625 Maricet St. ni. Ari. Ap^j^-or^e^con,^^^- ^ ,_ ^ 

S^ ^cisco. ^ ^ ^^. _, Ji?S>e . Sholow. Sitgreavea National above office. 

Basalt Rock Co.. Inc., 900 8th 8^- I Si^. Navajo County, Ariaona; 



St., San FrancliBca. 



Pa^c Bridge Co.. 383 Kearny St. 

San Francisco. 



PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS 
ROCKWALL AND FILL 
S^FRANCISCO. Mission 
TerminaL 



S 5 



Rock 



4/5/46 

BIDS WANTED 



^'i^elve (12) SkW Pu»P«" < "^ ,„, 
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FOR SALE 



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EQUIPMENT 
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FRIDAY. APRILS. 1946 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY oS Northern California 



PRACTICING ARCHITECTS 



8AN FRANCrSOO COUNTY 



AARON. OUSTAVS. M2 IMh At«. 

ABRAHAMS. HARRY W^ 6tf BuoOd 
AveniM. 

AlCAKDES. F. FRSDBRIC, 414 Dew- 
ey Boulevard. 

AMBROSB. Wm. C^ 261 Keamv St. 

APPLCGARTH, O. A., 286 liontfem- 
ery Street. 

APPLJ:toN, a., 6S Post Street 

HTMAN A APPLETON. 68 Poat St 

AUSTIN, ELIZABETH 1£. 1162 FU- 

^ bert Street 

BAKEWELU JOHN, Jr.. 281 Kaamy 
Street. 

BANGS. E.'aEOFFRBY. 606 l£wk«t 
Street 

BARSS. FREDERICK B.. 268 Market 
Street 

BAUMBBRGBR, WALTBm BL. 822i 
CabrUlo Street 

BAUMAKN. HBRliAN C. 251 Keany 
street 

BBROBR, G. A.. 309 Valencia Street 

BBRNARDI. THBODORB C. 402 
Jackaon Street 

WURSTER. BERNARDI AND EM- 
MONS. 403 Jackson Street. 

BERTZ, BARLB B., 156 Montfom- 
ery Street 

BLANCHARD. NORMAN K., 866 
Pine Street 

BLANCHARD & MAKER, 3«9 Plna 

BISSANTZ .EDGAR F., 2128 Valleje. 

BLISS, WILL M.. 235 Montgomery St 

BLISS, WALTER D.. 382 Market St 

BLISS A FAIRWEATHER. 382 Mar- 
ket Street 

BOLUBg, JOHN S.. 369 Pine St 
WARD & BOLLES. 369 Pine Street 

BORN, ERNEST, 730 Montgomery 

Street 
BRANNER. JOHN K.. 210 Post St 
BICKEL. REDDICK H., 582 Market 

Street 
BROWN. ARTHUR Jr., 251 Keamy 

Street 
BUCKLEY. VINCENT. 110 Sutter St 

CANTIN. A. A.. 764 Market Street 
CANTIN. A. MACKENZIE, 704 Mar- 
ket Street 

CAULDWELL. ALBERT M.. 17 Os- 

firood P1&C6 
CHINN, FRANCIS LAI. 622 Wash- 
ington Street. 
CIAMPI. MARIO J., 85 San Pablo 

Arenue. 
CLARK. HBRVEY P.. 210 Post St 
CLAUSEN. CHAS. O.. 748 46th Ave. 
CLAUDIUS. CHARLES W., 2443 47th 

Avenue. 
CLXFTORD, WALTER C, 310 Lo- 

oust street 
COBBY. E. v., 260 Tehama St 
COBLENTZ, DOROTHY W., 8647 

Washington Street 
COLLINS. FREDERICK R., 1082 

Hyie Street 
CONRICH. J. LLOYD. 593 Market St 
CORBETT. MARIO. 210 Post Street 
COULTER, NORMAN R., 261 Kearny 

Street 



MAKER, EDWARD J., 360 Pine St 
BLANCKARD ft MAHBR. 866 Ptaia 
MASTEN. CHARLBB F., 407 SanMme 

Street 
MASTKN Sc HURD. 407 nnmtfe St 
MASTEN, J. KENDALL, 16 — 14Ul 

Avenue. 
MASTROPASQVA, LOUIS. UU Q»* 

ion Street 
MAURY, CHAS. P.. 1617 LyoB Street 
MacDONALD. EARL It, 208 Garden 

Lane. Cokna. 
MAYBECK, BERNARD R., 67 Poet 
MCCARTHY, FRANCIS J.. 668 Mia- 

sion Street 
McCREA. GEORQE E., 286 7th St 
McGUINNESS. JAMS» F., 488 Pine 

Street 
RESING & McGUINNESS. 484 Pine 

Street 
McSWEENY. A. McF., Hearat BUf., 

Third and Market Sts. 
McSWEENEY. ANGUS. 514 MlaatoO 

Street 
McL/VUGHLIN, RICHARD A^ «18 

20th Aveaue. 
McCOOL. JOHN B.. 177 Post Street 
MENDELSOHN, ERIC, 233 Saneome 

Street. 
MENDELSOHN, DINWIDDIE AND 
HILL, 233 Sansome Streat 

MERCHANT. Wm. O.. 57 Poat Street* 

MEYER. FREDERICK H., 440 Mont- 
gomery Street 

MEYER & EVERS. 406 Montgomery. 

MICHBLSEN. HARRY M.. 80 Ma- 
drone Street 

MILLER, JAMES R.. 580 Market St 

MILLER & PFLUEGBR. 580 Market 
Street. 

MINTON. HENRY A.. 1045 Sansome 
Street 

MITCHELL. JAS. H.. 407 Sansome. 
MOHR. NORMAND W.. 481 Noe St 
MOONKY, WALTER E., 1^9 Ullea 

Street 
MOOSER, WILLIAM, 251 Keamy St 
MOOSER, WILLIAM, Jr., 681 Mar- 
ket Street 
MORGAN, JULIA. 4® California St 

NEUMARKEL, BMIL A.. 1374 86th 
Avenue. 



BURtlNGAME 



OGLOU, VLADIMIR, 

mento Street 
OSBORNE, ERLE J., 

Avenue. 



2784 Sacra- 
2518 Paolflo 



PAGE. EDWARD B.. 251 Kearny St 

PERRY. WARREN CHAS.. 260 CaU- 

fomia Street 



BROWN. IRVING FORBES. 1477 

Burlingame Avenua 
GILLAM. W. C F.. 1404 Palm Drtre. 
McSWBBNBY. ANGUS, 112 

Avenue. 
SHARPS. LBO J.. 1477 BarUngaMO 

Avenua 
STBPHBN. WALULCB A« 2626 Gar- 

mellta Avenue. 
THAYMR, OSCAR R.. 1J6T 

Avcaaa 



BERKELEY 



O., 



D4.ILBY, GARDNER A., 210 Peat St 
DAKIN, FRANK W.. 625 Market St 
DAVIS F. a. 516 Buena Vlata Ava, 
BAY, WM. PHYTON. 405 Montgom- 
ery Street 
DEICHMANN, OTTO A.. 1626 Market 
Street 

OE MARTINI. EDMUND P.. 78S 

Market Street ^ 

DEVITT. JOHN H., 580 Market St 

DINWIDDIE. JOHN BKIN. 233 San- 
some Street. 

MBKDBLSOHN. DINWIDDIE AND 
HILL, 233 Sansome Street 

EDIB. WM., 47 RoCKwood Court 
EDWARDS. THOS., M.. 704 Market 
EMMCWS. DONN. 402 Jackson St 
WURSTER, BERNARDI AND EM- 
MONS, 402 Jackson Street 
EVERS ALBERT J., 406 Montgom- 
ery Street 
FABRB. ALBERT J., 251 Keamy St 
FAIRWEATHER, J. S., 582 Market 

Street 

BLIS8 Sc FAIRWEATHER, 582 Mar- 
ket Street 

FALOH. WALTER C, 1202-3 Hearst 
Bufldlng. 

FITZGERALD, GERALD J., 112 Up- 
per Terrace. 

FOLEY. JOHN J.. 770 Fifth Avenue. 

FRASIER. EMORY M., 1112 Larkin 
Street 

FRANKLIN. CHAS. H.. 2645 Chest- 
nut Street 

FIRICK. EDW. L., 251 Keamy Street 

WEIHE. FRICK & KRUSE, 251 
Kearny Street. 

FUNK. JOHN C. 21 Columbus Ave, 
GBILFUSS. CARL, 417 Dewey Blvd. 

GERNER, FFLA.NK S., 1026 Market St 
GLASS. EDWARD, 965 Union Street 
GOLDSTINE. IRVIN WILLIAM, 821 

Market Street. 
GOULD. J. S., 406 Montgomery St 
GUNNISON, WM. F.. 1666 Golden 

Gate Avenue. 

HARPER. W. W.. 681 Market St 
HASS, ANDREW T., 525 Market St 
KENT & HASS. 526 Market Street 
HELM. WILLIAM J.. 33 Mame Ava 
KETMAN. S.. 605 Market Street 
HHRTZKA. W. S., 85 Poat Street 
HBRTZKA & KNOWLES, 86 Post 
HILDBBRAND. ERNEST, 261 Kear- 
ny Street 

HINTBRMANN. OTTO G.. 2647 QeM- 

en Gate Avenue. 
HOBART. LEWIS P., 526 Market St 
HORSTMAN, ANTHONY J., en Ittk 

Avenue. 
HOWARD. HBNRY T.. 2944 Jaokaen 

Street 
HUBBEBRT, WALLACE H., 660 Mar- 
ket Stre et 
HURD, LESTER W.. 407 Sanaome St 
MASTEN & HURD. 407 Sanaeme St 
HURT, BDGAR B.. 682 Market St 
HYDiB, WINFIELD H.. 70« Batler 

Btrtldlng. 
HYMAN, SAMUEL LIGHTNBR, 68 

Pest Street 
HTMAN & APPLETON. 68 Peet St 

IGAZ, RUDOLPH, Jr.. 786 Mariut St 
IRVINE .RICHARD It, 8841 16tk St 

JACOBS. ALFRSO) H.. 116 S«tter SL 
JAEHNB. ALFRED H.. 26M IBIll 

Avenue. 
JOHNSON. ALFRED W.. 681 Market 

Street 
JOROBmSN. MARK T.. 60 SaaU 

Aaa Avenua 
JOSBPH. BBRNARD J., 611 O'Far- 

retl Street 
KENT. THOMAS J., 526 Market St 
KENT & HASS, 525 Market Street 
KEYSBR, LAWRENCB, 701 Pamaa- 

SQs Avenua 
KNOLL, A. H.. 726 Sutter Street 
KNOWLES. Wm. H.. 86 Post Street 
HERTZKA & KNOWLES, 85 Post 
KRAFFT. ELMER J.. 760 Market St 
KRUSE. LAWRENCE A.. 251 Kear- 
ny Street 
WEIHE, FRICK & KRUSE. 251 

Keamy Street. 
KUHN. ALFRED. 206 Castenada Ava 
KUMP, ERNEST J.. 261 Keamy St 



LAMB, ARTHUR H., 251 Keamy St 
LANGHORST. FREDERICK L, 4^ 

Sutter Street 
LEASEN, HARRY J., IHO 10th ATa 
LI^YD. F. E., 210 Post Street 
LOVELL, H K. 186 82nd Avenua 



PETERSON, CLARENCE 

Mission Street 
PEUGH, W. D., 333 Montgomery St 
PFLUEGER, MILTON, 580 Market St 
PFLU^EGER, TIMOTHY U. 680 Mar- 
ket Street 

MILLER & PFLUEGER. 580 Maiket 
Street 

POLLACK, RALPH N., 700 Stetnet 

Street 
POPE, CHARLES. 368 Laurel Street 

QUANDT, FRED W., 905 Market St 

RANEY. VINCENT. 233 Post Street 
REID, JOHN. Jr., 405 Montgomery. 
REIMERS, FREDERICK^H.. T» Poet 

RESING. EDMUND J., 488 Pine St 
RESING & McGUINNBSS. 488 Pine 

Street 
REYNOLDS A CHAMBERLAIN, 664 

Market Street 
RIEDY. D. A.. 265 aty HalL 
RIST. MARTIN J.. 760 Market St 
ROGBRa CHAa B. J^ 760 Market St 
ROLLER, ALBERT F., 1 Montgom- 
ery Street 
ROWB. WILLIAM HBNRY, 214 

Front Street 
RUNGB. C. W.. 1623 35th Avenua 
RUEGG, THEX>DORE G., 617 Mont- 
gomery Street 
SHARPE, ED. MUSSON. 277 Pine St 
SHAW, FREDERIC. 542 18th Ava 



ALLEN, HARRIS C« 2614 HilJegaaa 
ANTHONY, JOHN B., 2826 Foreat 

Avenua 

BALLANTINB, JOHN KNOX, Jr., 
1512 La Loma. 

BOYTER. ELIZABETH. 2360 Le 
Conte Avenue. 

CHILDS. ELMER E., 702 Spruee St 

DeCHENE. ERNEST It, 716 Arling- 
ton Avenue. 

DE LONG, SCOFIELD, 2656 LeConte 
Avenua 

DeSANNO. RAYMOND, 2884 MUtU 
Street 

DONOVAN, JOHN J., 950 Paifcer St 
DRAGON, PAUL L.. 206fi Alleton 
Way. 

DRAGON & SCHMIDTS, 2068 AU- 
ston Way. 

FERREE, HAROLD, 2100 Vlrgklla. 

QENSS, HAROLD F., 1319 McGee 
Avenue. 

GOODMAN, MICHAEL^ 2161 Shat- 
tuck Ave. 

GUTTERSON, HENRY H., 2622 Gar- 
ber Street 

deLAPPB, RUSSELL GUERNB, Ho- 
tel Claremont Bldg. 

HARDMAN, B. R., 2066 Allston Vay. 

HAMMARBERG, PAUL H.. 2 Nor- 
wood Avenua 

HlAYMOND, SCOTT, 2828 Skattuck 
Avenua 

HAYS, Wm. C, 2924 Derby Street. 

HUNTER, ALBERT R., 5809 Men- 
doza Drlva 

JEANS, RAYMOND W., 1824 San 
Pedro Avenua 

JORY, ARTHUR V., 1396 Scenic Ava 

JORY, STAFFORD U, 1376 KucUd 
Avenue. 



OAKtAND 



SHELDON. MARTIN A., 681 Market 

Street 
SMITH. DONALD POWERS, 58 Sut- 
ter Street 
SMITH. WILTON. 1045 Sansome St 
SMITH. THOMAS. 3121 26th Street 
SPACKMAN, WENDELL R.. 664 

Mission Street 
SPENCER. ELDRIDGE T.. 251 Kear- 
ny Street 
STARKS. LEONARD F.. 904 De 
Young Bldg.. Market and Keamy. 
STEINER. CARLTON A., 101 Post 
STEWART, JOS. L., 206 Sansome St 
STONE. DOUGLAS D.. 381 Bush St 
STRINGHAM. ROLAND I.. 251 Kear- 
ny Street. 
STROTHOFF, CHAS. F., 1857 Mar- 

Ket Street. 
SWAIN. CLARKSON, 2425 Buchanan 

Street. 
SWEETING, HOWARD EDWIN, 101 
Post Street 

TOMASELLO. PHILIP D., 605 Wash- 
ington Street. 

THOMSEN, H. A.. Jr., 315 Montgom- 
ery Street. 

TRAVIS, GEO. W.. 426 41st Ava 

WARD. JOSEPH FRANCIS, 368 Pine 
Street. 

WARD & BOLLES, 360 Pine Street 

WEEKS. HAROLD H.. 593 Market St 

WEIHE. ERNEST E., 251 Keamy 
Street 

WEIHE, FRICK & KRUSE, 251 
Keamy Street. 

WELLINGTON, WINFIELD SCOTT, 
260 California Street 

WHITE. C. BOLTON- 221 Spruce St 

WIBMEYER. GEKDRGE H., 704 Mar- 
ket Street 

WICKENDEN. JAMES D., 402 Jack- 
son Street. 

WILLARD. STANTON. 1847 2tth 
Avenue. 

WILLIAMS, ALBERT R.. 251 Peat 
Street 

WILLIAMS. ALFRBD C, 1231 Fifth 
Avenue. 

WILSON, ALS:CK L., 716 Montgom- 
ery Street 

WONG WORLEY K. 101 Peet Street 

WYNKOOP. FRANK. 821 Market St 

WURSTER. BBRNARDI AND BM- 
MONS. 402 Jaokson Street 

WURSTER. WM. 1^ .. 402 Jaokaen St 



604 KLINKHARDT, GBORQB R, 44 Bu- 

oalyptus Road. 

LINDLEY, CHARLES R., 1087 Co- 
lusa Avenua 

MEMMLER, ARTHUR H., P. O. BOK 
124. 

MEMMLER, ARTHUR H., 1448 Jose- 
phine Str eet 

MILLER, LEFFLER B., 804 Santa 
Barbara Road. 

MOISE, HOWARD, 71 Panoramic 
Way. 

OFFICER, GWYNN, 2068 Allaton 

Way. 

PLACHEK. JAS. W., 2131 University 
Avenua 

PRICE, OSCAR M, 1687 Short St 

RATCLIFF, W. H., 2828 Shattuck 
Avenua 

RUSS, E. H., 3141 College Avenue. 

SANFORD, FLORENCE H., 2747 
Bancroft Way. 

SCHMIDTS. CARL It. 2068 Allaton 
Wav. 

DRAGON & SCHMIDTS, 2068 All- 
ston Way. _ . ^^ 

SHAW, NORMAN W., 71 Tuxmel Kd. 

snO>SON, HORACE G., 201 Tunnel 
Road. ^ 

STEILBERG, WALTER T., No. 1 Or- 
chard Lcuia 

TALLEY, WESLEY ANDRES, 61 
Maryland Avenu a 

WELLINGTON. WINFIELD SCOTT. 
1525 Arch Street 

WITKIN, EJLJZABETH HILLIBR, 
2712 Shasta Road. 

WOLFARD, HAROLD N., 2772 Shasta 
Road. ^^ 

YELLAND, W. R.. 829 Coventry Rd. 



CARMEL 



JONES, ROBERT R., Box 927. 



CHICO 



ANDERSON, ARTHUR W., 1801 

A-^rJ^^^ °^ America Building. 

ANDERSON, JAMES HARLOW, 339 
15th Street 

ANDERSON ft SIMONDS, 339 16th 
Street 

BLAINE. ROGER W., 6674 Floranee 
Avenua 

BLODGETT. EDWARD OSCAR. 
Hoover Avenue 

BROOKE. HERBERT VAUGHN. 
Fairbanks Avenua 

BROWN, GUY U. 601 Bank of 
meroe Building 

BRUNO. HARRY A.. 1440 Broad . 

CERRUTI. EDW. D . 42T 13th Street 

CHAMBERI^IN, LOY, 8886 Pled- 
moBt Avenue. 

REYNOLDS and CHAJ^ERLAIN, 
3838 Piedmont Avenua 

COLLINS. ALLEN O. 6046 Marden 
Lane. 

CONFER. FREDERICK I*. 1314 
Webster Street 

CORLETT. WILLIAM G., 1801 Bank 
of America Building. 

EASTERLY, JOHN L, 1400 Jackson 
Street 

McCALL & EASTERLY. 1400 Jack- 
son Street 

BLUNGER, GEO. E., 1801 Caaterllne 
Road. 

THOMSON & EVANS, 1308 E 88th St 

EVANS. JOHN M., 1308 E. 3«th St 

FLORES. ERNEST. 2235 9th Avenua 

FOULKES, EDWARD T.. 857 12U 
Street 

FROBERG. ALBBN. 3454 Harlan St 

GEBHARDT. W. H., 486 Mandana 

GEERING. JOHNj HBNRY, 8914 
Raudolph Avehua 

GIBBS, W. ROLAND, 6144 Rock- 
ridge Blvd. Sou«i, 

GOSLINE. RICHARD C, 638 CaW- 
well Road. 

HUDSPETH. JOHN, 427 13th Street 

HUTCHISON. ROBT. A.. 1630 Web- 
ster Street 

JOHNSON. IRVIN M.. 449 MacAr- 
thur Blvd. West 

JOHNSON, HERBERT T. 4225 Greg- 
ory Street 

KEEPER. RAY F., 770 Wesley Arva 

KIRBY, DONALD BEACH, 409 15th 
Street 

KOUE, A. LEWIS, 428 Thirteenth St 

LUIS, MISS ROSE E., 811 6th St 

McCALL, CHAS. W., 1400 Jackson 
Street 

McCALL & EASTERLY, 1400 Jack- 
son Street. 

MILLER, CHESTER H, Financial 
Center Building. 

MILLER & WARNECKE, Financial 
Center Building. 

MORRISON, MILTON. 2016 9th Ava 

MORROW. GERTRUDE C, 6175 HiU- 
egass Avenue. 

MORROW. IRVING F., 6175 Hille- 
gass Avenua 

MULVIN. THOS. B., Bank of Amer- 
ica Qullding. 

NEWSOM. ARCHIE T.. 5951 Contra 
Costa Roaul. 

•OLSON, DAVID. 4051 Kuhnle Ava 

PONSFORD. KEITH E.. 1214 Web- 
ster Street 

PRICE. OSCAR M., 1214 Webster St 

REYNOLDS, MALCOLM D., 8883 
Piedmont Avenua 

REYNOLDS and CHAMBERLAIN, 
3833 Piedmont Avenue. 

SAWYER. HOUGHTON, 2058 Oak- 
land Avenua 

SCHALK. LOUIS. 5515 Market St 

SCHARY. HARRY A.. 409 15th St 

SCKIRMBR. WML SL. 1419 Broadway. 

SIMONDS, GBORGE P., 339 15th St. 

ANDERSON & SIMONDS. 339 15th 
Street. 

SLOCOMBE. FRANCIS H.. 1615 
Broadway. 

THOMSON. LAWRENCE G., 1308 E. 
38th Street 

TREICHBL. CHESTER H.. 606 Cleve- 
land St 

THOMSON & EVANS, 1308 E 38th St 

WARNECKE, CARL L, Financial 
Center Bldg. 

MILLER & WARNECKE, Financial 
Center Building. 

WILLIAMS, MORTON A., 5824 Ocean 
View. 

WILLIS, RAYMOND G., 1214 Web- 

WILLIAMS, MORTON A-. 6824 Ocean 
View Drive. 



DACK, BRUCE M, 2215 "G" Street 
DANIELS, W. K., 2640 3rd Avenua 
DEAN, CHARLES F.. 1407 California 

State Life Building. 
DeHAVEN. H. W., U75 Robertaon 

Way. 
DEVINE. HARRY J., 1012 J Street. 
DUDMAN. ARTHUR F., 1«00 44th St 
EICHLBR. ALFRE«D. 2717 Harkneaa 

Avenua 

FRANKLIN, CLIFFORD N., 1786 6th 

Avenua 
GILLEM. JAMES A., 4701 D S tr e et 
GOODPASTER, HBRBBRT SL. Mitao 

Building. 
HARRISON. FREDERICK &. tSU 

Del Paso Blvd. 
KOBLIK. WM, Insurance Bldg, 
LONG, W. J.. A209 -r* Street 
MANHART. W. HL, Rt 6. Box 8346. 
MURRAY. ROBERT D. Rt 9. Box 

106L 
POAGEl P. T.. 1610 12th Avenua 
SATTERLBE. IVAN C, California 

State Life Building. 
SKADLER. EUGEINB:, 2749 10th Ava 
SELLON. GEX). C, California State 

Life Building. 
STAFFORD. GORDON. Forum Blag. 
STARKS. LEONARD F.. 416 Native 

Sons' Building. 

SAN LEANDRO 
KERR, RALPH N., 308 Broadmoor 

Boulevard. 
MOWBRAY. MELTON V., Jr., 766 

Rodney Drtva \ 
ROSEBROOK, GITY L., 1300 Glen St 

SAN MATEO 



COLLINS. HENRY C, No. 6 Aragon 

Boulevard. 
EDWARDS, THOMAS M, 123 Elm 

Street 
LANSBURGH, G. ALBERT, 28 W. 

Fourth Avenua 
MILLER, E. JAY, 235 Third Avenue. 
TOEPKE, WM. H., 230 Chesterton PL 



SAN RAFAEL 
GROMME. CARL F.. 110 "B" Street 
LESSWING. SYLVESTER A., 17 

Hillcrest Drive. 
McDOUGALL. GEO. B.. 67 Bungalow 
Avenue. 

SANTA CRUZ 

DUCKERING. LYNN ROLLETT. 27 
Front Street 



Structural Engineers 



SAN FRANCISCO 



STORY. A. W.. 116 W. Second St 



Et CERRITO 



RIGGS, ROBERT. 568 Fail-mount. 



EUREKA 



ACKERMAN, NEWTON, 104 Wes* 

Fourth Street 
GEORGESON. F. T.. Box 55. 



FRESNO 



COATES. WM. D., Helm Building. 
'HORN, DAVID. Rowell Building. 
HYBERG, Wm. G., Rowell Building. 
SWARTZ & HYBERG, Rowell Bldg. 
LAKE. H. RAFAEL. Patterson Bldg. 
PETERSON. E. W.. Mason Building. 
POLLEY. RUDOLPH A.. Rowell Bldg. 
SWARTZ, FRED L. Rowell Bldg. 
SWARTZ & HYBERG, Rowell Bldg. 
WAGNER. WALTER, Bank of Amer- 
ica Building. 



ORINOA 



ANDERSON. JAMES H., Ne. 5 Via 
Hermosa. 

LITTLEJOHN, WAYNE A., 9 Mo- 
raga Highway. 

SISSON, RALPH C, 11 El Campa- 
nero. 

WHITE, RAYMOND L., 30 La Cin- 
tilla. 

WINTER, ALBERT H., 171 Laa Ve- 
gas Read. 

PALO ALTO 



CLAPwK, BIRGE M., 310 University 

Avenue. 
CLARK. DAVID B., 310 University 

Avenua 
NICHOLS, LESLIE I., 145 Addison. 
SAWYER, CHARLES, 155 Dana St 
STEDMAN. HENRY MORGAN, 666 

Kellogg Avenue. 
SUMNER, CHAS. K, 535 Fulton St. 



PEBBLE BEACH 



SANTA ROSA 
CAULKINS, a A., Jr., Rosenberg 

Building. 
FELCIANO, J. CLARENCE. 4010 

Montecito Avenua 



6AU8ALITO 

CONSTABLE. ARNOLD S., 95 Spen- 
cer Avenue. 

FAVILLE. WM. B., 35 Central Av». 

KBTT. CONRAD F. T» 76 Creolenta. 
Avenua 



SONOMA 
JORGBNSEN, VIRGIL W.. Route 1, 
Box 399. 



STOCKTON 

BISSELL. HOWARD G., 1225 West 
Acacia Street 

CLOWDSLEY. J. UPTON, 309 Ex- 
change Bldg. 

ERNST. ELMORE G., 501 E. Hard- 
ing Way. 

GALBRAITH. VICTOR, 834 West 
Willow Street 

JOHNSON, ERIC, 806 Exchange 
Building. 

MATO St JOHNSON, 306 Exchange 
Building. 

LOSEKANN, JOSEPH, 206 Elks Bldg 

MAYO, FRANK V., 306 Exchange 
Building. 

MAYO & JOHNSON, 306 Exchange 
Building. 

SALA. PETER L.. 2130 N. Commerce 
Street 



STANFORD UNIVERSITY 



WARD. EUGENE V., 627 SalvaUerra 
Street 



STINSON BEACH 



JENKINS. OltAN A, 



SUSANVILLE 
TAYLOR. RALPH D., 716 Court St 



VALLEJO 

FRENCH, EDW. R. Jr.. 39 Santa 

Paula Way. 
LATHAM. MILTON, 132 Farragut. 



WALNUT CREEK 

FORD, LEONARD H., 1350 Main St 
COMSTOCK, FLOYD B., RFD Na 1, 

Box 347R 
DEAN. MARSHALL, Colonial Inn, 

1829 Main St 



ADRIAN. W., 417 Market Street 
APPLEFORD. CARL W- 245 Market 
BARKER, RALPH. 63 Femwood Dr. 
BEEBEE. RALPH A^ 1261 41st Ava 
BLUME. JOHN A.. 68 Poet Street 
BOGVAD - CHRISTENSEN. VIL- 

HELM City HalL 
BREHTEI, W. W.. 375 SutUr Street 
BROWN. ARCHIBALD A^ 461 Mar- 

ket Sti^eet 
BRUNNIER, H. J., 612 Sharon Bldg. 
BUELL* RAYMOND O, Seoond Floor 

Call Braiding. 
BULLEN. ARTHUR C, 2 Pine Street 
BURGESS, E. O.. 1200 17th Street 
BUSH, PHILIP LEE. 101 CaiUorala. 

CHACB. THOMAS F., 368 Market St 

CHERNO hI., 245 Market Street 
CHEW, RICHARD SANDERS. 844-A 

MUls Building. 
CORWIN. T. J.. Jr., 245 Market St 
GOTTEN, SHEPARD M, 308 Eddy. 

DEGENKOLB, HENRY J., 406 Mont- 
gomery Street 
DE\S^LL. ROBERT D- 604 Mission. 
EARL, AUSTIN w.. 298 Sanaome St 
ELLISON ^W. H. 600 Sanaome St 
ENGLE. HAROLD MARSHALU UO 

Sutter Street 
FALK, MARK M.. 251 Keamy St 
FISHER, ALFRED P.. 300 Montgom- 
ery Street 
FISl|a:R, R. J., 826 Crocker ButViing. 

GIDDINGS, Wm. A., 417 Market St 
DONALD R WARREN Company 

417 Market Street 
GOULD, JOHN J., Flnancwil Center 

Building. 

HALL, FREDERIC F., 251 Keamy. 

HAMMILL, HAROLD B., 381 Bush. 

HANSON, ROBERT A., 19th and In- 
diana Streets. 

HARRIS, FREDERIC R., Ina, 1045 
Sansome Street 
California Street 

HASSENMILLER, WILFORD S.. 100 
Bush Street 

HAUN, GEORGE CLEVELAND. 580 
Market Street 

HAYES, JESSE E., 525 Market St 

HENRY, RODNEY WM., SheU Oil 
Building. 

HILL, GEORGE S., 86 Diamond St 

HJUL, JAMES H, 128 Russ Street 

HUBER, Earl Raymond, usfs. 

Phelan Building. 

HUBER, WALTER LeROY, 1 Mont- 
gomery Street 

IRVIN, LESLIE A., Fort Wlnfleld 
Scott 

JAKOBSEK, B. F., Balfour Building. 
JOHNSON, L L.. 417 Market Street 
DONALD R. WARREN Company, 
417 Market Street 

TOXILER, HOWARD L., 661 20th 

Avenu«t. 
KELLBERiG, F. W., 320 Market St 
KING, STANLEY C, 509 Sanaome St 
KNAPIK, EDWARD MATHIAS, 1826 

Crocker 1st National Bank Bldg. 
KRAFFT, ALFRED J.. Phelan Bldg. 

LEVY, EDWIN F., 727 17th Avenua 
LITTLE. JOHN GOULDINO, 2B1 
Keamy Street 

MARDEL. CHARLES M, 2335 Pacific 

Avenua 
MEYERHOLZ, R IVAN, 246 Market 

NISHKIAN, L. H.^ 1045 Sansome St 

PAQUETTE J. ALBERT. 820 Market 

Street 
PERKINS. MAC D.. 110 Sutter St 
PHILLEO, R. A., CEC Hq., 4th Air 

Force. 
POWERS, H. C, 612 Sharon Bldg. 
PREGNOFF. M. v.. 261 Keamy St 
RINNE, JOHN E.. 225 Bush Street 

ROSENTHAL HYMAN, 617 Mont- 
gomery Street. 

ROSENWALD. JESSE, 625 Market 

SAMPSON, RAPHAEL, 333 Mont- 
gomery Street. 

SAPH. A. v., Jr.. Rialto Bldg. 

SAUER, ARTHUR A.. 620% I St. 

SCttlELLENBERG. G. W.. 225 Bush. 

SEAGE. CI.A.RENCE E., 681 Market 
Street 

SJOBERG, HAROLD O.. 233 Sansome 
Street 

SKYTTE, Johannes, city Hau. 
SMITH, Harvey a., 712 Pacific 

Building. 
SMITH. JAS. M.. 251 Keamy Street 
SPITZER. FELIX K.. City HalL 
SQUIRE. HARRY EDWIN. 19 Ferry 

Building. 
STEELE. I. CLEVELAND, 245 Mar- 
ket Street 
SWAIN, CtARKSON. S20 Market St 



THAYER, EDWARD S.. 1208 Balfour 

Building. 
THEILL. KAJ, 580 Market Street 
THOMPSON. ISADORE. 58 Sutter. 
VENSANO, H. a. City HalL 

WASHINGTON. GEO.. 417 Market 
WHIPPLE, S. K., 225 Bush Street 
WHITE. FRANK G.. 18 Ferry Bldg. 
WOODRUFF. GLENN B.. 888 Mont- 
gomery Street 
WRIGHT. J. O.. 233 Sansome Street 



OAKLAND 



ANDERSON, ARTHUR W., 1801 Bank 

of America Bldg. 
BASTOW. J. G., Grove Street Pier. 
COOLEY. R H., 354 Hobart Street 
CORLETT. WILL G., 1801 Bank of 

America Building. 
COTTERILL, GEO. W^ 5854 Lawton 

Avenua 
DALTON, ROBT. DOCK, 1630 Web- 
ster Street 
DETWELL, ROBERT D., 6231 Contra 

Costa Road. 
ELLERY. N. B., 2134 Coloma Street 
GUPTILL, JOSEPH R, 6636 McAn- 

drews Drive. 
HANSEN. CHARLES. Grove St Pier. 
KENNEDY, ROBT. CHAS., 612 16tk 

Street 
KITCHEL, MILTON P., CUy HalL 
LYMAN. RICHARD F.. Jr.. 6603 

Chabot Road. 
MANOV. MATEO M., 337 17th Street 
NEVIUS. SEARLE B.. 184 13th St 
O'NEIL. HUGH M.. 363 17th Street 
PLANT. FRANCIS B.. 858 Alma Ava 
SANDNER. VICTOR R. c/o Moore 

Dr>'dock Company. 
SAWYEFL FRANK L. 1025 2nd Ava 
SCHIRMER, HOWARD A.. 1444 14th 

Street 
SLY. CLARENCE JEFFERSON, 638 

Miranda Street 
THURSTON. EUGENE T.. 869 Rose- 
mount Road. 
WARREN. DONALD R. 417 Market 
DONALD R. WARREN Company, 

417 Market Street 
WHITTON, CHAS. A.. 1025 2nd Ava 
WILLIAMSON, H. P.. 3589 Fruttvale 
Avenua 

EL CERRITO 

NELIDOV, rVAN M., UOi OMtra 

Costa Drive. 

WASHINGTON, D. C 



LOTZ. WM D.. Bureau of Yarde and 
Docka 



WALNUT CREEK, CALIF. 



McKEE, GEORGE T., Saranapi 



LOS ALTOS 



NORDWELL, ALFRED W, Ben 21S. 



ROSS 



NORDWELL. ALFRBH) W., 
ZOLLNER, CARL W.. P O. 



218. 
815. 



WOODLAND 
PROCTOR, ASA G.. P. O. 



887. 



SAN AN8ELMO 



HJORT. SIG«E L, Box S6L 



SACRAMENTO 



No. California County and City Engineers 



HAVWARO 



ALAMEDA 



ASHCROFT. G. B.. 
Avenua 

CORNELIUS. W. ALBERT. S24 
Grand Avwiue. 

HASS, ANDREW T.. 1711 Paknera 
Court 

HEWETSON. ANGELO. 1166 Ver- 
sailles Avenua 

MEYERS. MILDRED S.. 2021 Ala- 
meda Street 



SIMONDS. GEORGE P.. 40 Mala St 



STANTON, ROBERT, Crespl Lane, 



PIEDMONT 



HILLSBOROUGH 



BATES. RICHARD M., Jr., 950 Bai- 

leyana. 
ROWE. WM. HBNRY. 1636 Lancas- 
ter Read. 



LAFAYETTE 



COLEMAN. N. L., Middle Road, Hid- 
den Valley. 
EVANS, ROBBDtT J.. Bex 684. 



LATIKSPUR 



•STONBR, HAROLD O., 
Vlata ATa 



71 



LOS ALTOS 



GENTRY, LAWRENCE W., Main St 



LOS QAT06 



R(7DT, CHESTER Blossom RUl BO. 
KBNSrr, HENRY DAVID. Poet Of- 
fice Bldg. 



ALBANY 



DeMONTB. LOUIS A., 618 
Avenue. 



ALDERPOINT 



HIGBIE, HOWARD W. 



ATHERTON 



JANSSEN, ARTHUR D, 58 Austin 
Avenue. 



BAKER8FIELD 



BIGGAR CHAS. H., 730 Holtby Rd. 
CULLIMORE. C. C, 10 Oleander Ave 
WYNKOOP, FRANK. Haberfelde 

Building. 



MENLO PARK 



FENNACY. JOHN E., 715 College 

Avenua 
HEMPEL, WM F., 380 Felton Drive. 
aroUNG, JOHN D. N. Lemon Ava 



BURNETT. HOWARD E., 62 Manor 

Drive. 
CHAPMAN. FREDERICK A.. 86 

Wildwood Avenua 
FARR, ALBERT, 339 ^n Carlos Ave 
MAYHEW, CLARENCE W., 880 

Hampton Street. 
MILWAIN, W. E., 1503 Oakland Ava 
NEWSOM, NOBLE, 2688 Oakland 

Avenua 



REDWOOD CITY 



LARSEN, ALBERT H. 80 Finger 

Avenue. 



ROSS 



WINNER, a H., Werdaworth Ava 



ALAMEDA, Carl Froerer. 
ALAMEDA CO., Wallace E. Boggs. 
ALBANY. U. R Grey. 
ANTIOCH, John S. Bates. 
ARCATA, Hal C. Acheeon. 
ATHERTON, James S. James. 
ATWATER. W. E. Bedesen. 

BAKERSFIELD. Joseph Holfelder. 
BELMONT. Robert Klaseen. 
BENICIA, Phil R Jones. 
BBIRKELEY, Harry Goodrtdga 
BURLINGAME, Cecil L. Longson. 
BUTTE COUNTY, Bert Paxton. 

CALAVERAS CO., OUver C. Wyllie. 
CALISTOGA, Clyde C. Kennedy. 
CHICO. FVank Robinson. 
CLOVIS. A. Segel. 
CONCORD. John S. Bates. 
CONTRA COSTA CO.. J. W. Berkley. 

DALY CITY. Robert Klassen. 
DAVIS. Alexander M. McKinnon. 
DEL NORTE CO.. H. M Malpas. 
DOS PALOS. W. K Bedesen. 

EL CERRITO. R. R RandalL 
'EMERYVILLE, Geo. T. OUver. 



SAN CARLOS 



YOUNGER, ROBERT C, 626 El Ca- 
mino ReaL 



SALINAS 



BUTNER, CHAS. E.. 7 Wtoham St 



SAN JOSE 



MILL VALLEY 



BERTENSHAW, JAS. W.. 420 Molmo 

Avenue. 

LAMB. ARTHUR H.. 269 Oakdale 

Avenua 



MODESTO 



De LAPPE. RUSSELL GUBRNB. 

1901 Downey Street 
HILBURN, GBORGE N.. 12U K 8t 

MONTEREY 
RYLAND, C. J., P. O. Box 847. 



BINDER. WILLIAM, 35 W. San Car- 
los Street 
CURTIS, E. N.. 35 W. San Carlos St 
HIGGINS. WM. L.. 84 S. First St 
JAEKLE, DONNELL E., Builders' 

Ebcchange Bldg. 
KRESS. EDWARD W.. 615 First Na- 
tional Bank Building. 

Mckenzie, chas s., 22 s 7th st 

ROOT, CHESTER, 84 S. Fhrst St 
SOBEY. GIFFORD E 69 S. First St 
WYCKOFF, RALPH, Anglo Bank 
Building. 



EUREKA, Geo. SI Winxler 
EIXETER, Irvln M Althousa 

FAIRFIELD, John Bumham. 
FRESNO COUNTY, A. J. Nielsen. 

GILROY, W. J. Hanna 

HANFORD, Walter K Hopkhis. 
HAYWARD, J. A. MancinL 



SACRAMENTO 



ADAMS. ELLIOT J.. 1158 SwaneUm 

Driva 
ASHCROFT. G. B 141f 18th Street 
BARTGES. W. K.. 418 25th Street 
BAROVETTO, S. LOUIS, 620% I St 
BOYD. ANSON. 2601 14th Street 
I CUFF. CLARENCE C, 1315 Q St 



KERN COUNTY. J. R Thornton. 
KING CITY. H. F. Coizens. 
KINGS COUNTY. J. H Hayea 

LIVERMORE. C. G. Clarka 
LIVINGSTON, W. E. Bedesen. 
LODI. Clinton Kenning. 
LOS BANCS, W. E. Bedesen. 
LOS GATOS, L. Cedric Macabea 

MANTECA. John S. Bates- 
MARIN COUNTY. C. P. Clow. 
MARTINEZ, Frank B. Sariea 
MARYSVILLE. F. H. Dlwer, Jr. 
MENLO PARK. Edwin Smith. 
MERCED, G. E. Winton. 
MERCED CO.. W. E. Badesen. 
MILL VALLEY. Al Siemer. 
MODE6TO, Frank J. RoasL 
MONTEREY, Howard Severanca 
MONTEREY CO.. H F. Coeaeaa 
MOUNTAIN VIEW. M. C. Chriaten- 

sen. 
NAPA, H A. Harrold. 
NAPA COUNTY. E. P. BaM. 



OAKLAND. Walter N. FricksUd. 
OROVILLB. S. J. Norris. 

PACIFIC GROVE. Alfred D. Coons. 
PALO ALTO. Fabian S. Miller. 
PASO RORLES, Hal Johnson. 
PETALUMA. S. Gonzales. 
PINOLE. Ross Calfea 
PITTSBURG, E. L O'Hara. 
PLACER COUNTY. John A. Shields. 
PLUMAS COUNTY, A. J. Wataona. 
PORTERVJLLE, Irvln H Althousa 

REDDING. A. H. Roes. 
REDWOOD CITY. R A. Klassen. 
RICHMOND. B. A. Hoffman. 

SACRAMENTO. Fred J Klaus. 
SACRAMENTO. E. A. Falrbaim. 
SALINAS, Donald Davles. 
SAN BRUNO. C. L. White 
SAN CARIX)S. R A. Klassen. 
SAN FRANCISCO. R G. Wadsworth. 
SAN JOAQUIN CO.. J. B. Manthey. 
SAN JOSE, Harold J. Flannery. 
SAN LEANDRO, Chas. P. Martin. 
SAN MATEO. Harold Porter. 
SAN MAT150 CO., M A. Grant 
SAN RAFAEL. Raymond A. Boege. 
SANTA CL*ARA, Edgar C. Sohott 
eSANTA CLARA CO.. R D. Chandler. 
SANTA CRUZ. Robert Jennings. 
'SANTA cRUZ CO., A. B. BaMvin. 
'SANTA ROSA, Walter F. Adama 
SHASTA COUNTY, Ernest Breunlng 
KEBASTOPOL, Walt Adama 
SISKIYTU COUNTY. A. F. Pa*rott 
SOLANO COUNTY, J. R Bumham. 
SONOMA CO., Marshall M Wallaoa 
SONORA. !B. H. Maynard. 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Charles 
T. BroUghton. 

STANISLAUS CO., G. D. Macomber. 
(STOCKTON, Lyle Payton. 
SUISUN, F. A. Steiger. 
SUNNYVALE, H. N. Bishop. 
SUSANVIIULE, M J. TlUey. 
SUTTER CO.. Eklward Von Geldem. 
TEHAMA CO.. Chaa A. Lunlng. 

TRACY. John S. Bates. 
TULARE. John Boardmen. 

TULARB CO.. T. Wajme Switxer 

TURLOCK, Don Davis. 

TULARE, John Boardman. 

VALLEJO, T. D. KUkenner. 
VISALIA, Norman A. Huth. 

WILLOWS. R D. Thomas. 
WOODLAN D. A aa G. Proctor. 
YOLO COtTNTY. Henry Van Deratea 

YREKA, Howard O'Connor. 



AEPPLI, ERNEST. Rta 9. BoK 
BROWNFIELD. ALLEN K, WtK V 

Street 
BUEHLER, WALTER A., 841S LaB« 

Park Driva 
ENGER ARTHUR L., PubMc Werka 

Building. 
EWING. M. A.. 1136 "N" Street 
FRANCIS, ERNEST D . 1610 J St. 
HOLLISTER. LEONARD C. State 

Bridge Department 
HUTCHINSON, RALPH W„ PakUe 

Works Building. 
ILLERICH, OTTOMAR THEODORE, 

Public Works Building. 
JOHNSON. FRANK A.. PtAUe Werka 

Building. 
KROMER, CLARENCE HBBBBRT, 

Wright Building. 
LONG, WALTER J., Department of 

Public Works. 
McGINNESS. ARTHUR R. Old Post 

Office Building. 
MEEHAN. ANDREW J.. 2540 Fifth 

Avenue. 
PANHORST. F. W., P. O. Box 1409. 
PETERSEN, WM. HARTMAN, Pub- 
lic Works Building. 
PURCHT^L, CHARLES H.. 210 Public 

Works Building. 
REYNOLDS. FRANK HOWARD. 006 

Forum Building. 
ROWE. R ROBINSON. 339 Publie 

Works Building. 
SHIELDS, JAMES RALPH. 205 City 

Han. 
STOVER. HARVEY D.. 327 Public 

Works Building. 
WALKER, ARTHUR V., 1660 "W St 
WILLETT. ALBERT B., 768 85th St 
WILLETT. D. C. Public Works BMg. 



ALAMEDA 



ASHCROFT, GLEN B., 1826 Alameda 

Avenue. 
GORMAN, SIDNEY S.. 2608 Webster 

Street. 
GRBBN, FRBDERICK M. OCT San 

Antonio Avenue. 

HESS, C. W.. 1242 Hawthorne Staeet 



BERKELEY 



E.. 



Unlvartrlty 



igt- 



DAVIS. RAYMOND 

of California 
DERLETH. CHARLES Jr.. 218 

neering Bldg.. U. of C. 
JAMEYSON. BRUCB. C. B. Bldg.. U. 

of C. Campus. 
JENNINGS. GEORGE H., 1716 Boena 

Avenua 
SEAGE, CLARENCE E., Jr 

Broadway Terrace. 
WIELAND. CHAS. F. 

Read. 

STOCKTON 

BAMBERGER, SIDNEY F.. P. a 

Box 1848. 
GULICK CHaiS. W., College ef tke 

Padfla 



SAN MATEO 

BBRTWELI.S WILLIAM. 6i5 Cohim- 

bia Driva 
COX, HARRY A.. 216 Elm Street 



PIEDMONT 



BROWN. ULYSSES G, 32 Altwr Dr. 
COLLINS. MERTON C. 82 Fktrvlew 
Avenua 



FORT BAKER 



3ELL. CHARLES LAMBERT. 



^ 



PALO ALTO 



GILL . G. F. 836 Forrest Avmua 
WELLS. JAS. BBRTRAND. 846 Lflft- 

t on Avenua * 

WING. CHAS. B., 846 Umcela Ar%. 



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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1946 



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DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



PA«fi7 



ADVANCE GOMSTIIOCTIOM BEPORTS 



Bid Opening Schedule 



Bid Opening Date 



Project LocatloiT of Project Noted In IMU* 



BUILDING PROJECTS 



4- »— 4 :00 P.M.— Store 

4- 5—11 A.M.— Painting 

4- &— 11 A.M.— Courthouse 

4- »— 8 :00 P.M., Cottage 

4- 8 — Truck Terminal 

4- 9—10 A.M.— Radio Range Sta 

4- !►— 2 :00 P.M— Dismantling 

4-l(^— 2 P.M.— Window Guards 

4-10— 2 P.M.— Elevator Cables 

4-10— 2 P.M.— Entrance Switch 

4-10— —Office 

4-10— 2 KM) P.M.— Directory Boards 

4-11— 8:00 P.M.— Maintenance Bldg. 

4-11—11:00 A.M.— Medical Building 

4-12—11 A.M.— Power House 

4-12— —Office 

4-12 — 2 P.M.— Hoi>8ing Units 

4-12— 11:00 A.M.— Memorial Stadium ..vc*...^, ,,^ 

4-15— 8 :00 P.M.— Public Works Bldg.Burlingame 

4-16— 1 :00 P.M.— Administrative Building. Montebello 

4-16— 11:00 A.M— Signal Tower San Diego 

4-17— 2:30P.M— Roof Repairs 

4-17— 2 :00 P.M.— Elevator Cables 

4-17— 2 :30 P.M.— Lighting 

4-17— 2 :30 P.M.— Painting 

4-18 — 10 :00 A.M. — Residences 

4-18— 2 .00 P.M.— Tile Floor 

4-1&— 7 :30 P.M.— School Building 

4-24— 2 :00 P.M.— Hoistway Doors 

4-24 — 2 :00 P.M.— Elevator Doors 

4-15 — 10 A.M.— Dam Project 

4-23— 10 A.M.— Office Bldg. 

5- 6— 2 :00 P.M.— Assembly and DetMinidoka Project, Idaho 

4-25 — 2 :00 P.M.— Drainage Piping Port Angeles, Wash. 

4-25— 8:00 P.M.— Remodel Cafeteria Fresno 

4-26 — — Department Store Seattle, Wash. 

4-29—10 A.M.— Detention Home 

4-2»— 2 :00 P.M.— Painting 

5- 1— 2 :00 P.M.— Heating Boiler 

5- 2— 2:00 P.M.— Painting 

5- 3— 2 :00 P.M.— Heating Boiler 

5- 6— 2 :00 P.M.— Painting 



Sacramento 

San Diego 

San Rafael 

Benicia 

Sacramento 

San Diego 

Oakland 

Sacramento 

Oakland 

Oakland 

Richmond 

San Francisco 

Kentf ield 

Berkeley 

Fort Peck, Mont. 

Richmond 

Pullman, Wash. 

Seattle. Wash. 



San Francisco 

San Francisco 

San Francisco 

San- Francisco 

Minidoka Project, Idaho 

Portland, Ore. 

Palo Alto 

Prescott, Ariz. 

Yakima, Wash. 

Arizona-Nevada 

Burley, Idaho 



Sacramento 
Burley, Idaho 
Willows 
Bend, Ore. 
Roseburg, Ore. 
Roseburg, Ore. 



4- 1 

3-27 

3-27 

3-25 

4- 4 

3-26 

8-28 

3-22 

3-22 

3-22 

3-22 

4- 3 

4- 1 

4- 1 

3-22 

3-25 

3-29 

4- 2 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

3-18 

4- 2 

4- 2 

3-18 

8-18 

3-25 

3-27 

4- 2 

4- 3 

4- 3 

4- 3 

3-29 

4- 3 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 



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3 

4 
3 

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22-26 — RESIDENTIAL 

BUILDINGS 

4/5/46 25 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

COMPLETED 

REMODEL RESIDENCE 

Estimated Cost $7000 

BERKELEY. Alameda County, Calif- 
La Loma Ave. 

Convert residence Into two apart- 
ments. 

Owner — Withheld. 

Architect— John Hudspeth, 427 13th 
St., Oakland. 
The owner is now taking bids, c/o 

architect. 



33— BRIDGES 



of dikes 1, 2 and 4, on which work j ommending the adoption and con- 
was stopped by the War Production struction by the United Sttates of a 
Board in October. 1942. flood control dam and batfln at the 

The principal items of work and Whitlow Ranch site on Qu^n Creek, 
the estimated quantities Involved are located about five miles northeast of 



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ENGINEERING PROJECTS 



4- 5— 11 A.M.— Highway 

4- 5— 10 A.M.— Dam 

4- 5— 10 A.M.— RoAd 

4- 8—1:30 P.M.— Watervvorks 

4- 8— 10:00 A.M— Canal 

4- 8 —2 P.M.— Paddock Fencing 

4- 8— 10 A.M.— Bridge 

4- 8— 10 A.M.— Relief Wells 

4- 8— 1 P.M.— Switching Station 

4- 8— 10:00 A.M.— Airway 

4- 8—10 :00 A.M.— Airway 

4-8—2 P.M.— Causeway 

4- 9—10 A.M.— Excavating 

4- 9—11 A.M.— Restor. of Site 

4-9—1 P.M.— Culvert 

4-9—2 P.M.— Bars 

4- 9 — 10 A.M.— Transformers 

4- 9—11 :0O A.M— Dam 

4- 9—10 :00 A.M.— Distribution Line 

4- 9— 2 P.M.— Gra.ssing 

4- 6— 10:00 A.M. —Dredging 

3-9—3 P.M.— Water Mains 

4- 9— 2 :00 P.M.— Irrigation 

4-9— 5:00 P.M. — Levees 

4-10— 2 P.M.— Bridge 

4-10—10 :00 A.M.— Earthwork 

4-10— 2:15 P.M.— Highway 

4-10—1 :30 P.M.— Highway 

4-10—7:30 P.M.— Floodlight Field 

4-10—10 :00 A.M.— Earthwork 

4-10—10 :00 A.M.— Excavating 

4-10— 2:00 P.M.— Highway 



Santa Cruz Co., Ariz. 

Boise Project, Idaho 

Otero County, N. M. 

Lower Lake 

Central Valley Project 

San Francisco 

Marin County 

Fort Peck, Mont. 

Muroc 

Needles, Ariz. 

Needles, Ariz. 

Richmond 

Colorado-Big Thompson 

Eureka 

Oakland 

Odalr, Wash. 

El Centro 

Caddoa, Colo. 

The Dalles, Ore. 

San Bruno 

San Diego 

San Francisco 

San Fernando 

Moss Landing 

Emery, Utah 

Central Valley Project 

Humboldt County 

Lvon Co., Nev. 

Red Bluff 

Central Valley Project 

Los Angeles 

Kern County 



ProJ. 



4-10— 2:00 P.M.— Highway Grading Kern County 



4-10— 2:00 P.M.— Highway 

4-10— 10 :00 AM —Earthwork 

4-10— 2 :00 P.M.— Bridge 

4-10— 2 :00 P.M.— Surfacing 

4-10— 2 :00 P.M.— Surfacing 

4-10— 2:00 P.M.— Reinforcing Base 

4-10—10 A.M.— Earthwork 

4-11— 8 P.M.— Pipe 

4-11— 2 :00 P.M.— Highway 

4-12— 5 P.M.— Street 

4-12— 2 :00 P.M.— Highways 

4-12- 2:00 P.M.— Bridge 

4-12 — 2 :00 P.M.— Roadbeds 

4-12— 2 :00 P.M— Surfaced Road 

4-15—10 A.M.— Earthwork 

4-15—11 :00 A.M.— Bridge 

4-15—10 A.M.— Dam 

4-15 — 11 A.M. — Transmission Line 

4-15— 3 P.M.— Landing System 

4-15—10 A.M.— Earthwork 

4-16 — 10 A.M. — Avenues 

4-16—10 :00 A.M— Canal 

4-16—10 A.M.— Earthwork 

4-16 — 2 P.M. — Levee Constr. 

4-16—10 .00 A.M.— Grading 

4-16—10.00 A.M.— Grading 

4-16—10:00 A.M.— Grading 

4. IS— 10 :00 A.M.— Grading 

4-16 — 3 :00 P.M.— Airport 

4-10— 2:00 P.M— Pipe Storm Drain 
2 :30 P.M.— Improve Streets 
8 :00 P.M.— Water Distribution 



4-17— 

4-17— 

4-17— 2 :00 P.M.— Tug Boat 

4-17-10 A.M.— Reservoir 

4-17 — 2 P.M.— Highway 

4-17 — 2 P.M. — Concrete Headwall 

4-17— 2 P.M. — Rockwall and Fill 

4-17— 2 :30 P.M —Streets 

4-18— 2 P.M —Highways 

4-l»— 10 :00 A.M.— Canal 

4-18— 2 :00 P.M.— Bridges 

4-18— 2:00 P.M. — Salvage 

4.19—10 :00 A.M.— Piers 

4.19_ 5:00 P.M. — Street 

4.19— 5 KX) P.M.— Curb 

4-19^- 5 :00 P.M.— Alley 

4-22—11 :00 A.M.— Piers 

4-23—11 :00 A.M.— Sewerage System 

4-23— 2 :00 P.M.— Excavation 

4-23— 2 :00 P.M.— Traffic Deflector 

4-24 — 2 P.M. — Tanks 

4.24— 2 :00 P.M.— Surfacing 

4-25— 2 :00 P.M.— Bridge 

4-25— 3 :00 P.M.— Hatchery 

4-25— 2 :00 P.M— Dredging 

4-25— 2:00 P.M. — Surfacing 

4-25— 2 :00 P.M.— Surfacing 

4.26 — — Dam 



Kern County 

Klamath Project, Ore. -Calif. 
Contra Costa County 
Lassen County 
Siskiyou County 
Humboldt County 
Central Valley Project 
Hillsborough 
San Diego County 
Sacramento 
Idaho 
Utah 

Bear Lake County, Idaho 
Utah 

Altus Project. Okla. 
Contra Costa County 
Fort Peck, Mont. 
Kern County 
Billings, Mont. 
Boulder Canyon Project 
Los Angeles County 
Balmorhea Project, Texas 
Tiicumcari Proj., N. M. 
Sacramento 
Cowlitz County, Wash. 
Chelan County, Wash. 
Skagit County. Wash. 
WTiitman County, Wash. 
San Francisco 
Dunsmuir 
San Francisco 
System Sharp Park 
San Francisco 
Boise Project, Idaho 
Siskiyou County 
San Francisco 
San Francisco 
San Francisco 
Los Angeles 
Central Valley Project 
San Diego County 
Near Vallejo 
Tongue Point, Ore. 
Sacramento 
Sacramento 
Sacramento 
Bremerton, Wash., 
Coco Solito 
Plumas County 
Kern County 
Modesto 

Humboldt County 
Placer County 
Sequim, Wash. 
Sulsun 

Riverside County 
Orange County 
Colorado Project, Colorado 



3-27 
3-22 
3-25 
3-22 
3-18 
3-25 

3-27 
3-27 
8-13 
3-14 
3-29 
3-29 
3-27 
3-27 
3-27 
4-25 

3- 5 
8-20 
3-26 
S-28 
3-29 

4- 2 

4- 2 
3-29 
3-28 
3-28 
3-27 
3-27 
3-20 

5- 6 
3-12 
3-13 
3-14 
8-15 
3-19 
3-19 
3-19 
3-19 
3-26 
3-26 
3-12 
3-27 
4- 2 
4- 8 
4- 3 
4- 3 
3-27 
3-21 
3-25 
3-26 
3-26 
3-29 
3-26 
3-18 
3-22 
3-27 
4- 3 



3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
3 



4- 
4- 
4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

3-20 

3-25 

3-26 

3-29 

3-29 

4- 1 

3-26 

3-18 

3-19 

4- 3 

4- 1 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
4 



4-20—10 :00 A.M.— Transmission Lines Missouri Basin Project, Wyo 



4-2^—10:00 A.M— Pumping Plant 
4-30—10:00 A.M.— Earthwork 

5- 1— 2 :00 P.M— Bridges 

6- O— 10:00 A.M.— Reservoir 
5-10— 10:00 A.M.— Pumping Plant 



Boise Project, Idaho 

Columbia Basin Project, Wash. 

Lake County 

Colorado-Big Thompson Proj. 

Colorado 



4- 
4- 
4- 
4- 
4- 
4- 
4- 
3-29 
4- 2 
4- 4 
4- 1 
8-19 
4- 2 
4- 2 
3-28 
4- 1 
4- 4 
4- 2 
4- 2 
4- 4 
4- 4 



SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT 



2:00 RM. — ^Telephone Line Puses San Francisco 



4-^—2 P.M —Piles 

4- 5 — 2 P.M. — Concrete Bars 

4- 5— 5 P.M.— Hydrants 

4- 5 — 3 P.M. — Floor Grinder 

4- 9—3 P.M. — Dump Trucks 

4- 5— 2 :00 P.M.— Inlet Covers 

4-15— 2:00 P.M.— Steel Siding 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4 



Odair, Wash. 
Blair, Okla. 
Sacramento 
San Francisco 
Los Gates 
San Francisco 
Columbia Falls, 



Montana 



8— 
8— 
8— 
»— 
8— 
8— 
9— 
9 — 



3 — 10 :00 A.M. — Generators 
8 — 2 P.M. — Screw Jack 
8— 2 P.M.— Elec. Equip. 

8— 2 P.M.— Cedar 

2 P.M.— Relnf. Bars 
3 .00 P.M.— Water Meter* 

3 P.M. — Spruce 
2:00 P.M — Truck Crane 

— Truck . 
2 :00 P.M.— Distributors 
2 :00 P.M.— Cedar 
2:00 P.M. — Glass Blocks 
O— 2 K)0 P.M — Relnf orclng Bars 

9— 2 P.M.— Steam Boiler 
9— 2 :00 P.M.— Gates 
9 — 1 P.M. — Kerosene 
0— 2 P.M.— Cedar 
9 — 8 P.M. — Coaches 
9 — — Brooms 

4-10—10 :00 A.M.— Bell 

4-10 — 2 P.M. — Crystals 

4-10— 2 :00 P.M.— Cedar 

4-10— 2 :00 P.M.— Cedar 

4-10— 2 :00 P.M.— Cedar 

4-10 — 2:00 PM. — Elevator 

4-10—10 A-M. — Sand 

4-10- 2 P.M —Mats 

4-10— 2 P.M.— Oil Circuit Breaker 

4-10— 2 :00 P.M.— Gasoline Ehiglne 

4.IO— — Tractor 

4-10- 2 KX) P.M.— Twin Strainer 

4-10 — 6 :00 P.M. — Automobile 

4.U_ — Portable Roller 

4-11— f :00 P.M.— Circuit Breaker 



Central Valley Project 

San Francisco 

Parker Dam Project 

Casper, Wyo. 

Odair, Wash. 

Ssm Francisco 

San Francisco 

Tehama County 

Sacramento 

San Luis Obispo 

Emmett. Idaho 

Odalr. Wash. 

Odair, Wash. 

Sharp Park 

Central Valley Project 

Oakland 

Louise, Ariz. 

Yolo County * 

Sacramento 

Vallejo 

San Francisco 

Yakima, Wash. 

Cody, Wyo. 

Columbia Falls, Mont 

Grand Coulee Dam, Wash. 

Yakima, Wash. 

San Francisco 

Parker Dam Proj., Arts. 

San Francisco 

Sacramento 

Central Valley Project 

Roseville 

Sacramento 

Colorado-Big Thompson Proj. 



31-32^WATER SUPPLY & 
PLANTS 

1 4/5/46 •• 81 

LOW BIDDERS 

GRAND COULEE, Wash.— The fol- 
lowing submitted low bids to the town 
of Grand Coulee, Blanche W. Keyes, 
town clerk. Town Hall, Grand Coulee, 
for construction of water system im- 
provements. 

Plans by Civil Engineers Parker & 
Hill, 2021 Smith Tower, Seattle. 

Goodfellow Bros., Inc., Ferry and 
Mission, Wenatchee, $74,368, pipeline. 

Roy L. Bair, W. 1220 Ide Ave., Spo- 
kane, tank and shaft, $86,100. 

M. P. Munter, Vance Bldg., Seattle, 
complete system, $174,422.80. 

4/5/46 32 

PLANNED 

SAN DIEGO, San Diego Co., Calif. 
— City Manager Fred A. Rhodes, City 
Hall, San Diego, has announced that 
13,764,000 will be spent by the city, 
sharing costs equally with the state, 
for enlarging the sewage treatment 
plant and for constructing additional 
sewer lines in San Diego. The plan 
calls for spending $1,200,000 on the 
sewage treatment plant near the 
Naval Repair Base; $650,000 for a 
sewer line serving La Jolla, Morena 
and Pacific Beach ; $440,000 for a Mis- 
sion Valley trunk line from State 
College to Taylor St., in Old San 
Diego; $100,000 to be spent for work 
along the bay front, and smaller 
amounts for urgent small projects. 

4/5/46 32 

PLANNED 

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.— Sidney 
L. Lowry, sanitation engineer for 
Orange County, has reported that a 
sanitary disposal system for the Or- 
ange County rural areas could be 
constructed for approximately $750,- 
000. The project would include addi- 
tions to the treatment plant to pro- 
vide for handling additional effluent 
The estimated cost is predicated upon 
po.ssibility that a main lateral would 
be installed which would ultimately 
tie to the Orange County joini outfall 
.sewer system's treatment plant and 
use the marine disposal line. 



4/5/46 38 

BID REJECTED 

EMERY COUNTY, Utah.— The 
State Road Commission of Utah, 
State Capitol. .Salt Lake City, Utah, 
has rejected the low bid received 
February 27, and a new bid call will 
be issued soon, for the construction 
of a concrete and steel bridge in 
Emery County, being that section of 
S. R. 10 south of Ferron, over Ferron 
Creek, Project F-4 (13), a total dis- 
tance of 0.029 mile. As prevoiusly re- 
ported. Whiting & Haymond, Spring- 
ville. Utah, submitted the low bid at 
$34,272.35. 

4/5/46 88 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

KLICKITAT COUNTY, Wash. — 
Co-x Bros., 4127 N. Madison St, Spo- 
kane, Wash., at $171,331.50, awarded 
contract by the Public Roads Admin- 
i.stration, 808 Bedell Bldfi., Portland, 
Ore., for the construction of a con- 
tinuous 110-ft remforced concrete, 
3 -.span bridge over Trout Creek and 
grading 0.116 mile along Mt. Adams 
Highway in the Columbia National 
Forest. Klickitat County, Southwest- 
em Washington ; Wash. 17-B3. 

4/5/46 38 

PLANS APPROVED 

TACOMA, Wash. — The Washington 
State Toll Bridge Authority has ap- 
proved plans for a $8,500,000 Tacoma 
Narrows bridge to replace the 2800-ft 
suspension span which collapsed in 
1940 



as follows . 

(1) diversion amd care of river dur- 
ing construction and unwater- 
Ing foundations; 

(2) 200,000 c.y. excav., stripping l>or- 
row pits ; 

(3) 35,000 c.y. common excav. for 
temporary diversion channel; 

(4) 2000 c.y. rock excav. for do; 

(5) 135 c.y. rock excav. in open cut 
for outlet works; 

(6) 15 c.y. rock excav. for elevator 
shaft drainage: 

(7) 260,000 c.y. common excav. for 
foundation of dam ; 

(8) 15.000 c.y. rock do; 

(9) 1000 c.y. all classes excav. in 
open cut for fault and seam 
cut-offs ; 

(10) 70,000 c.y. all classes excav. for 
foundation of dike No. 3 ; 

(11) 1000 c.v. all classes excav. for 



Florence Junction. The dana would bo 
a concrete gravity structure about 130 
feet high above 8treamt>ed, At spill- 
way level, 102 feet above sitreambed, 
the reservoir would provide 7000 acre 
feet of capacity for silt storage and 



MANUFACTURERS' 
LITERATURE 



METAL TRIMS ^^ ._ 

B & T Metal Trims: Chromedge. 



feet of capacity for silt storage ana tl "T* ^.v' r-lii^mt^HirP line of nos- 
17.000 acre feet for floor tegulaUon. Part of the ^^^^f^^-^f^^ ^1.^ 
The project would afford protection ings, edginjTS and bmamgrs, cap 
to an area of about 84,000 acres of trims and corner coves, cove Dase 
agricultural land, of which about 59,- txims, color insert trims, wallDoara 
000 acres are irrigated. Operation of ! trims, frames, Stair treads, etc. 
the flood-control project *irould re- Pataloe numbers and specifications, 
duce flood flows to nonidamaging _ » .,, R & T Metals Co., 

magnitudes and would Mrease the ^ PP-« "'"°- ^.^ . 
recharge of the undergroiknd water , Columbus 16, Ohio, 
basin. The estimated fir^ cost to | „^p.p., q 
the United States of the improve- ; MUUEjL.s w^»i= «f 
ment. based on prewar pritees. Is $1,- I Study Models ot 
645,000. Additional information avail- Available Toaay. A 



the Future 

brochure il- 



645,000. Aaaiuonai miormawon «ivuii- .^vaiiavc .^-^. -- ,- . . 

able from the above office, from the . lustrating plastic models maae lor 
_*.c:__ _» »w_ ▼%;_*_!-♦ tr^n.v.nnor rui \ J --*_„»;..^.> nt^A ol-iirl'v ■niimoses. 



office of the District Engineer, 751 
S. Figueroa St, Los AngSles, or at 



footings of cone, cut-off walls ; the office of O. C. Williams, state 



common excav. for 



34__DAMS, RESERVOIRS & 
DREDGING 



34 



4/5/46 
RECOMMENDED 

SACRAMENTO, Calif.— The State 
Department of .Public Works, Sacra- 
mento, has recommended federal ap- 
propriations totaling 4.000,000 for Cen- 
tral "Galley flood control projects and 
$300,000 for a project in Ventura 
County. The recommendation consti- 
tutes formal state approval of por- 
tions of plans of the U. S. Army 
engineers for Central Valley develop- 
ment. 

The projects approved and imme- 
diate appropriations recommended 
are : levee on left bank of the lower 
Ventura River at Ventura, a debris 
basin at Stewart Canyon and con- 
crete channel through the City of 
Ojai, $.300,000; Merced County stream 
group, $300,(X)0; Folsom reservoir on 
the American River, $2,500,000; levees 
and channel improvements on San 
Joaquin River, $500,000; local im- 
provements on minor tributaries of 
the Sacramento River, including An- 
telope, Chlco and Butte creeks, Chero- 
kee canal. Elder Deer. Thomas and 
Willow Creeks, $500,000. 



32 



4/5/46 

COMPLETING PLANS 

AMARILLO, Potter Co., Texas.— 
Engineers Freese & Nichols, 407 
Danciger Bldg., Fort Worth, Texas, 
are completing final plans for the 
construction of a sanitary sewer sys- 
tem in Amarillo, Texas ; Docket Texsui 
41-P-201. Estimated cost $1,100,000. 

4/5/46 3 1 

BIDS OPENED 

BARSTOW, San Bernardino Co., 
Calif. — Wonderly Constr. Co., 2694 
Lime Ave.. Long Beach, at $87,218 
submitted low bid to U. S. Navy, 
11th Naval District Public Works 
Dept, 1220 Pacific Highway, San Di- 
ego, for the drilling of a new water 
well complete with pumping equip- 
ment and shelter, for a new system 
of cast iron water distribution mains 
with valves, fittings and fire hy- 
drants; for a 1,000,000-gal. reinf. con- 
crete reservoir and other micellan- 
eous work at the Marine Corps De- 
pot of Supplies, Barstow; Spec. No. 
17626. Total bids were: 

Wonderly Constr. Co., $87,218. 

M. A. Imhoff & Associates. $93,382. 

Chas. J. Dorfman. $131,837. 



4/5/46 3 4 

BIDS WANTED 

COLORADO - Big Thompson Proj., 
Colo. — As previously reported, until 
April 26, 10 A. M., bids will be re- 
ceived by the Bureau of Reclama- 
tion, Denver, for construction of 
the Granby Dam and dikes, Colo- 
rado-Big Thompson project ; Spec. 
1265. 

The dam is to be constructed five 
miles northeast of Granby on the 
Colorado Rtver and will have a stor- 
age capacity of 482,000 acre-feet. 
The principal features involved are 
an . earth dam across the Colorado 
River, an outlets through the left 
abutment of the dam, an open chan- 
nel spillway and an earth fill dike. 
The dam will have a maximum 
height of about 230 feet above the 
river bed, a crest length of about 
880 ft., and will contain approxi- 
mately 3% million c.y. of earth and 
rock. A concrete lined, open chan- 
nel spillway will be constructed in 
rock at the left abutment of the 
dam, with a concrete gate structure 
at the crest of the dam. The invita- 
tion includes construction of dike 3 
and the placing of riprap on the up- 
stream slopes of the embankments 



BID OPENING SCHEDULE 



SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT 



4-11— 2 :00 P.M.— Cable 

4-11—2 P.M.— Forks 

4-11—2 P.M.— Shaft 

4-11— 2 P.M.— Oable 

4-11— 8 :00 P.M.— School Bus 

4-12— —Tractor 

4-12— 3:00 P.M.— Tractor 

4-12— 3 :00 P.M— Drafting Tables 

4-12— 8 :00 P.M.— School Bus 

4-12— 2 P.M.— Office Supplies 

4-12— 3 :00 P.M.— I'lanta 



Coram 

San Francisco 

Yakima Project, Wash. 

Coram, Calif 

Elk Grove 

Sacramento 

San Francisco 

San Francisco 

Sacramento 

San Francisco 

San Francisco 



3 
S 



4-12— 3 :00 P.M.— Architectural Blocks San Francisco 



3-28 

3-26 

3-27 

3-25 

4- 4 

3-21 

3-21 

3-19 

3-14 

3-26 

3-26 

3-26 

3-26 

3-28 

3-29 

4- 2 

4- 3 

4- 3 

8-38 

3-28 

S-28 

3-26 

8- S 

3-27 

3-27 

3-28 

4- 8 

4- 3 

3-29 

S-28 

8-28 

8-88 

3-13 

3-26 

S-26 

3-36 

4- 4 

4- 1 

4- 1 

4- 1 

4- 8 

4- 8 



4-14— 2 :00 P.M.— Pumping Units 
4-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Transformers 
4-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Pumps 
4-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Cranes 
4-15— 2 P.M.— Elec. Equip. 
4-15— 3 :00 P.M.— Track Work 
4-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Insulators 
4-15— 2 ;00 P.M.— Wire Strand 
4-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Insulators 
4-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Insulators 
1-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Compression 
4-l« — — Tractor 

4-15— 2 :00 P.M.— Insulators 
4-16— 2 :00 P.M.— Portland Cement 
4-16— 2 :00 P.M.— Transformers 
4-18— 2 :00 P.M.— Piling Cases 
4-16— 2:00 P.M— Bars 
4-16 — 4:00 P.M.— Fire Alarm Boxes 
4-16— 2 :00 P.M.— Water Hose 
4-16— 2 :00 P.M.— Pun^hig Units 
4-16—10 A.M.— Pump 
4-17—10 :00 A.M.— Sedan 
4-17—10 :00 A.M.— Pumps 

4-17— 2 :00 P.M.— Capacitors 
4.17_ - 

4-17— 2 P.M.— Cement Silo 
4-17— 2 KX) P.M.— Canteens 
4-17— 2 :00 P.M.— Hatchets 
4-18— 2 :00 P.M.— Circuit Breaker 
4-18— 2 :00 P.M.— Volt 
4-lft— 2 :00 P.M.— Steel Pipe 
4-18— 2:00 P.M.— Dump Trucks 
4-19— 10:30 A.M.— Fuel Oil 



Missouri Basin Proj., Wyoming 
Kendrick Project, Wyo. 
Columbia Basin Project Wash. 
Columbia Basin Project Wash. 
Colo. -Big Thompson, Colo. 
San Franci^>« 
Brush, Colo 
Phoenix, Ariz. 
Alamogordo, N. M. 
Medicine Bow, Wyo. 
Machines Denver, Colo. 
Sacramento 
Casper. Wyo. 
San Francisco 
Columbia Falls, Mont 
San Francisco 
Central Valley Project 
South San Francisco 
San Francisco 
Central Valley Project 
Las Vegas, Nev. 
Berkeley 
Berkeley 
Phoenix, Ariz. 
2 :00 P.M.— Ele'ctricai Equipment Central Valley Project 

- - ■ Columbia Basin Proj., Wash. 

San Francisco 

San Francisco 

Loveland, Colo. 

Cody. Wyo. 

Yakima Project Washington 

San Francisco 

Vallejo 



4- 1 

3-22 

3-22 

3-28 

4- 1 

4- 

4- 

4- 8 

4- 1 

3-22 

3-88 

3-28 

3- 1 

3-20 

3- 6 
3-12 
3-26 

4- 1 



2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
8 

4 
4 
3 



4-19— 2 :00 P.M.— Electric EquipmentDavls Dam Project. Arizona 



4-19— 2 :00 P.M— Doors 

4-19— 2 :00 P.M— Gates 

4-19 — 2 P.M. — Storage Tanks 

4-22— 2 :00 P.M— Gate Hoists 

4-22— 2 :00 P.M— Coaster Gates 

4-24— 2 rOO P.M.— Drum Gates 

4-23— 2 :00 P.M.— Gates 

4-23 — 2:00 P.M. — Transformer 

4-23— 2 :00 P.M.— Switches 

4-24— 8 :00 P.M —Water Storage Tanks 

4-24 — 2:00 P.M — Telephone Apparatus 



Columbia Basin Project Wash. 
Central Valley Project 
Columbia Basin Proj.. Wash. 
Davis Dam Project Arizona, 
Columbia Basin Project Wash. 
Central Valley Project 
Boise Project, Idaho 
Kremmling, Colo. 
Fort Peck, Mont 

Portervllle 

Rio Grande Project N. 



4-24— 2 :00 P.M.— Pipe 

4-24 — 2P.M. — Ttelephone Appar. 

4-24— 2 P.M— Vertical Shaft 

4-24— 2 P.M.— Crane 

4-23—11 KM) A.M.— Bridge Cranes 

4-29 — 11 A.M. — Transformers 

4-29— 2 P.M.— Elec. Eaulp. 

4-30— 2 :00 P.M— Pumping Unit 



Wash. 



Columbia Basin Project 
Shoshone Proj.. Wyo. 
Shoshone Proj.. Wyo. 
Colorado River Project 
Bremerton, Wash. 
Pasadena 

Central Valley Project 
Buffalo Rapids Project Mont 



5- 1— 2 M)0 P.M.— Electric EqulpmentRio Grande Project N.M. 

6- 1— 2 :00 P.M.— Tank Columbia Basin P^Wt Wash 
2 :00 P.M— Prefabricated Houses Central Valley Project 



6- 1— 
6- 3— 
5- 3— 
5- 6— 
4- 5— 
51 6— 



2 :00 P.M — Barge 

2 :00 P.M— Traveling Crane 

2 P.M— Ho How- let Valves 

' — ^Emulsion 
2.-00P.1C.— AsMmbly, Detail 



Columbia Basin Project, Wash. 

Anderson Ranch Plant Idaho 

Boise Project Idaho 

Sacramento 

Drawings— Central VaUey Proj. 



4- 

4- 

4< 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4 

4 

4- 3 

4- 3 

4- 1 

3-28 

3-12 

3-28 

4- 4 

4- 4 

4- 1 

4- 1 

3-22 

4- 3 

4- 3 

4- 2 

4- 4 

8-31 

4- 4 

4- 8 

4- 3 

8-19 

8-19 

3-22 

8-90 

8-20 

8- 5 

8- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

4- 

8 

3-27 

3-27 

3-27 

4- 3 

3-36 

3-26 

4- 2 

4- 4 

3-38 

4- 8 

4- 2 

4 3 

8-90 

4- 8 

4- 2 



T 
3 
4 
4 
3 
8 



a2) li:,000 c.y 
spillway ; 

(13) 71,000 cy.. rock excav. -for epill- 
■w ay ; ^n 

(14) 2i3(X),000 c.y. common excav. and 
separation of excav. in borrow 
pit No. 1 and transportation to 
dam and dike No. 3 embank- 
ments ; 

(15) 22,000 c.y. rock excav. in borrow 
pit No. 1 and transportation to 
dajn and dike No. 3 embank- 
ments ; 

(16) 1,400.000 cy. common excav.. in 
borrow pits Nos. 3A and 3B, 
and transportation to dam and 
dike No. 3 embankments; 

(17) 15.000 c.y. excav., rock, in bor- 
row pits Nos. 3A and 3B, and 
transportation to dike No. 3 
embankments ; 

(18) 44.000 sta. c.y. overhaul bet 
borrow pit No. 1 and dikes Nos. 
1, 2 and 4; 

(19) 2,400,000 c.y. earthflll in em- 
bankments ; 

(20) 10,000 c.v. tamping or puddling 
earth fill; 

(21) 760,000 c.y. sluiced sand, gravel 
and cobble fill: 

(22) 440,000 cy. cobble-and-rock fill 
on downstream slopes of em- 
bankments ; 

(23) 60,000 c.y. riprap on upstream 
slopes of embankpients : 

(24) constructing 1200 l.f. 4-ln. dia. 
yewer pipe drains with unce- 
mented joints, embedded in 
gravel ; 

(25) constructing 1100 If. of 6-inch 
jliam. sewer pipe drains with 
imcemented joints, embedded in 
gravel; 

(36) constructing 1000 l.f. 8-inch do; 

(27) constructing 1000 l.f. 12-inch do; 

(28) constructing 460 If. 4-inch do 
for elevator-shaft drainage: 

(29) drilling 600 If. weep holes; 

(30) core drilling 600 l.f. of 5%-inch 
diam. holes not more than 30 ft ; 

(31) drilling 8000 l.f. grout holes in 
stage bet. depths of and 35 ft ; 

(32) drilling. 5000 l.f. do between^ 
depths of 35 and 60 ft. ; 

(33) drilling 4000 If. do bet. depths 
of 60 and 110 ft.; 

(34) drilling 2000 l.f. do bet. depths 
of 110 and 160 ft; 

(35) drilling 4000 If. grout holes, less 
than 35 ft. deep, with percus- 
sion drills ; 

t36) placing 7000 lbs. grout pipe and 
fittings; 

(37) 22.000 c.f. pressure grouting; 

(38) 8000 c.f. pressure grouting with 
i33.clc6irs ' 

(39) drilling 3300 If. holes for anchor 
bars and grouting bars in place 

(40) 1000 c.y. unformed concrete In 
footings of embankment cut- 
off walls ; 

(41) 1500 c.y. concrete in emtMUik- 
ment cut-off walls, except In 
unformed footings ; 

(42) 320 c.y. concrete in elevator 
shaft below surface of rock 
foundation for dam embank- 
ment; 

(43) 280 c.y. concrete in tunnel plugs 

(44) 250 c.y. concrete in trashrack 
structure ; 

(45) 200 c.y. concrete in elevator 
shaft above surface of rock 
foundation for dam embank- 
ment; 

(46) 50 c.y. cone, in elevator house; 

(47) 2000 c.y. concrete in spillway; 

(48) 35,000 s.f. vacuum cone, proces- 
sing for spillway floor, pier, 
and in^'.de surface of spillway 
walls ; 

(49 1 3300 c.y. concrete in parapet 
and curb walls : 

(50) placing 800,000 lbs. reinf. bars: 

(51) placing 550 l.f. of metal sealing 
strips ; 

(32) installing metal doors, metal 
sash windows, and metal lou- 
vers in elevator house: 

(13) installing 53.200 lbs. radial gates 

(54) installing 16,000 lbs. radial gate 
hoists ; 

(55) installing 15,700 lbs. ring-follow- 
er gate and metal conduit lin- 
ings; 

(56) Installing 1500 lbs. control ap- 
paratus and piping for ring-fol- 
lower gate; 

(57) installing 9350 lbs. cone, valve 
and hollow-jet valves; 

(58) Installing 7100 lbs. outlet pipes; 

(59) installing 21,000 lbs, trashrack 
metalwork : 

(60) Installing 1000 lbs. float-well in- 
take piping; 

(61) installing 1100 lbs. pipe hand- 
rails ; 

(62) installing 40,000 lbs. misc. metal- 
work ; 

(63) installing 550 If. electrical met- 
al conduit 1^ in- or less In dia.; 

(64) Installing 3000 l.f. do. 1%-ln. or 
larger In dia.; 

(65) installing 4000 lbs. electrical con- 
ductors and ground wires. 

Copies of the standard forms and 
of the specifications may be ob- 
tained from the following offices of 
the Bureau of Reclamation : Walker 
R. Young, Chief Engineer, U. S. Cus- 
tomhouse. Denver 2, Colo. ; E. B. 
Debler, Regional Director, 501 Con- 
tinental Oil Bldg., Denver; C. H. 
Howell, Project Engineer, Estes Pk., 
Colo.; and Michael W. Straus, Com- 
missioner, Bureau of Reclamation, 
Washington 25, D. C. Prospective 
bidders desiring to visit the site of 
the work should communicate with 
the Project Engineer. 

No charge to prospective bidders 
for copies of the specifications and 
drawings; to others, $3.50 per copy, 
not returnable. 



land commissioner. State House An 
nex. Phoenix. Ariz. 



demonstration and study purposes. 
6 pp., illus. Stricker-BrunhuberCo. 
19 W. 24th St., New York, N. Y. 



OIL FIRING ^ ... 

,,,,,, I ,. Peabody CD Wide Range Oil 

BIDS CANCELLED ' B"™"^ Syst^"» (Bulletin No. 109) 

BULL SHC^aCI DAM Arkansas.- Describes the system, explains how 
The U. S. Engineer Office.; Gay ©Idg., it achieves efficient combustion ov- 
Broadway at Third, Little lElock, Ark., er a range in capacity as great as 
has announced that the bid call for 50 to 1, controlling any number oi 
construction of the Bull S|hoal8 Dam burners throughout all variations 
on the White River, abouli 420 miles ] jj^ capacity 4 pp., iHus. Peabody 
above its mouth, near Mountain Engineering Corp., 580 Fifth Ave., 
Home, Ark., has been indefinitely i ft"*"', ,"'ff, xi v ' 
postponed. >*ew ^ ork 19, N. Y. 

PLASTICS „ , „, 

A Statement About Du Pont Plas- 
tics— Present and Future, and A 
Review of DuPont Plastics. Two 
booklets describing and illustrat- 
ing the various plastics made by 
DuPont, with information as to 
their uses and potential uses. The 
"Review" also gives a clear and 
practical properties table of all 
the DuPont plastics. 3 pp., 8pp., 
illus. E. I. DuPont de Nemours & 
Co., (Inc.), Plastics Dept., Arling- 
ton, N. J.* 



UGl 



3S— ELECTRIC UCHTING 
TRANSMISSION UNES 



4/5/46 3 8 

CONTRACT AWARDED I 

SPOKANE, Wash.— H. W. Walker, 
Inc., Box 389, Ellensburg. at $124,064 
awarded contract by the Bonneville 
Power Administration, P. O Box 3537 
Portland, for constructldn of Spo- 
kane-Colville 115-ka wood jpole trans- 
mission Una. The project is to be- 
gin at Mead substation, | near Spo- 
kane, and continues in q. northerly 
direction to a point nejir Colvllle, 
approximately 62 miles :ln length. 
The work consists of woj>d pole H- 
frame structures of desijgn. 

Bill'*- ■ 



36— PARKS, AIRPORTS & 
PLAYGROUNDS 

4/5/46 ! ••36 
ARCHITECT SELECTEb 
RECREATIONAl. SYSTE|M 

Est. C<l>st, $124,000 
SAN LEANDRO, Alame<<a Co., Cal. 
Designing and layout lof park and 

recreational system. 
Owner — City of San Le^ndro, City 

Hall, 835 E 14th St., Sa^ Leandro. 
Landscape Architect— Witi. P. Mott. 

Bonds were voted lastj November 
In amount of $124,000 to finance the 
above construction. 



40 — STREETS AND 

HIGHWAYS 

1— 

l/KMR 40 



REFRIGERATION 

Worthington Centrifugal Reing- 
eration (Bulletin C-llOO-BH). Dis- 
cusses the Worthington Centnl- 
ugal Refrigeration system, de- 
scribes its cycle of operation, re- 
frigerants used, and gives full 
equipment specifications. 24 pp., 
illus. Worthington Pump and Ma- 
chinery Corp., Harrison, N. J.* 

SPEED CONTROL 

Developments in Reeves Speed 

Control. A line of special equip- 
ment such as variable speed trans- 
mission, motor pulley, handwheel, 
tachometer, etc. Describing each, 
diagrams operating principles. 30 
pp., illus. Reeves Pulley Co., Inc., 
Columbus, Ind. 

TIMBER CONNECTORS 

Teco Connectors for Timber Con- 
struction in Railroad Service. A 

discussion of the Teco split ring, 
spike grids, clamping plates, etc^ 
and their railroad applications. 20 
pp., illus. Timber Engineering Co., 
1319 18th St.. N.W., Washington 
6, D. C. 



4/5/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

SAN DIEGO, Calif.— Ciriffith Co., 
502 Los Angeles Railway Bldg., Los ^^om,-»ja, . AYniTT<l 
Angeles, at *12,500. awarded contract TERMINAL ll'^J"H?iL.i„., .«a 
by the U. S. Navy, Pmbiic Works Railroad and Bus Terminal anfl 
Station Layout — Vol 1. A hand- 



Office, 11th Naval Distriict, 1220 Pa 
cific Highway, San Dlegb, March 26, 
for concrete i>aving of fillets for taxi- 
ways in the vicinity of building No. 
516 at the Naval Air Station, North 
Island, San Diego; Spec. 17633. 

4/5/46 4 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

COLORADO.— Brown Constr. Co., 
1530 E Abriendo, Pueblo, Colo., at 
$55,401 awarded contract by A. F. 
Hewitt, State Highway Engineer, 
Denver, Colo., for construction of 
combined Federal Aid Pirojects Nos. 
211 (2) and 282-D (13 1. Construction 
Division No. 1, a grav<fel surfacing 
project 1.192 miles long, located be- 
tween Meeker and Craig on SS No. 
13 in Rio Blanco Co.. Cojlo. 



Maclunery & Material 

\ 

42— MISC. SUPPLIES AND 
MATERIALS 



•• 42 



4/5/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— UlnUl May 3, 
2 P. M., bids will be rec«Mved by the 
Purchaser of Supplies, 2tO City Hall, 
under Bid No. 9909 for furnishing 
fuel and lubricants, cordage, alumi- 
num, enameled and galv«nlzed ware, 
Incandescent and fluorescent electric 
lamps, street and sewer Materials for 
use by the departments of the city 
government during the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1947. 



43— MACHINERY ^ID 
EQUffMCNT 



43 



S4 



4/5/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

LOS ANGELES, Los Angeles Co., 
Calif — Cannon Diamond Drilling Co., 
217 S. Poinsettia, P. O. Box 549, Comp- 
ton, at $5110. awarded contract by the 
U S. Engineer Office, 751 S. Figueroa 
St., Los Angeles, March 27 for ex- 
cavating and timbering three test 
pits approximately 20 ft. deep on the 
lower Ventura River levee project on 
left bank of Ventura River, Ventura; 
four test pits approximately 20 ft 
deep on the Stewart Canyon debrla 
basin and channel project, OJal, Caltf., 
and one test pit approximately 30 ft. 
deep on the Burbank western (upper) 
channel project, Burbank; Req. IX> 
3793, Inv. 307. The bids were received 
March 20. 

4/5/46 •* 

RECOMMENDED tv_^ 

ARIZONA-— The U. 8. War Depart- 
ment, office of the Division Kngta^r, 
Pacific Division, 361 California St, 
San Francisco, have submitted a re- 
port to the Governor of AriKma and 
to the Secretary of the latMlor reo- 



4/5/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

TACOMA, Pierce Co., Wash.— Don 
L. Cooney. Securities Bldg., Tacoma, 
Wash., at $167,382, awarded contract 
by the U. S. Navy, 13th Naval Dis- 
trict, Exchange Bldg., Seattle, Wash., 
for the construction, including assem- 
bling and delivering of 114 camels, 2 
pontoons wide by 18 po*ntoons long, 
and providing for installation of tim- 
ber fenders thereon, at Todd Pacific 
Shipyard, Inc., Tacoma, inactive fleet 
berthing facilities. The government 
will furnish the lumber. The bids 
were received Mar^h 13. 



■I 



some album (edition limited) of 
photographs, floor plans and de- 
scriptions of 58 recently construct- 
ed or renovated terminals. Gives 
floor plan of each terminal, arch- 
itects' names, the lines tisinsr it, 
full structural details of both ex- 
terior and interior. 192 pp., illus. 
American Locker Ck)., Inc.. 211 
Congress St., Boston 10, Mass. 

VALVE REPAIR 

Valve Repair and Replacement 
Record Sheets. Prepared especial- 
ly for reconverson checkups. File 
folder and instructions for using 
the sheets included. Jenkins Bros., 
80 White St.. New York 13, N. Y. 

VIBRATION CONTROL 

Blaw - Knox Functional SorinR 
Hangers and Vibration Elimina- 
tors. Conclusions of prefabricated 
power piping engineers regarding 
the design of piping layouts for 
flexibility. Describes the com- 
pany's spring hangers and vibra- 
tion eliminators, gives tables of 
size and load for the various types, 
installation details, etc. 32 pp., il- 
lustrated. Blaw-Knox Co., Power 
Piping Division, 1526 Pennsylvania 
Ave., N.S., Pittsburgh 12, Pa.* 

WATERPROOFING 

Sika. Integral waterprof ing 
compounds, quick - setting com- 
pounds for maintenance, guniting 
and pressure grouting compounds, 
dampproofing and jointing com- 
pounds, floro hardeners and mis- 
cellaneous products. 4 pp., illus. 
Individual instruction and speci- 
fications sheets for each of the 
various products also obtainable. 
Sika Chemical Corp., 35-49 Greg- 
ory Ave., Passaic, N. J.* 

(•) other product Information m 

Sweet's File. 1945. 

^ ^ 

RAISE BRASS MILL 
PRODUCTS PRICES 

To insure full production of 
brass fcill products, ceiling prices 
have been increased 1% cents per 
pound, effective April 1, OPA an- 
nounces. These products — which 
include copper and copper base al- 
loy sheets, strip, bars, rods, wire, 
pij)e, tubes and shapes — are ur- 
gently needed in large voiume by 
manufacturers of plumbing equip- 
ment and other brass Duilding 
items. 

The price increase is applicable 
to basic brass mill products only. 
It is not applicable to wire or ca- 
ble for electric transmission, weld- 
ing wire or rod, babbit metal, lock 
seam tubes, billets, ingots, copper 
rods or bars produced and sold by 
a mantifacturer of electrical wire 
or cable, nor to any fabricated 



WANT PHOTOGRAPHS OF 
OLD MASONIC TEMPLE 

Who has a picture of the Ma- 
sonic Temple in the old gold min- 
ing town of Columbia, Calif.? 

A statewide search is being made 
for photographs, paintings, plans 
and specifications and minute de- 
scription of the old structure, built 
by Columbia Lodge No. 28, F. & 
A. M. in the '50's, and torn down 
in the early "O's after Columbia 

\^% ^T^T^^Z^ i Lttu"^' ^"^ '™' 

circles, the Columbia Historic °" " products. 

Park Association and the Califor- I Q,|j,p| ..o MAn INf; IJST 

nia State Chamber of Commerce's SIJ^IPLU5 MAUJWUI-O I ^^ 
travel and recreation committee! Distributors interested ,n pur- 
have joined forces in the search, j chasing surplus building materials, 
as a prelude to rebuilding the his- i such as soil P»P^and lumbCT, 
toric structure in the restoration which may be offered for sale by 



of the famous old gold town. 

The Masonic Temple was a two- 
story structure, standing across 
the street from Columbia's old 
theatre. The upper floor was used 
for lo^e meetings; the lower floor 
was owupied by mercantile firms. 

Any information will be wel- 
come, according to Leon O. Whit- 
sell. Burlingame, chairman of the 
California Grand Lodfre's commit- 
tee on Masonic history. 



War Assets Administration, should 
write to War Assets Corp., 30 Van 
Ness Ave., San Francisco, stating 
which items they are interested in. 
The War Assets Regional Directors 
will place these items on lists, and 
whenever the item inquired about 
is to be put on sale, a letter will 
be sent to distributors whose 
names are on the list, inclosing an 
advance announcement of the sale, 
and tiie time of sale. 



■p^yrrryry 



PAGE a 




DAILY PACIFIC BUILDIR 



FKIDAY. APRIL 5. 1946 



BiMldinfi Permils, Cowfyarfa .— R«#^«w^*>J IVoiices 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Applications 



ftAN FRANCISCO 



ALTER FACTORY, |22,000; 600 7th 
St ; owner Independent Paper Stoclc 
Co, c/o contractor; builder, J««k* 
ft Irvine, 630 Market St 

DWBZ^LINOS (1-stozy rrame) (4), 
|54W each; W i5th Ave 176, 200. 
225, 250 N Taraval; owner and 
builder, Jack Biaalnger, 2100 Jack-* 
s on S t 

ALTER CLOTHINO STORE, |2000; 
241 Kearny St; owner, Harry Solo- 
mon, premises ; builder Hector liar- 
tin. Pedro VaUey. Calif. 

ALTER STORES and FLATS. 11700; 
NW Sutter and Fillmore; owner, 
Joe Feldhyme. 1734 Broderick 8t; 
builder, Leonard Salomon, 1734 
Broderlck Bt 

ALTER TICKET OFFICE. |700; 675 
Market St; owner. Canadian Pa- 
cific Railroad, prem; buildor, QRS 
Neon Co, 600 Potrero Ave. 



SCAFFOLD, 11600; 1228 N St; own- 
er, Tbayer Apts; contractor. Carl 

^W Peterson, 4650 Stockton Blvd- 

OLASS Warehouse, masonry. S40.- 
000; 1901 T St; owner, Cobbledlck- 
Klbbee Co; ooatractor, Campbell 
Constr Co, SOO R St 

ADDN, frame, stucco, comp. roof. 
»1600; 1332 41st St; owner. E S 
and H S Thorpe; contractor, Jas 
Jansen, 1023 Stockton Blvd. 



SAN JOSE 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Granted 



SAN FRANCISCO 



APRIL 3 AND 4, 1M« 



DOG and cat hospital, 114,000; 413 
Willow St; owner, Lorla O John- 
son ; contractor, Kocher Constr Co. 
6 N First St 

DUPLEXES, two. 18000 each; 323-35, 
331-3 Jerome St; owner, Elmo Pkr- 
dini; contractor, Bart W Heple. 
404 Dehnaa Ave. *^^ 

BUSINESS bldg. $16,000; 1336 Lin- 
coin Ave ; owner, £ W McPherson ■ 
contractor, E A Hathaway, 1276 
Glen Eyrie Ave. 

ALTER business bld£^, |8000; 236 W 
Santa Clara; owner, Cobbledlck- 
Kibbe Glass Co; contractor, A Bo- 
lei. 154 Vine St 

RESIDENCE, 1-family, |0000; 1086 
Morse St; owner, K J Scanlon; 
contractor, Joe GragUa, 738 North 
Fourth St 

ALTER business bldg, $1000; 70 S 
1st St; owner, Leon Jacobs; con- 
tractor, W M Caldwell, 1241 Hed- 
ding at. 

BUSINESS bldg. 116,700; 755 Spring 
St; owner, Don Mlgnano and Y 
Vallelunga; contractor. Earl W 
Heple. 

OFiicE, $75,000; 435 Stockton Ave; 



WAREHOUSE, steel, $6000; Block 4 
Auburn Blvd bet Marconi and Ju- 
Uesse Ave; owner and buUder 
Isabelle V Hoffman, Rte 8 BoS 
1305. 

GARAGE, brick and concrete bldck. 
$5000; Blk 10 North Sacto Sub^No 
3; owner and builder, Everett E 
and Helen Noattack and Rdrar 
and Mabel A Roberta. 

GARAGE, frame, $1600; NB cor %. 
lot 2 Daylor Eat; owner and buUd- 
er. 5S32 8th Ave 

DWELLING. 5- room, $6000; Ptn Lot 
1 Blk 21. Sub No 6, North Sicto- 
owner and buUder, L B and Eva 
C Bandy. 306 Anderson Way. Del 
Paso Heights. 

DWELLING, 5.room frame, $3500- 
Ptn No 2 Blk 31 North Sacto Sub 
8; owner and builder, Charles R 
Haynle, 203 Oakmont. North Sacto. 

DWELLING. $1600; Lot 10 Airport 
Sub; owner and builder. George I 
Johnson, Rte 2. Box 1676 Del Paao 
Heights. 

DWELLING. 6- room frame, $3000; 
Lot 24 Amd map Menlo Heights; 
owner and builder, Tony Dravla. 
Rte 1, Box 2042. 

DWELLING, 6-room frame. $6600- 
ptn Lot 10 Blk 7, North Sacto; 
owner and builder. E Browning. 
1046 Sonoma Ave. 

ADDN to Auto Court. $2000; Tract 
No 1, Youngs Addn to Lakehouae 
Acres; owner and builder, Danls 
Cladianos, Rte 1 Box 2000. 

SERVICE Station and trailer courta 
concrete block, $4000 ; Lot 2 Youngs 
Addn to Lakehouse Acres; owner 



BERKELEY 



2510 Le Conte; owner ; deal- 
er. Art Johnson ; Bendlx. 

1515 Prince; owner, ; dealer, 

W MacMillan; w closet; w basin; 
b tub; Bink. 

1042 Los Angeles; owner, John 
Pickett; dealer. Lawless Plbg; sink; 
dish washer. 

1230 Monterey; owner, R R Booth; 
dealer, Timmons & Berk; w closet; 
w baaln; b tub; sink; w tub. 

3000 Russell; owner St Clemmts 
Epoc Church; dealer, L J Kruae; 
w closet; w baaln; slnk- 

1552 Shattuck; owner. ; deal- 
er. Swendermann ; w closet ; w basin ; 
b tub; 2 sinkf. 

1563 Grove; owner. R Perrott; 
dealer, Swendermann; 2 w doseta; 
2 w basins; sink. 

2435 Byron; owner, Ojala; dealer. 
Swendermann; w closet; w baaln; 
shower. 

33 Tanglewood; owner, Holmea; 
dealer. Swendermann ; sprinkler ays. 



Furnace Pennhs 



John E Faigle ; contractor. Matson I Anchor Post Fenoe Co. of CaUfor- 
Elec Equip Co; 20 outlets; 20 fix- nia. 616 S. Anderson St. Loa A»'g«frr 
tures : 18 switches ; 16 plugs ; alter. Howes St Whltaker, 3318 Untoa P»- 

36642 1406-10 Franklin St ; owner, j ciflc Ave., Los Angelea. 
Swanstrom A Stahl; contractor. Mat- i Theodora Scott, 4405 S. Nonnandto 
•®?-A*®<^.J^^P ^<*' alterauons. lAve, Loe Angelea. 

Wickea Engineering & Conatrue- 
tkn Col, 1441 2nd Ave., D«a Moines, 
Iowa 

Phoenix Conatmctton Oa, P. O. Bos 
006, BakaitaflskL 

R. Goold tt Son. 616 a a Dorado 
St. Stockton. 

Whalin Broa.. 2042 28rd At«« 0»k* 
land. 
Wlxson A Crowe. Box 70S, Reddtas. 
a B. TutUe. 286 Belmont Ara, 
Long Beatii. 

Frank Itlectric, 606 Main Bt, Bay- 
ward. 
Olof Nelaon Conatmctkw Oo, Ij»« 



S6643 021 Broadway; owner, Leon 
A Eddies; contractor. Matson Elec 
Equip Co; fixtures. 

36644 10th and Broadway; owner. 
Owl Drug Co; contractor. Electrical 
Preducta Corp; algn. 

a6645 2600 Park Blvd; owner. 
Standard Oil Co; contractor, Btoc 
Prod Corp; aign. 

36646 2637 Foothill Blvd; owner, 
Hennan's Phcy; contractor, Slec 
Prod Corp; sign. 

S6647 415 22nd St; owner. The 
Harem Corp; contractor. Electrical 
Products Corp; sign. 

36648 212 E 12th St ; owner. Stand- } ganrijtah.' 



ard Oil Co; contractor. Electrical 
Products Corp; sign. 

86640 1432 Harrlaon St;- owner. 
Standard Oil Co: contractor, Elec 
Producta Corp; algn. 

36660 57U 16th St; owner. Stand- 
ard Oil Co; contractor. Electrical 
Producta Corp; algn. 

36651 131 MacArthur; owner Stand- 
ard Oil Co; contractor. Electrical 
Products Corp ; sign. 

36662 3412 Park Blvd; owner. 
Lawless Plbg; contractor. American 
4508 Fleming; owner, Hoiiaen; deal- i Neon Displays, Inc; Neon tubing. 

er. California Furnace Co; central' 36653 430 13th St; owner, Mo- 

cambo; contractor. Amercian Neon 

Displays. Inc: Naon tubing. 

86664 61st Ave and Brann St: 
owner, Evangelical Lutheran Ch; 



OAKLAND 



furnace. 
Head of 106th Ave; owner, Jackob 



ALTERATIONS (change front and 



-«H K,..i^^- T T o «. .son; dealer, California Furnace Co; 

and builder, L L Rogers, Rte 4, i floor furnace. 

, ,._..,>, .^ ,-.^,,w-fc»,« «.»c ^* ^^^ 3rd and Magnolia- owner H ftj^ 'f^tt contractor. Modem Neon Co; sign. 

owner, Muirson Label Co; con- ' ^^^SIC^^^' ^""*°°^ *^°^"''* ^'^^^^^^ h^"®^**"^® Co* dealer. 'Martinez 36655 5350 Grove St; owner. Star 



tractor, Carl N Swenaon Co, 355 
Stockton Ave. 



^4 M5tl!in° «♦ .°' J*l*^^' ♦^i REbxiJi^NOE. $^; 1340 Iris Court; 



3024 Mission St; owner, George N 
Payton; day work. 
REPAIR (floors in lower flat), $750; 



owner and builder. J Gohran.son. 
N loth St, Rte 2, Box 521. 



of,1r^. ^"""" "^ »owe** '»*«>. $750; ADD storeroom to busmess bldg $3 - 

D\K^LlTlS^ M^>^ , V .« i ^^eRizzolo; contractor, GagUardl 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (6). Bros. 11 S Second St 

1 at $4^ 5 *^ **<W) each; SE; CREAMERY bldg. $16,000; 1209 Lin- 

SS^'i?*,^' ^' 3^5. 400. 425. 480 coin Ave; owner, Joe Fornl; con- 

7 JZ°^^'' o'*^»e'^ and builder, Wal- tractor, W M Caldwell. 

ter E & Max Hansen. Inc.. 26 Ocean ] BUSINESS bldg. $70,000; 152-6 S 

T.iVntTT, T^^« -. i 1st St; owner and builder, Lemer 

^P^IR FIRE DAMAGE, $2000;! Shops. 

1^1-23 Page St; owner, Robert Li DUPLEX, $12,000; 579 Fuller and 750 

Wilson; contractor Richard N Tone. ~' ' ' 

1556 Page St 

ALTERATIONS (new facing, parti- 
tions to office buUding), $3000; 426 
Bryant St; owner. Homer R Bosse; 
plans and contractor, Daley Bros, 
P O Box 238, Belmont, Calif. 



Bird Ave; owner and builder, N A 
Lamb, P O Box 13, Doa Palos. 

ALTER restaurant. $2500; 77 N 1st 
St; owner, Howell & Santoni; con- 
tractor, i'lrank Ivfoves. 

BUSINESS bldg. $15,500; 123 South 
Montgomery; owner and builder. 



ADD ROOM (remodel outside stairs ! Ormai JJodd. 1365 Fremont Ave. 
and remove one wall of residence), BUSINESS bldg, $17,000; 851 Park 
$4000 ; 7 Brighton Ave ; owners. Mr j Ave ; owner, Bailey Bros ; contrac- 
and Mrs Fuidge ; contractor, A Ml- ' tor. Earl W Heple, 494 Delmas. 



$3000; Lot 2 Youngs Addn to Lake- 
house Acres; owner and builder, 
L L Rogers, Rte 4, Box 2202. 
DWELLING, 5- room basallte block, 
$6000; Lot 37 Vista Del FUo Bloom- 
berg Tract; owner and builder, F 
M Frame, 1920 Wentworth Ave. 



SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 

DWELLING above tavern, 6-room, 
$8000; Bayshore Highway; owner, 
A Firenze, 1132 Bayshore Highway. 



Sheet Metal Co; central furnace. 



Completion Notices 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



Recorded Accepted 

April 4. 1946— LOT 18 Blk 1. Tract 
501. Eden Twp. Wendelin W Krug 

to whom it may concern ^ contractor. Modem Neon Co"; 

April 4. 1946 ._ 



Liquor Store; contractor. Modem 
Neon: sicn. 

36656 372 40th St; owner. FAN 
Cafe; contractor^ Modem Neon Co; 
window tubing. 

36657 4501 Shattuck Ave; owner, 
State Radio Co; contractor. Modem 
Neon Co; tubing installation. 

36658 3221 Foothill Blvd; owner. 
Arizu's Beauty Salon; contractor. 

Modem Neon Co; tubing installa- 
tion. 

36659 275 12th St; owner. Johnny 



Scott-Buttner Elsctrlo Oo, 6M 30tk 
St. Oakland. 

A. S. Schulman. Electric Co., 6t7 M. 
Dearborn St. Chicago. lU. 

Petersen Engineering Co.. 41M MIk 
St, San Flrancisoa 

Samuels A Franklin, oontraoCon^ 
Box 1340, penrsr. Cola 



fing Co.. 6030 Miaslon St. flan Fraa- 
ciaca 

Symon Bros. Wrecking Co., 1411 
Market St. San Francisco. 

Lewis Construotloa Co., 516 IStil 
St. Oakland. 

Monson Bros., 475 6th St, San Frma« 
Cisco. 

Cut Rats Wrecking A Lumbar Co., 
1740 Folsom St, San Francisoo. 

Joe Ciatti. 1765 Qussada Ats., 
Frsn Cisco 



Maclmery & Materal 



MACHINERY AND 
EQUIPMENT 



*• 



of H jrpcrios 
ActivalMl Sludge Plant SH^ 
Etc, Lot An gel et 



BIOS: Los Angsiss Board sf Pu^ 
llo Works, 153 City Hall, Los An- 
geles, April It, 10 A. M. 

Case Coostmctkm Co.. P. O. 
109, San Pedro. 



4/5/46 _ 

BIDS WANTED 

OAKLAND. Alameda Co., Califs- 
Until April 17, 6:30 P. M., bids will 
be received by the East Bay Munici- 
pal UtUity District, Room 312, 513 
Itth St, Oakland, under Spec 1720 
for redwood tanks, with staves, bot- 
toms and rods but without founda- 
tions or roofs, of 26.000-gaUon. 40,000- 
gallon and 202,000-gallon capacity. 

Specifications obtainable frooi ths 
above offics. 



SAN LEANORO 



DWELLING, l-story 6-room, |6000; 
574 Juana Ave; owner. A D Luiz. 
13801 E 14th St; contractor. O L 
Helmkamp. 215 Arroyo Ave. 

DWELLING. 1^ -story 6-room, |7,- 
500; 630 Dowling Blvd; owner and 
builder. I P Kerkove. 1710 2nd St, 
Alameda. 



April 4, 1946-1353 EL CENTRO l^^^Lc^ ama T.>ioo.ro«h a«^. «w«o,. 
Ave, Oakland. Wm and Bemice l^i^x^^^?* Telegraph Ave; owner. 
j> Reoir«tt ♦«^\.,v,^tt, it^ZJZnZ Farris Restaurant; contractor. Mod- 
fern ADriT2 lUi®™ ^^•o" Co: tubing installation. 

April 4 "mfrlpTN" l7)T ^^^^^ 36661 342 14th St; owner, Leon 

^^^^ C°"°° ^«»»"^^' ^^' '^^ ; 366^ 1549 7th Tve ; owner, Carl 1 V^^'^-T V.^i ^.^C „ « . 

I Dickie; contractor, Scott - Buttner ' P*^**" ^♦^" ^ons Ca, 660 S. Grand, 

MARIN COUNTY iBlec Co; 2 outlets; 2 switches. 



Natnan A. Moors, 2051 W. Tallsy 
Blvd., Alhaiubra. 

Ouy F. Atkinson Co., 1108 
vey Ave., fian GabrieL 

Gunther A Shirley Co.. T14 W. 
Olympic Blvd.. Los Angeles. 

J. E. Haddock. Ld., 8638 B. Fpot- 
hiU Blvd.. Pasadsoa. 

Morrison - Knudiyen Co^ tit Tltls 
Guarantee Bldg., Los Angsiss. 

Pacific Bridge Co.. 388 Ksarair Bt. 
San Francisco. 

R. A. Watson Co., 5528 Ylnslaad 
Ave., North Hollywood. 

Western Dredging A Oonstruotioii 
Ca, 315 Park Central Bldg.. Los An- 
geles. 

Rhoades Bros. A Shofner. 8600 Msd- 
ford St, Los Angsiss. 

W. E. Kler Constmctlon Co, 140i 



4/5/46 ** M 

BIOS WANTED 

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY. Calif. 
—Until April 9, 10 A. M-. bids wUl 
be received by the State Division of 
Highways, L H. Gibson, district engi- 
neer, 50 Higuera St, San Luis Obispo, 
for rental of one self-propelled tamp- 
a«kr- i Ing-leveling-flnishlng machine as a 
Barber-Greene or equal, for approxi- 
mately 2 months' use in Santa Bar- 
bara County. 

Specifications obtainable from ths 
above office 



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48 



dlLe, 054 Bnmswick St 
DWELLING (1 -story frame), |6000; 

Campus; buUder. A Mldlle, 954 

Bnmswick St 
DWELLING (1-story frame). 85260; 

-E Justin Dr 50 NE Alemany Blvd ; 

owner and builder, H Barber A Son, 

280 Justin Dr. 
ALTERATIONS (remove concrete 

vault and enclose area with floor 

and roof for storage). ^WO; 464 

California St; owner. American 

Trust Co; builder, Swinerton A 

Walberg Co. 260 Bush St 



RESIDENCE, 85000; 291 Brooklyn 
Ave; owner and builder, U K Jo- 
hanson. 



SAN CARLOS 



OAKLAND 



DWELLINGS, 14. 88.000 each; 1423, 
1431, 1439, 1447, 1455, 1557, 1569 
Alameda 232 Garnet. 1493, 1465, 1719 
Walnut, 1579 Belmont 1434 Chest- 
nut 237 Fairmont; owner and con- 
tractor, K A M Constr Co. 

DWELLING, 810,000; 1578 Morse; 
owner. David J Millar; contractor. 
AUsn Mclntyre. 

DWKLLiXMG. 68 Pine. 810.000; owner 



Recorded Accepted 

^^5^^^^^^^' 1% -story 5-room. 810,- April 3, 1946— KENTFIELD. A T 



000 ; 794 Estudlllo Ave ; owner, Nick 
Mlnore, 9507 Holly St, Oakland; 
contractor, F J Leonardo A Son. 
13345 Shoreline Blvd. 



Goodwin to The Litchfield Const 

Company March 29, 1946 

April 3, 1946— SYCAMORE Village, 
Mill Valley, Marin Capital Co to 
Goheen Constr Co April 2. 1946 



SAN MATEO 



and builder, A T Augensteln. 

— ! DWELLING, 1617 Walnut. 87,500; 

ALTER and addn. 82500; 458 Perkins i owner and buUder. McKeon Constr. 
St^ owner, Heine Piano Co. prem; CLASS C business bldg. 810.000; 336 



contractor. H K Jensen. 4024 Mac- El Camlno; owner. N C Edwards; 

Arthur Blvd; plans by Cecil Moy- contractor. Progressive Bld^ ana 

er. 400 16th St Constr Co. 

ADDITION, 2-story concrete. 8 ; ADDITION, 82000; 841 Old County 

1001 Telegraph Ave; owner. L V Road; owner and buUder, Carlton- 

akMgga, et al, prem; contractor. Western. 

Stolte. Inc. 726 Bank of America ADDITION. 81000; 1666 Morse; own- 

Bldg; addl cost 81450. er and buUder, J Moreas. 

ALTER, 810.000; 1901 Telegraph Ave; DWELLINGS, two. 850, 858 Orange; 

owner. L J Skaggs, et al. prem ; I 88500 each ; owner and builder. 

contractor, Stolte. Inc. 726 Bank j Home Modernization Co. 

of America Bldg. ADDITION. 81500; 1721 Walnut St; 

GARAGE. 1-story concrete, 88000, owner. C Harrington; contractor, 

and l-story steel service staUon, P J Murphy. 
■84000; 5941 Adeline St; owner and GUEST HOUSE, 83500; 391 Laurel; 

kuiJ|ler, C F Pink, 5519 Market St. i owner, Nell Utman ; contractor. F 
ADDN, 2-story, 81500; 2514 E 22nd' Peacock. 

St; owner and builder, Edward ' SWIMMING Pool, 82000; 2054 Saint 

and Jean Calderon. premises. i Francis Way; owner and builder, 
ADDITION. 8500 ; 2325 Myrtle St ; ; Hal Harden. 

owner and builder. Leonard Scott. DWELLINGS, two, 1442 Chestnut 

2325 Myrtle St i384 Cordilleras, 810,000 each ; own- 

ALTER, 8700; 1470 12th St; owner er and builder. Nelson Welbanlts. 

and contractor, Irene Mltchel, 1470 DWELLING, 236 Park ; 88000 ; owner 

12th St j and builder, L J Bias. 

ALTER, 81275; 2236 E 24th Street; 'DWELLING, 88.000; 1393 Woodland; 

owner and builder, LilUe C Star- i owner, Louis Tessler; architect and 

key, 2259 E 25th St I builder, Wm Mooser, Sr. 

GARAGE, l-story, 8500; 4005 39th DWELLING, 88000; 271 Garnet ; own - 

Ave; owner and builder, E Pen-, er. Gorden Hess; contractor. John 

holt, 4005 39th Ave. w Kristianson. 
ALTER, 81000 ; 3744 Foothill Blvd ; | 

owner and contractor, Haynes £1 : _,,_, .^.^ - ..„ 

Co, 3744 FoothiU Blvd. ! BURLINGAME 

DWELLING, l-story 3-room, 82000; 



STORE, 815.000; 20-22 B St; owner. 
Chamberlain, Goss A Raybould; 
contractor, Ross H Chamberlain, 
Ltd, P O Box 1070, Redwood City. 

STORE. 815.000; B Street Extension; 
owner, Chamberlain. Ross A Ray- 
bould; contractor. Ross H Cham- 
berlain. Ltd. P O Box 1070. Red- 
wood City. 

GARAGE. 8700; 1320 Cypress; owner 
and builder. C S Ingram. 

ALTER dwelling. 8500; 302 Avllla; 
owner. Ross; contractor, M J Hen- 
ry. 132 Bancroft Road. Burlln- 
game. 

RESIDENCE, 815.000; 42 Mission Dr; 
owner and builder, J Henry De- 
laney, 500 Caplstrano Way. 

DWELLING. 815.000; 86 Mission Dr; 
owner and builder. J Henry De- 



BERKELEY 



J Room 505, Los Angeles. 

R. H. Fllckinger, 6017 8. 
Ave., Loe Angeles. 

N. Earl Rochs, 1667 Ranohs Ats^, 
Glendale. 



Eledrkal Pcrnik 



SAN FRANCI&CO 



58 2115 Shattuck; owner, ; 

contractor. White Electric; 3 plugs. 

i 59 1540 Ada; owner. M Curiln; 

I contractor. CUf f ord Elec ; 13 out- 
lets ; 17 switches ; 24 plugs ; 5 ckts. 
60 1200 7th St; owner. ; con- 

[ tractor. Clifford Elec ; 16 plugs. 

j 61 2194 Shattuck Ave; owner, ; 

contractor. Spott Elec; outlets; 
fixtures; 7 plugs. 

62 1603 Alcatraz Ave; owner. J B 
Smith; contractor. Spott Elec; new 

63 2194 Shattuck Ave; owner. Owl 
Drug Co; contractor. Spott Elec; 



Hydraulic Dredging Oa, Ltd., 
Central Bank Bldg., Oakland. 

Maoco Construction Col, fit N. 
Paramount Blvd., Clearwatsr. 

Clyde Wood, Inc., 6000 Tttjunga 
Ave., P. O. Box 020, North HoUywood. 

San Francisoo Bridge Co., iOi Mar- 
ket St, San Frandsog 

Bressi A Bsvanda CkmstnietUm Co.. 
Inc.. 417 a Hill BU Room 7M| Los 
Angsiss. 

Cass Construction Co., P. O. Bos 
6, Berth 100, San Psdro. 

Barnes A Delaney, 616 ■. WUow 
St, Long Bsach. 

George PoUock Co., Fomat BMj. 
Sacramento. 

Winston Bros. Co., 411 W. Ml St, 



4/5/46 

BIDS WANTED 

MOKTEREY COUNTY, CaUf.— Un- 
til April 0, 10 A. M., bids wUI bs 
received by the State Division of 
Highways, L. H. Gibson, district engi- 
neer, 50 Hl^uera St. San Luis Obispo, 
for rental of one self-propelled tamp- 
ing- leveling-flnlshlng machine as a 
Barber-Greene or equal fo rapproxi- 
mately one month'a work In Monte- 
rey County. 

Specifications obtainable from ths 
above office. 



•• 



49 



681 E Great Highway 225 N No 
riega; owner, United Housing; con 
tractor, Richmond Electric ; service. . 

682 1330-32 nth Ave; owner, Doel-l**"^'®^: • fixtures; 7 plugs, 
ger; contractor, Richmond Electric;! ** ^^ HlUdale; owner, I^rds; ^,„„„„ ^„ 
16 outlets; 16 awitches; 16 piug» I contractor. Spott Elec; 3 ouUeta; S .J^^^r^ 
aervice. "^ ^*^ •; awitches ; 3 futures ; 3 plugs. i^^^.??*T ,«^ o = >. 

683 1427-20 18th Ave; owner, Doel- « "<» ^rove; owner. Retail | G^f^th (to., 1060 S, Broadwsir. Los 
ger; contractor, Richmond Electric :' *^'****' • contractor, Spott Elec; new ^ngeies 
16 outlcU; 16 awitches; 16 plugs ; ^ ««'^<^«- 
service. *^ * ' 66 2630 Telegraph; owner. Retail 

684-90 132T^;hj, 1323-35, 1310-21 1815- I Constr ; contractor. Spott Elec; new 
17. 1309-11. i«gf-07. 1301-03 33rd Ave; !»*^^««- „„ .. . . 
laney 500 Caoistrana ' | owner. Doelger ; contractor, Richmond L ^ ** Shattuck Ave; owner. Fay 

STORE and oMkse 815000- 2301 Kl ' =.**^'"<^ • ^^ outlets; 16 switches; 16 if«« P^,^ Store ; contractor. Para 



Camino Real; owner 'and builder, i P'^f ' ^*"^^*' 



; mount Elec; 4 motors; 3 plugs. 



Ben C. Cerwick, Inc. 112 
St.. San Francisoo. 



et 



Eight Pitrt, 
Tcmtoe Point, Oregoo 



4/5/46 

BIDS OPENED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— The following 
submitted bids to the U. 8. Indian 
Irrigation Service. 647 Phslan Bldg.. 
under Inv. 8-46 for deep well turbine 
pump rated at 1800 g.p.m.^ complete 
with electric motor, to bs furnished 
and installed at water well on Old 
Tuttle Ranch, four miles northeast 
of Colusa: 

Peerless Pump Co., San Joss, 
81619.72; alternate, 81803.00. 

Winhroath Pump Co.. Aihambra, 
81624.05. 

Byron Jackson (alternate). 81804. 

Layne A Bowksr Ca (alternate), 
81348.06. 



(Continued on Fags Sevsa) 



Of Hcial Proposal 



R P Wlseheart 



BIDS: Offlesr In Chargs sf Cs«' 



oroU; contractor. E Janssen, 1410 
Jasmine St. 
STORE, 815,000; 3011 El Camlno; 



XV .T T»iocii«M^ . <*1 3215-17 Irvtog; owner. Doel- ! ^,**® 2353 Prospect; owner. Gertrude ^,^^^ ^,..,^ .,. ^..-.-w w. ^w,.- 

STORE and restaurant 824.000; Lotlf^' ^on^'^c^or. Richmond Electric; ' S^,^"*®";^*"^"*^^*''"- ^rumount El;,,^^^^,^^ ^^^ „.^„ Qi^rix^ gx- 

11 BUc 1, 5th Ave; owner. P Zan- ^® outlets; 16 switches; 16 Plugs ; j "gf^^Jl^- .! change Bldg., Ssattis, Wash.; tpss. 

^^ service. ! w ^006 Shattuck, owner, -I 1747s. Aarii it. 10 A. M 

692 1486-88 17th Ave; owner, Doel- ! '=*'"*'**^*<'^' I'a^mount Elec; 7 ^ix- ",*'"' ^'*"' '^ '" ^ ""• 
ger, contractor, Richmond Electric ; i ^^i^^' ^^^ tt^^,,.«_. „, „ ! 'pilp^n Construction Co., 4880 NW. 



ownT;. HUl^IeMrterTalCo co^^^ 16 °"tlets; 16 swltcjies: 16 plugs ,' 1 pj^mi Hopkins ; owner. WG . p^„r. Portland, Ora 
tractor D D BohZn n on >«a ^«« service. ^ * 'Parker; contractor. Paramount El; Pacific Bridge Co.. 883 

SteoD? »°^^°«°. «59 San ^^3 1326-28 8th Ave ; owner. Doel- ' ^f °""«^^ " switches; 22 plugs ; j g3^*|4i°„5ico8! ciuf 



Keamf St, 



Censtruetlng Bridge Ovsr North Fork 
of Middle Fork of AmsHoan Riv- 
er, Tshec National Forsst, PUosr 
County, Calif. 
FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY. 
PUBLIC ROADS ADMINISTRA- 
TION. San Francisco, Callfomls, 
April 3, 1946. Seeded bids will be 
received at the offics of the Public 
Roads Administration, 720 Pbelan 
Building, San Francisco, OaUfornla. 
until 2:00 p.m. on April 2S, ^M9, and 
then publicly opened for furnishing 
the materials and performing ths 
work for constructing a bridge over 



San Francisco 8, Calif, 

ALTER dwelling. 81000; 600 North i^®"^' contratcoc. Richmond Electric; i"'*,*"**^^^- t>,.,„„^. ^^^^, ^, ^ » * ^"e Construction Co., P. (X Box 1 the North Fork of the Mlddfe Fork 
Idaho; owner and contractor. R F I ^^ outlets; 16 switches; 16 plugs; i„JjL . ™.J^;°^®'p ^^^^^^ .^^f^^^ San Pedro. Calif. ; of the American River, Tahoe Na- 

Palmer. '; service. * l?n mUt- o^wi?^;,..- 1 «i^^^^^ Ben C. Gerwlck, Inc.. 112 Maritet | tlonal Forest Placer Cpunty. CaUfor- 

TEMP Office. 81000; 180 N Bay- I ®®* ^14 Athens; owner. V StabiUto; Vor^ sAMicnes, 1 plug, 2 mo- g^ g^ Fntndsco 11. ] nla. The length of the bridge is ap- 

shore; owner and builder. New- I *^°n^'^<=^or, Paalf ic Elec Const Co ; 3 1 79 iaoa A^f^^r, • ««,no.. a ^ irHr«i,^ i Ke-**®^ CO., Inc., P. O. Box 16S2, 1 proximately 500 feet and the principal 
bridge Park Realty Co, 821 Mar- 0""f« ; 3 /witches ; 4 plugs. contractor Moore Elec ' 3 fStu^ ^*"^- « , ^ items of work are approximately as 

ket St. San Francisco. 695 1166 Geneva Ave; owner, Ge- P'**"''^J;^' ^°°J2,,f^^^^ Marine Contractors, Inc., Portland foUows : 1,000 cu. yds. unclassified 

HEADQUARTERS, contractors' 820- i "^^a Bakery ; contractor. Pacific Elec I j. 'Jj. ^nfrlrtor sVotT R»Wn^^- 2 ^ O^*" excavation for structures ; 85.000 fores 

000; El Camino Real; owner, Pe- i Const Co ; motors. outleUt lay^U^h 2 tS^t^^^ Morrison -Knudsen Co., Inc., Hogs account approach grading; 066 cu. 

ninsula General Contractors and I 696-703 Various locations and own- { ""-"^^j l™Sho^^^ ! yds. concrete ; 79,000 lbs. reinforcing 



Bldrs Assip ; contractor, H Holsher . ®" : contractor. Apex Electric ; signs 



407 25th Ave. 



er, A J McCasker; contractor, Scott- 



The Arundel Corp. and L. E. Dixon • steel ; 801,000 lbs. structural steel. 



HILLSBOROUGH 



9845 Gould St; owner and builder, I STORE BUILDING, 840.000; portion 
Ida Mae Baker, 1026 E 12th St ! ^°^^ ^* *"^ l^- Block 5, Primrose; 



.704 2461 Ocean Ave; owner. Dr Buttner 10 outlets 6 awitche^^^^ ^ ^- ^^^^ '^^«- ^^ Angeles.] The minimum wage paid labor cm- 

tDamelski; contractor. Edlsott Elec ^i"""*"^^ circuits switcnes, 15 1 port of Astoria. Astoria. Ore. ' ployed on this project shaU be In 

'^'^' ?-.^^''F' alteraUons. ^ ; ^ ^f '^^^^ Dwlght; owner, J E Pel- l^^,*^ °' i>ortland. Spalding Bldg.. j accordance with the classified labor 

, 705 1735 Laguna; owner, Loben- ,^^4^ contractor, Scott Buttner; 16 1 ^°^**°'*- „ _. „_,._ ^ ^ ^^ I ^^es set forth In the Special Pro- 



stein; contractor, Edison Elec Const rutTets 15 switches -12 nlues four ^"«*^ S°"°^ ^^^«® * Dredging 1 visions. Plans and specifickuons may 
."> oiiti«>t«. 11 «-ix,it,>h«Q • fl «i„n-a. o"'^'"^' ^" swucnes, iji piug? , lour^^ 2929 16th SW., Seattle. »>- ™„_;_„^ w.. __fr_— ...... ^.^TTA 



SWIMMING POOL, 82000; 426 El Co; 15 outlets; 11 switches; 8 plugs ; circuits "" ''"'"'' i Co.. :i»^» letn SW., Seattle. , be examined by prospecUve bidderii 

^^.. ., «»« ... x,.v..x. o ^xxx...u=« t'"'"°^'°x>^1' °^""^' Mr and Mrs service. { „g 2468 Teleeraoh Ave- owner A' General CtanstrucUon Co., 3840 Iowa at the Public Roads Administration 



W R Crowe. Richmond. 



Monica Blvd, Los Angeles. 



ALTER RESIDENCE, 82500; 1507 '^ ^^^.r^^T^n^ K?k^ 



Co; signs. 



77 2513 Durant; owner, Ralph A 



;45th, Seattle. 



j Rd ; owner 
I 



^„„ _ - , .. ^uxo M^^Lo-ixt. unurri x^^. uii .^i , Sacramento, and at the Associated 

815,000; 920 Culebra 709 1400 Ocean Ave; owner, W R ' Krell ■ contractor Neon En^Ser^ ^^^ ^- ^ttklnson, 807 4th. Seattle. General Contractors' Offices. 216 Pins 

and^ buUder, , Gu^oar Turugy ; contractor, Brite-Llte Neon; ,^0; 1 sign; 1 transformer. !, Matson ConstrucUon Co., 821 Alas- j street San Francisco; 707 Architects' 

T-.- D..-1 - »i . . , , ■,ir_.. o^-**!- Building, Los Angeles, and Hotel 



BERKELEY 



Livingston, 825 El Camino Real; 
builder, George A Cole. 



ALTER, 81500; 2900 Grove Street; 'RESIDENCE, 86000; Lot 12, Block 11, 
owner, DeWitt Tyler, prem; con- j Azella; owner and buUder, John 
tractor. A Salal. 10035 E 14th St. ' Buchanan. 1468 Balban. 
Oakland. 1 ICE CREAM BOOTH (Community 

ALTER, 81000; 981 Euclid; owner, I Market), 81700; 1425 Burllngame 
J A Murry, prem ; contractor, H I Ave ; owner and builder, John W 
W Fry. 1126 ETverett Ave. Oakland. ' Jackson. Box 5. Belmont. 

DWELLING. 3-room. 87000; 1511 Ju- .RESIDENCE. 89000; Lot 4. Block 10, 
lia ; owner and builder, George R Ray Dr ; owner, M G Hamer, 291 
Jones, 1511 Julia. | Umes, Mlllbrae; builder, W H May, 

ALTER, 84500; 2516-26 Grove St; , 1801 Notre Dame. Belmont 

owner. Unsley Lohr. 2117 Dwlght 1 ALTER APARTMENTS, 820,000; Lot 
Way ; contractor, Frank A Stead. 5, Block 9, Highland ; owner and 
1950 Addison St I builder, M N Cabral, 17 Highland. 

ADDN, 8850; 907 ^ Channing; own- ALTER APARTMENTS, 825.000; Lot 
er and bulder. Chas A Ahlgren. ! 6. Block 9, Highland ; owner and 
907 Channing. builder, M N Cab\;^l, 19 Highland. 

STOREROOM, 8500; 2408 Jefferson; 'RESIDENCE, 811.000; Lot 9, Block 5, 



ADDN, 8500 ; 6125 Tevls St ; owner i Williams ; owner and buUder, 

and builder, Ellis J AUen, prem Rothe, 789 El Camino Real . Klint 2410 Easton Dr BurlinpamA sien "' -v.u, .1 oig", * nauoiuimcr. ,. .™ c^.tlP 

^ ALTER RESIDENCE, 86000; 925 El R^"nTrM<-^ «9ft^ t^* ^i^^ 71^ ,«,,,,,,.= ,.,0 w , I 78 2377 Shattuck; owner, L H Mc- *^^ ^^^^ ^<*"*« 

Camino Real; owner' Mrs R H ^^i^^^^^' ^^fS^' ^^ ^^Gert - /10-713 167-171-175-179 Melrose ;' Qrath ; contractor. Neon Engrg Serv 

Lane; owner and builder. Louis ; owner, Meyer Construction Co; con- pq. 1 sim- 1 transformer 

Rlk?DENbE "*i^'^*tl*^^r ^H ' swifoh'^ ^li" ?^°"°'^= " °"'*''^' ^1 '"^^ 1820 University; o^-ner. Frank | 
RESIDENCE, 820,000 ; Lot 4, Geri switches ; 14 plugs. ! Rrvant • contractor Gardner Elec • ' 1 

Lane; owner and builder, Louis! 714 1311 Gr^t Ave ; owner. Gogna ; ^ new^e^vicr ^^^^^ ^^^- , 

Siracusa 1417 Jasmine, San Mateo. ' contractor. Northern Electric Co ; 23 i ca 1333 2nd St • owner PtLcmc ' 
RESIDENCE, 820,000; Lot 5. Geri , outlets ; 21 switches ; 16 plugs. i gtVel Casting? co^raXr? pSc > . ,^ . 

Lane; owner and buUder. Louis 715 279 6th St; owner, B & M gigc Motor- 2 motors ! BIDS: Ciivil Aeronautics Admin ^_^ 

Siracusa, 1417 Jasmine, San Mateo. 'GrUl; contractor. W H Klreten; Ir gi 21OO Ward Street- owner Van I '•*''**••"» ^^^ ***• ®*^ Santa Monloa, j to the Treasurer of the Unlted'state^ 
RESIDENCE, 820,000; Lot 19, Geri plug. iWinckle; contractor, Fred Schmitz; i ^P""" 8, 10 A. M. Plans, speclflcaUons and proposals 



Relocation of BeaccMU, 

Needles, Prescott and 

Winslow, Ariz. 



Golden, Reno, Nevada. Where copies 
of plans and specifications are re- 
quested a deposit of 810 wiU be re- 
quired to insure their return. If thess 
are not returned within 15 days after 
opening of bids the deposit wUl bs 
"^ j forteited to the Government Checks 
should be certified and made payable 



Lane; owner and buUder, Louis; 716 710 Ellis; owner, N Sahati;'20 outlets; 4 switches; 10 plugs; 18 ' Fisher Contracting Co., 616 S. 7th niay be obtained at the off loo of ths 



owner sjid buUder, J C Coy, 2408 
Jefferson. 
ROOFING, 8630; 2934 Avalon; owner. 



Chf mberlaln ; owner. Ler Kreloff ; 
bui.^er. Custom BUt Homes, 925 
Bayswater. 



Arthur Lasor, prem ; contractor. { STORE AND OFFICE. 835.000 ; Lot 
Bast Bay Roofers. I 31, Block 15, Broadway; owner, 

DWELLING, 4-rm, 85000; 1348 Lin- | Thomas Collan. Box 492, Colma. 
ooto: o*mer and builder, Victor; FIRE REPAIRS, 81500; 1200 Burlin- 
Bender, 1620 Webster St game Ave ; owner and builder, F D 

ALTER, 81000 ; 1173 San Pablo Ave ; | Lorton. 1376 Clayton. 

owner and contractor. Hickey and 1 DUPLEX. 818.000 ; Lot 3, Block 1. 



Stams, premises. 



builder, Lloyd E Reichley. 

nambii^ Pennib 



OAKLAND 



ALTER. 83000; 2886-90 Telegraph; Hardy, 964 Palm Ave, San Mateo. 



owner, Ralph T Lewis, 2888 Tele 
grai^; contractor, C A Relnhait, 
8526 Bancroft Oaikland. 
OFFICES, doctor's, 840.000; 2500 Ash 



Albemanle ; owner and builder, H J 



1222 Franklin St; owner, Dons; 
dealer, P Schoenfeld; 1 fixture. 

1526 E 15th St ; owner, ; deal- 
er, J A Freltas; 2 gas outlets. 

5838 Vallejo St; owner, J Galvey; 



DEMOLISH ANNEX, _.; Lot 4, 

Block 2, Lorton Aye; owner, Por- ^ 

tola Hotel. Lorton Ave ; demoUshsr, ' dealer, O Hansen '; 5 fixtures. 
James Hame, 868 California Dr. 2121 Mitchell St • owner MoTVvn 

by Ave; owner, Dr Wm B Marsh. | RESIDENCE, 88600; Lot 12, Block 12, 1 ourt dealer J A T^i^- iSti 
2880 Bancroft; contractor, Harold, carolan Ave; owner, Howard L' ^' ' '' 'rrtxiAa. 10 fix 



Prospective Bidiiers 



Siracusa. 1417 Jasmine. San Mateo. ! contractor, W H Kirsten ; 66 plugs, motors - 6 circuits. 
RESIDENCE, 815,000 ; 830 Black Mt } 717 599 Post ; owner. Echo Cafe ; j ' 

Rd ; owner, E M Rlcker ; builder, ! contractor, W H Kirsten ; 8 outlets ; j 

Ohlimd & Co, 1427 Burllngame Ave, 3 switches ; 3 plugs. | 

Burllngame. j 718 356 Davis ; owner, Half Moon I 

ALTER RESIDENCE, 8700 ; 959 Bur- ' Fruit & Producta ; contractor, G Vac- 

lyana Rd; owner, Mrs John Nevin; carino; 3 outlets; 3 switches. 

buUder, Lloyd E Reichllng. I 719 1530 California ; owner, Mr 

ALTER RESIDENCE, 8500; 966 Bar- j Patterson ; contractor. Malm ft Wel- 

llngame Rd; owner. Orman Lewis; ter; 4 plugs. 

720 147 Park St ; owner. Short ; ^ ; 
contractor. Eureka Electric; 3 out- "*" 
lets; 2 switches; 2 plugs. 

721 3634 Geary; owner, KeUy; con- 
tractor, Richmond Electric; 2 out- 
lets; 2 plugs; service. 

722 W 24th Ave 50 N Judah ; own- 
er. Doelger; contractor. Richmond 
Electric; service. 



San Francisco. 



Truck Terminal and Service 
Stadoo, Sacramento 



Schanchs Construction ft Bnginssr- 
ling, St LoiiiS, Mo. 

Theo. Scott, 4405 S. Normandle Ave., 
Los Angeles. 

Shipyard Construction Co., 2tB9 
Cherry Ave., Long Beach. 
' Wlckes Elnglneering ft Construction 
^ ! Co., Des MoHnes, Iowa. 
rTTI T TZZT'T^irTZ .m w-Zi ocean Constructors, 135 Stockton 
BIDS: Assoelstsd <^ Co. 70 Nsw ' prahcisca 
Montgomery Strsst. 8sn Franeisoo, , 
April 6. \^ ) . -^ 

sa^SSSt: '"^"- ""■ «"»'«•■• 1 1 Dbn>«.diiw, D»ioIitio««a 

Bingham Constr. Co., 4826 Jay St, ! 



St, Phoenix, Ariz. | Public Roads AdministraUon, 720 

Petersen Engineering Co., 4126 26th, ' phelan Building. San Francisco 2, 

California. CHAB. C. MORRXB, Dlrl- 
sion EIngineer. 

(DaUy Pacific Builder) 
(April 6, 1946) 



Sacramento. 

Transwestern Construction Co. 1402 ] 

\ Front St, Sacramento. 1 

! Markwart Co.,. Box 2071, Sacra- ! 

36631 5539 Grove St ; owner. Chas j "|"oiie. Inc, 8461 San Leandro St.. \ 



OAKLAND 



Proto ; contractor. P A Jones ; 2 fix- I Oakland 



tures; 4 pluga 

86632 336 12th St; owner. Electric 

Blue Print Co; contractor, Spott El 

Co; 1 outlet; 1 plug. 

I 36633 NW Cor 39th and Telegraph 

Site Neon Co; 

I ^f.^ TTmi t A xjti contractor. Paramount Electric Co; 

ALTOR, 81300; 2337 7th St; o_wner, ALTEHl RESIDENCE, ^; 912 Osk'd^llr,C Tro1^7; = 3 T^^^^^ B,,^. ,^„ 

Grove; owner and builder, A C. inno 42nd Ave- owTier T J M«ftw.. ' ««^, 2730-32 Park Blvd. owner, 

I1S 1? M^r^J'T^/l^f.i.^f*": PP» Heraty; contractor, Johnston 



Paige. 6661 Oak Grove Ave, Oak- 
land; architect J K Ballantlne, 
137 Harlan Place. 



Griffin. Jasmin 
buUder. R 
Ave. San Mateo, 



tures ; 1 gas outlet 

- „ . _.^,3?*)!J?J I «rai Senlca; owner. A F Bemson; ' a vir^w^VJ c""^ "^T 
E Broderick. 130 12th ! dealer. A T Bemsen; 2 fixtures. '*' o^"*"*. Special 



St, 



l-f 



Removal ol Temporary 
Boildingi and Govemment 

Prop«rtj, Pre mit ai of 
CbevroWt Moior Co., 10626 
E. 14th St., Oakland, Calif. 



QassTied Advertising 



POSITION WANTED 



V P Sata, prem ; contractor. Dillon 
Rfg Co. 5212 San Pablo Ave. 



CITY OF SACRAMENTO 



Klunert 912 Oak Grove. 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



dealer. F Neartiood; 6 fixtures; 8 gas ^ Elec; outret^: switch^; fixtures; pL 



Fred J. Early. Jr., 360 Pine Street, i BIDS: U. t. Englnssr Offlo^ 74 

San Francisco. , Nsw MentgOmsry tC, San Franolsoe; 

j Serial No. (M-20S-40-12; April 0^ t 

▲ I p, M. 

Combs Bros., Box 97. San Lsandro. 
I H«as Construction Co.. 880 Msr- 
I chants' Erghsnge Bldg., San Fimn- 
'cisca 

Charles L. Harney, 628 ICarkst St. 
San Francisco 



outlets. 



36635 8607 E 14th St; owner. Pul- 



I i> 



QUANTITT StTRYKTOR, ABCB 
DRAFTING. ESTIMATIirCk WTMBLH 
SUPERVISION. Havs 80 jtm. 
want oonneotion with 
painting contractor or boms 
in San Francisoo. Pboos JU. 6>S 
or reply Box 48, c/o DaUy 
Builder. 



Radio Range Stations N 
San Diego, Long B ea ch, 
Daggett, Bakerofieid and 
Fresno, California 



9426 Burr St: owner. Smith; dealer, I iiam. contrs^ctor, Johnston El^tric; 

DWELLING. 5-room frame, stucco I DWELLING, 4-room. 82700; Ptn J^t\S^''^it:oy^t^:ir£^:''S^'iy''''}^^J «^!^1^; ^i*^"^^L?i^«^ 



53 Swanston Acres; owner, D F ; wm^ouai -" sT Vixliu^'a ■ 2~^ ' n»7uT- ' -n.*?^® *®^^ Tompkins: owner. Cal 
Nyrop. 592 34th St; contractor, i I'^f^'i?!; LI .™1; ^ ^ . ^i^il?!!- I ^^l**^ ^ contractor. Johnston _ Elec ; 



and wood shingle, 86500; 171 San 

Antonio Way; owner, F J Ollveri; iNyrop, uvz ana ax.; coniracior, ; 1426 41 at Av*.- nwn<ir 

contractor, Chas Guth, 1515 27th Dive Hill. 900 Swanston Drive. Wm SouJa 1 Vlxt^^ 

St; arohltect Frederick Harrison. DWELLING. 6-room frame, ^qq^x) .! w™ ^ouza . 1 fixture. 



REPAIRS and new ramp. 81000; Q 
and Front Sts; owner. California 
Packing, Inc; contractor, Holden- 
er Constr Co, 2608 R St 

DWELLING. 5-room frame, stucco 
and wood shingle, 86500; owner 
and builder, H Jackson. 3501 40th 

DUPLEX, frame and stucco, comp ' 
roof, 88000; 2776 24th St; owner, 
George Allen; contractor, Mike 
Furtado. 1819% W St 

DWELLING, 4-room, frame, stucco, 
oomp. roof, 84000; 1006 SSrd St; 
owner and builder. 



-«.,..»,««. ^ . „ *276 47th Ave; owner. 

Lot 10 Unit No 3, Sierra Oaks Vis- , wm Souza ; 1 fixture, 
ta; owner and builder, J H flat- 
ten. 1528 F St. 



STORE bldg, concrete block, 83500 ; ■ outlets 



2594 Truman Ave ; owner Van Ness ; 1 1 plug 
dealer. J A Fazio; 5 fixtures; 3 gas 366^ 



- ; dealer, ^ outlets ; switches ; fixtures ; plugs. 

I 36637 1173 19th St; owner, Mrs 
-; dealer, Barrett, contractor. Crescent Elec 
Co ; 9 outlets ; 1 gwltcn ; 7 fixtures : 



STRU CTJJRAL ENGINKHB, 
ISTERED. Mechanical and 
engineers seek structural ■■soolsts t* 
form consulting engineering flisk Bay 
Area. Reply Box 45, c/o Dallr Padfls 

— :: — ▼ i J. D. Balllhger St Co., 1906 Cypress ; Builder. 4/8-4-C-«-§/4t 

BIDS: CAA. 1500 4th SL, S*nts ' gt, Oakland. 
Monica, April », 10 A. M. George Petersen A S<hi. 1841 Baa- 

M. H. Golden Construction Co., 8480 1 ctxat Ave.. San Leandro. 
Noell St. San Diego. 1 whaUn Bros.. 2043 23rd Ave., Oak- 

Charles J. Dorfman, 124 N. La Brea i^^d. 



HELP WANTED 



«»a 36638 Bay Shore Blvd and Davis 
St; owner. Osborne Engr Co; con- 



3 119 Citrus Heights No 5; owner and i ahq MacArthur Rlvrf • own^r v„, 7 ' °'^^' Osborne Engr Co; con 
r builder. Robt Woods. 220 Bonner, i phy d^e^^ BieralA TtotJIS" ' fT^°'' P*d ^°°^« ^'^^'^^^ ^°' °" 

STORES, 10 frame, 835.000; Ptn S% T^s o^tlete. ®^*"°"' * '***'"'**•: ^«^:«^*tche8 i motors. 
^ of SH of Sec 19 Twp 8; owner and r incomer 4th and M»di«nn ^- ' „ ^®*^o telegraph Ave. and Wil- 
buUdlr. O E Koshell 830 Fon,m c^V S^^A'St ^Ji«^^°°..?.*fJ "^^« .?^' £™'. ^^1!^ "^^f. 



Bldg. 



WAREHOUSE, frame. 83000; Ptn 
S% of SM Sec 19 Typ 8; owner 
and buUder, G E Koshell, 830 For- 
um Bldg. 



owner. Merchant Shippers ; dealer, contractor, Del Monte Elec; ouUets; 

J Tancredy ; 6 fixtures. pi^gg . alterations • 

A^^* ^^^'^' ^°^^I' ^^**»««"J 36640 9918 Edes St ; owner, Wayne 

Tmi "yS* ^'S^^^iJf?'?"^*^ * J*^«» <^°i contractor. Pine Elec 

10135 Edes St; owner, Landberg ; Service; new service, 

dealer. Wm Ambrose; 5 fixtures. 36641 550 MwSSi Blvd; owner. 



PLTICHASINO AGENT for Build 
, . „ «* '°if Materials Firm, thoroughly fa- 

Ave.. Los Angeles. „^^ „ „ _, I Peter Sorensen. 027 ArgueUo St., miliar with Lumber. Permanent Sta,is 

Kashner-Bender, Inc.. 704 8. Spring R«iwood City. 1 exp. and salary expected RsdIv Box 

St. Los Angeles. ,^ ^ _^ ^ o*no ^ ^ RAndall, 8032 MacArthur 42, c/o DaUy l4clfiVBuild«T 

N. P. Van Valkenburgh Co.. 8600 Blvd.. Oakland. ' ^^-4-iiyss 

San Vicente Ave., South Gate. j k. R. C. Construction Co.. 2068 All- va-^-^-ww 

R. A. Wattson Co., 6628 Ylheland gton Way, Berkeley. SHINGLE and SHAICK nnnvr\tn 

Ave., North Hollywood. Charles Wialt, 666 Mission St. Baa f5mSn ^d iU^<2SS>^S 

CaUf ornia Lead Cable SpUdng Co, ] Francisco. ' working with and sunorvistor^ «« 

12012 S. Atlantic Blvd., Compton^ ; Herman itlsrack, 675 6th St, SWi of from 5 to irShSS^^T^d^Z 

Newbery Electric Corp., 1038 Venlos pranclsca i . ™™ ° ^ ^* snmgiers. Peninsula 

Blvd., Los Angeles. 



Alcorn Fence Ca, 3340 San Fer- 
nando Rd., Los Angeles. 

United States Constructloa Oorp« 
111 E Chartres St. Anaheim. 

Shipyard Constructl<m Ca, 
Cherry Ave., Long Beach. 



J. H«.r, BTTi,. M« w St, B«»- 1 R^r^'r'cATiJsr'Ssa 



eley, 

Stolte, Inct.. 8451 San Leandro St. 
Oakland. 

Cleveland Wrecking Co.. 2800 Srd 
St. San Fmnciseo. 

Dolan Building Supplies a Wre^- 



Buildsr. 



4/S-4-».t-0/4i 



ARCHITECTURAL DRA1T8MAN, 
full time. Salary open. Call XyUrmOkm 
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PLANS and 
Speculations 



i^J^**^'"^^**"- Gen. Omar Brad- 
it?i Tf ^/a^3 administration head, 
wl! I «>°atruction of veteran's 
«^/i^^* "* ^'r^ delayed by the 
^lnwlU^ngnes8 of contractors to bid 

k M-f 'H* y.^ *^ authorization to 
bmld, but IS unable to obtain low 
enough bids from the construction 
industry. 

oOo 
Oakland: Financial and engi- 
neering plana for highway and 
street projects in Alameda and sev- 
eral other Bay area counties are 
being mapped for a scheduled hear- 
mg by the Joint Legislative Fact 
Jmding Committee on Highways, 
Streets and Bridges which will be 
heard before June 1. 

oOo 
San Franciaco: A program to 
rehabilitate recreational projects 
at 11 local housing projects has 
been announced by Robert Long, 
chief of mana^ment of the San 
Francisco Housing Authority. Cost 
18 expected to be $15,060, and will 
include painting and rnodemizing 
of halls, etc., and playground wor£ 

oOo 

Holly wtwd; The extinct pre-war 
gambling fleet which once anchor- 
ed off Santa Monica, may be re- 
vived if plans of "Admiral" Tony 
Comero develop. A former trans- 
Atlantic luxury liner is reportedly 
being refitted at a west coast dry- 
dock and redesigned to become the 
floating Monte Carlo. 
oOo 

Hunters Point: The San Fran- 
cisco Houing Commission announc- 
'Hi recently that the Hunters Point 
housing project will be recondition- 
ed, including weatherproofing, in- 
terior wall repairs, painting, and 
other needed work. 
oOo 

Redwood City: The board of su- 
pervisors has given priority in the 
following order to county projects: 
new juvenile home, relief home ad- 
dition, Community Hospital wing, 
laundry at the hospital, Canyon 
Sanitarium addition, iail additions, 
and five memorial ouildings for 
recreation in Daly City, South San 
Francisco, San Mateo, Redwood 
City and Coastaide. 

# 

BROWN BEATS BROWELL 
IN GOLF TOURNAMENT 




JallB Pacific Jluil^er 

* LARGEST CONSTRUCTION DALIY IN THE WEST 




Nowi Servi«« 



Fifty-wxth Y< 



-VoL 56— No. 67 



To Help Yet Program, CPA Curtails 
Priorities For CoBstnictifHi Underway 

SrECiAL ntoM THE Daily Pacific 
Buildeb's WASHINGTON BUREAU 

An ever-increasing flow of bulling materials from mamtfactarers 

to supply hooaet and dealers is being forecast tor the remainder oi 

1946, but every foot and pound of material that industry can produce 

will be needed if goals of the vet- 
erans housing program and other 
construction requirements are to 
be met, Civilian Production Admin- 
istration officials said today. 

Output of lumber, for instance, 
is currently lagging 17 per cent 
behind requirements, bricks 18 per 
cent, softwood plywood 29 per cent, 
bath tubs 20 pier cent, sinks 39 per 
cent and cast iron radiation 52 per 
cent. Similar lags behind require- 
ments exist in other essential 
iteihs. 

Another miracle of production — 
this time a peacetime production 
miracle to match the flood of war 
goods turned out by industry when 
the need was urgent — may have to 
be performed by building materials 
suppliers if Housing Stabilizer 
Wilson Wyatt's goals of 1,200,000 
additional homes for veterans this 
year and another 1,500,000 in 1947 
are to be achieved. 

Comers may have to be cut. 
Labor saving production methods 
may have to be developed. Double 
and triple shifts may have to be 
installed in materials plants in 
some areas. 

American ingenuity, which found 

ways to overcome obstacles of 
supply during the war, may again 
have to devise alternative or sub- 
stitute materials when bottlenecks 
develop, CPA officials say. 

The long-term outlook, however, 
is good. While in local areas the 
availability of some essential 
items may be spotty, and may be- 
come worse before it gets better, 
the underlying trend by mid-year 
should be toward a more stable 
I and satisfactory flow of materials 
generally. 
The most critical period will 



SAN FRANCiSCO. MONDAY appii s. 1946 



PRICE 15 CENTS PER 




Ray Brown of Gladding, McBean : probably appear in the third quar- 
t Co., won the Builders' Exchange I ter. The reridential construction 



flight of the City Golf tournament, 
which ended March 81, in a tight 
match with Walter Browell of the 
John Cassaretto Company. 

The match, played on the Hard- 
ing Park course, went 19 holes, with 
Brovm sinking the winning putt 
on the last hole to cinch the match. 



program by that time will have 
gained a good start toward its re- 
bust postwar production clip. Build- 
ers of houses part way finished 
will be anxious to get the mate- 
rials to complete them before Win- 
ter closes in. New builders bv the 
score will be reachinc: for the items 



SUMMERBFIL ROOF STRUCTURES 

17A6 Thirteenth St., Oakland, Calif, 



From San Francisco 
ENtcrprise 10930 



from other exchanges 
TWinoaks 3622 






BURKE FORM CLAMPS 



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SNAP TIES TIMBER RINGS CURING COMROUN9 

EXPANSION JOINT COLUMN CLAMPS SCREED SUPPORTS 

THREADED RODS REINFORCED PAPER 

All Types of Concrete Construction Specialties 

W. J. BURKE & CO., Inc. 

780 Bryant Street - San. Francisco • Phone GArfield 8768 



as 



Associated Wood Products Co. 

Fabricators and Erectors of 
TIMBER TRUSSES 

1335 SIXTH ST., Berkeley 2, Calif. 



Berkeley 8317 






FULLER 

SHOWER 

DOORS 



C4S4t ii€f! 



MU 




needed to start additional new vet- 
erans' housing units. 

September and October, trade 
association officials say, may be 
vBry rough going. 

But on the otiier hand, efforts 
currently are under way to stimu- 
late expansion of all key mate- 
rials and also their production fa- 
cilities to start toward market a 
flow of materials sometime this 
year which will be lars^ enough to 
cope with demands wnen the vet- 
erans' housing program hits its 
stride. 

RATINGS CHANGE 
As the latest enabling step in 
this direction — ^the channeling of 
critically short building materials 
into the veterans' housing pro- 
gram — CPA this week amended its 
priorities assistance regrulation to 
sharply curtail assignment of CC 
preference ratings in the non-hous- 
ing field. 

Up until this week, CPA had 
issued CC preference ratings for 
the procurement of scarce build- 
ing materials to break bottlenecks 
on any projects which were under 
way, and where completion would 
be delayed for lack of the needed 
materials. 

Critical items for which CC pref- 
erence ratings were issued (under 
Priorities Regulation 28) to break 
bottlenecks included brick, lumber, 
clay sewer pipe, cast iron radiation, 
millwork and pljrwood. 

Hereafter CC ratings to obtain 
these scarce materials will be giv- 
en only "to complete construction 
of plants and other structures 
needed to produce items desig- 
nated by CPA to be critical from 
a national viewpoint, or to com- 
plete construction which is neces- 
sary to the public health or safety". 
CPA ofBcials say this means that 
hereafter CC preference ratings 
will be issued only to concerns 
waiting to complete new plants to 
produce critical items such as mill- 
work, lumber, gypsum board and 
lath, batJi tubs, cast iron soil pipe 
and fittings, clay sewer pipe, cast 
iron radiation, structural clay tile, 
common or face brick, concrete 
building: blocks, construction ply- 
wood, hardwood flooring, prefab- 
ricated houses, and prefabricated 
sections and panels. 

Thp only other kind of project 
underway which will get CC pref- 
erence assistance will be struc- 
tures required for the public 
health and safety whose construc- 
tion, such as hospitals, schools, 
sanitariums, police station facili- 
ties, and fire department struc- 
tures. 

The foregoing action will help 
speedy completion of plants to 
product critical building items, 
which, in turn, will result in high- 
er production of the items gener- 
ally in the critical two-year period 
ahead. 

"It is anticipated that with cur- 
tailment of non-eSiSential and de- 
f e r r a b I e construction activities 
through the construction limitation 
order issued March 26, which gave 
veterans housing priority over all 
other new construction, there will 
be sufficient quantity of critical 
construction materials available to 
meet the needs of authorized con- 
struction without necessity for is- 
suance of preferance ratings", the 
CPA said. 

That CPA saw the need for rap- 
idly completing building materials 
plants now under construction so 
that over - all output of critical 
items may be enlarged, however, 
was seen in the agency's action to 
continue to issue CC preference 
ratings for such projects. 



Concrete Cutting 
Compressors Rented 

PORTABLE >^^LI>ERS 

Air Tools of AU Kinds 

CLEJMENTINA CO. 

2277 JERROLD AVENUE 
Phonp MT«MHAn 1«;.^6-<I755 





WANT MBI 



Does anyone want a competent 
secretary — a secretary who can 
handle a typewriter as well as a 
pair of nylons ? I was until recent- 
ly, and VERY RECENTLY-<m- 
ployed by Groover. 

it it It 

Groover may be "sweetni^ss-and- 
light" to you, but to me he is a 
combination of Harold L. Icfkes and 
James Caesar Petrillo, with a dash 
of tabasco sauce. 

it it it 

He is a "piler-upper" and a **put- 
ter-offer" with tiie soul of a pack 
rat (or perhaps, just a "rat"). 
• • • 

When a work-file is filled up, 
will he let me clean out the dead 

MODERN STREAMLINED STORES, offices and homes are using tl^ Jlhlffile! Does^^iS'oie ^wSit^to 
new aluminum awnings which lend beauty and ntility not afforded 'hid on four pounds of notes, and 
through ordinary •wnings. Compact, they roll up into a recess ©ver i^'^PP^"^%^." ^^ ^^"^ ^^^^^ harbor 
the store front when not in use. Durable, they laat forever. This investigation 
picture shows how they compare with old style awning at left of photo. 



For Better Bmlding - - 

Aluminum Awnings Give Distinctive Beauty 



-k it it 

Did you read his column for Fri- 
day? And to think I haVe given 
that man the best years of my 
life — I have slaved and worked my 
fingers to the bone for htm. 
it it it 

I hat« him! 



Newest building accessory, and 
perhaps one of the most distinctive 
in appearance, is the aluminum 
awning. 

An achievement in architectural 

design, these new awnings roll up 

jlike an ordinary canvas awning, 

but into a more compact unit which 

is unusually attractive. 

Adaptable to both homes, stores 
and factories where shade is de- 
sired, they have been installed in 
many of the country's leading de- 
partment stores, fashion centers 
and merchandise marts. 

Gimbel's and Macy's, both of 
New York, have used them for 
nine years, with no repairs being 
necessary to maintain their dis- 
tinctive beauty and utility. 

Nearest local installation is at 
the Grand Lake Hardware store, 
3316 Grand avenue, Oakland. 

The awning is made of inter- 
locking aluminum slabs, finished in 
baked aluminum enamel, or with 



Each installation is custom made 
and installed by especially-trained | 
crews. Deliveries can be made lo- i 
cally in about six weeks. 

An installation of these new 
awnings will cost about two-thirds 
times more than an initial instal- 
lation of new canvas. However, 
there is no upkeep cost. 

A variety of models are avail- 
able for your selection. 

Aluminum awnings are fade- 
proof, waterproof, fireproof, rust- 
proof, ripproof, mildewproof, and 
can be raised or lowered by a child. 

They are distributed locally by 
the Aluminum Awning Dlstribu- 




"MARGUERITE". 

■#- 



BUILDING OFHOALS MEET 



Cement Production 
15,922,722 Barrels 

During 1945 the production of 
cement in Califomia totaled 16,- 
922,772 barrels, valued at $23,469,- 
027 f.o.b. plant, of which 7,481,404 
barrels, worth $9,686,081, came 
from five northern Califomia mills, 
and 8,441,868 barrels, worth $18,- 
782.946, came from six southern 
Califomia mills. The 1945 output 
was an increase in both amount 
and value over that of 1944, which 
amounted to $14,599,752 barrels 
valued at $21,249,620. 

Shipments of cement during 
1945 were made from 11 mills in 
nine counties to the extent of 15,- 
864.134 barrels, valued at $28,469,- 
662 f.o.b. plant, as compared with 
14,947,713 barrels worth $22,482,- 
794 in 1944. During the y^KX llT» 
mills operated in northern Cali- 
fornia, one each in Calaveras, Con- 
tra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara 
and Santa Cruz counties, which 
shipped a total of 7,446,421 bar- 
rels, valued at $9,659,943; and six 
mills in southern Califomia, three 
in San Bernardino county and one 
each in Kem, Los Angeles, and 
Riverside counties, which shipped 
a total of 8,417,713 barrels, valued 
at $13,809,719. 

A mill in San Bemardino coun- 
ty which has been idle for several 
years, resumed production during 
1944. The mill m Merced county 
was sold and the company has been 
liquidated. 

The annual capacity of the Cali- 
fornia cement mills, according to 
the U. S. Bureau of Mines, was 
27,740,000 barrels as og Jan. 1, 
1946, as compared wth 27,390,000 
barrels for Jan. 1, 1945. During 
the year an average of 2,303 men 
were employed in the above mills. 
# 

C.E.D. MEET POSTPONED 



, _. pital needs. The governor expres 

« Alutninite", an anodized process 1 sed the thought that nearly IJtJX^* 
which gives them a satin finish. |beds, and facilities should be added. 



A meeting of the Central Dis- 
trict of the Pacific Coast Building 
Officials Conference is being call- 
tors. Inc., Monadnock building, San [ed by A. W. Russell for April 11 
Francisco. Telephone SUtter 1997. i in the Sir Francis Drake hotel. 

^ j Lunch will begin at 12:16 p. m., 

and the afternoon will be given 

Sacramento: An advisory coun- over to an open discussion of build- ment of the program will be made 
cil has been named by Govemor jng code problems. later. 

Warren to survey the state's hos- 



The Construction Equip ment 
Distributors meeting, schedvued for 
Apr. 8. has been postponed to Apr. 
15. 

The meeting vnW be held at 6:80 
p. m., in St. Julian cafe, 140 Bat- 
tery street. Complete announce- 



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All slass used is J full 7/32 inch thick. Doors arc 
equipped with a special roller catch that rolls the door 
shut. Heavy concealed cast corner braces sive Fuller 
shower doors extra strensth and riaidity. 

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DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



MONDAY. APRIL 8. 1946 



ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION REPORTS 



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4/8/46 •• 4 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

MEDICAL-DENTAL, BUILDING 

Cost $500,000 

SAN FEIANCISCO. Northeast comer 
Geary Blvd. and Sixth Ave, 

Construction of six-story and base- 
ment reinforced concrete medical- 
dental building, with basement to 
be used for a garage: fireproof 
materials, etc., to provide about 
60 physicians and dentists. 

Owner— Dr. Ellsworth P I;idenmuller, 
129 Clement St, San Francisco. 

Architect— W. D. Peugh, 333 Mont- 
gomery St., San Francisco. 



POULTRY SCIENCE LABORATORY ! Owner— Columbia Steel Co., Indus- 
Cost $300,000 ! trial Rd., Pittsburg, and Russ Bidg., 
DAVIS, Yolo County, Calif. Davis ' San Francisco. 

Campus of University of Calif omik. Plans by Engrg. Dept of Owner. 
Construction of two-story reinforced ' Plans are being figured by a se- 

concrete poultry science laboratory iected list of coatractors. 

building. j 

Owner— Board of Regents of the Unl- 4/8/46 ••12 

verslty of California, Robert Q. PLANS BEING FIGURED— 

Sproul, president, Berkeley. BIDS OPEN APRIL 15, 5 P. M. 

Architect— Donald P. Smith, 58 Sut- ; LABORATORY BLDG. ADDN 



ter St, San Francisco. 



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4/8/46 

PREPARING PRELIMINARY 

PLANS 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

Cost $5,000,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. Comer Masonic 
Ave. and Geary St, on the site of 
the old Calvary Cemetery. 



4/8/46 

PREPARING PRELIMINARY 
PLANS 

SCHOOL BUILDING Cost $280,000 
SAN LELANDRO, Alameda Ca. Calif, i 

Ave- . 



I SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, San Ma- 
! teo Co., Calif. 
B Construction of addition to chemical 
; laboratory building. 
! Owner — Bethlehem Pacific Coast 

Steel Corp., 20th and Illinois Sts., 

San Francisco. 



Construction of two-story department | Architects — Dragon, Schmidts &. 



Woodrow Wilson School, W. Ave- Plans by Engrg. Dept of Owner. 

nue 129. — ! Plans are being figured by a se- 

Construction of elementary school Iected list of contractors. 

building to include 20 classrooms, j 

kindergarten, cafeteria, adtninistra- • 

tive offices and auditorium, ; r~ ^.^« 

Owner -~ San Leandro Elementary ; 14-17 ^PUBLIC BLDGS. 

School District 



NEWS INDEX 

^r convenient reference, newt 
r^pTt» In this section are clasel- 
ffe* as foriows: 



Commercial BIdgs. 
Eduoatlonal BIdgt. 
^eapMale 
ItirtMstrtal BTdge. 
illc Buildings 
|Uus Buildings 



1- I 

9-10 

11 

12-13 

14-17 

18-19 



dwial, ReoreaMonal BIdgs. 20-21 

MMdentiai Buildings 



Transportation BIdgs. 
Miscellaneous Btdgs. _ 



22-26 

27 
28-30 



4/8/46 . ;{ 

TO START WORK 

COLD STORAGE PLANT 

Est. Cost, $120,000 

SAN JOSE, Santa Clara Co., CaUf. 
480 Lincoln Avenue. 

Construction of cold storage plant; 
site area 70,000 sq. ft 

Owner — Low Temperature Co., sub- 
sidiary of Lawrence Warehouse 
Co., 37 Drumm St, San Francisco. 

Lessee — U. S. Products Corp., Race 
St. and Moorpark Ave., San Jose. 

Contractor— W. W. Williamson, 320 
Market St., Ssji Francisco. 

Plans by contractor. 



store building involving the utiliza- 
tion of 300,000 sq. ft ; the new store 
to be accessible from three differ- 
ent parking levels because of nat- 
ural elevations; a tire and battery 
service station and parking space 
for approx. 900 cars. 

Owner — Sears, Roebuck & Co., D. S. 
Tarvid, San Francisco manager; 
H. W. Kingsley, vice-president in 
charge of Pacific territory. Mission 
and Army Sts., San Francisco. 

Architect— W. D. Peugh, 333 Mont- 
gomery St, San FYanciisco. 



4/8/46 
PLANNED 



1.8— COMMERCIAL BLDGS. 

4/8/46 4 

SUB-CONTRACTS AWARDED 
PLANT Cost $16,000 

SACRAMENTO, Sacramento County, 

Calif. 21st and J Sts. 
Construction of one-story building. 
Owner — Haven Saw & Tool Co. 
Architects — Adams & Doggart, 2789 

Riverside Blvd., Sacramento. 
Contractor— H. W. Robertson, 2917 

T St., Sacramento. 
Electric Wiring — Grason Electric Co., 

Sacramento Blvd. 
Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal — 

M. R Carpenter, 907 Front St 
Tile Work— H. P. Fischer Tile & Mar- 
ble Co., 1219 J St 
Steel Sash, Glass and Glazing and 
Overhead Doors — American Fuel & 
Materials Co., 2701 Stockton Blvd. 
Vault Doors— Willis Sawyer, 676 66th 

St 
Roofing— Yancey Co., 2118 K St 
Plastering — Thomas F. Scollan Co., 

P. O. Box 2126. 
Mill Work— Sierra MUl & Lumber Co., 

201 V St 
Painting— Foster & Klelser, 1330 U St 
All of Sacramento. 

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4/8/46 •• 3 

PLANS BEING FIGURED—BIDS 

OPEN APRIL 11, NOON 

WAREHOUSE 

BBRKELEY, Alameda County, Calif. 

7th St and Folger Ave. 
Construction of one-story steel frame 
warehouse building (136x225 ft), 
' with mezzanines on each end ; con- 
j Crete floors, two elevators. 
Owner— Tay-Holbrook, Inc., 900 Alice 
I St, Oakland. 
2 j Architect— J. E. Kraf tt & Sons, 760 
I Market St, Sam Francisco. 



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GARAGE BLDG. Est Cost, $60,000 . .a,.- 
SAN LEANDRO, Alameda Co., Calif. ' *^°^*^ 
SW Cor. E 14th and Castro Streets. 



PLANS COMPLETED 
PHOENIX, Ariz— Architects Les- 



Hardman, 2068 Allston Way, Berk- 1 4/8/46 
•ley. 



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ll_HOSPITALS 



I BIDS WANTED— TO 
APRIL 20, 2 P. M. 
I DRAINAGE PIPING 
;POKT ANGELES, Wash. 



16 
OPENED 



, I Construction ^f new drainage piping, 

4/g/4g •• 11 j etc, at the U. S. Post Of lice. 

CONTRACT AWARDED j Owner— Federal Works Agency, Pub- 

HOT WATER RISERS ^^ Buildmgs Administration, office 

Contract Price $8793 i of the district engmeer, 838 U. S. 
SAN FRANCISCO Health Center i Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 

Bldg., southwest comer Polk and ! Plans and specuications obtainable 

Grove Sts. from the above office of tha district 

Replacement of hot water risers and ' engii»eer. 

branches; Job No. 502. i 

Owner— Department of Public Works, } 

Room 282 City Hall. '4/8/46 "* 

City Architect-Dodge A. Riedy, Rm. Jbids WANTED— TO 



265 City Hall. 



BE 



•• 16 

OPENED 



MAY 6. 2 P. M. 



^°Tehama'"s?^""*° Lawson Co., 466 ,rePAIR POST OFFICE. 



12-13— DflWJSmUAL 
BUILDINGS 



jROSEBURG, Ore. U. S. Post Office. 

I Interior painting, new wood floors, 

I new exterior entrance doors and 

j miscellaneous repairs. 

; Owner — Federal Works Agency, Pub- 
_ i lie Buildings Administration, office 
12 1 of the district engineer, 838 U. S. 

) Appraiser's Bldg., San Francisco. 
Until ' Plans and specifications obtainable 



PLANS ON FILE 



The flaltowing list of plans and apeclfloatlona for oonetructlen 

project* are now available for inspection at the office of DAILY 

f>ACIFIC BUILDER, 409 Tenth Street, San Francisco. 



Wdrfc 



Location 



Bid Opening Date 



Stilling Basin 
Spec 1178 



Central Valley Project 



4- • 



Kings RiVer Wasteway, Etc 
Specif icatflon 1181 



Fresno 



4-10 



Friant-Ke|m Canal 
Specification 1204 



Central Valley 



4-10 



Delta- Mendota Canal 
Spec. 1183 



Patterson 



4-18 



SUB ■ BIDS WANTED 

General oantractors desiring sub-bids on any Job are Invited to make known 
their requirements In this column. There Is no charge for this service. 

Office and Lab. Bldg. and Industrial Relations Bldg., Pallfomia Reaearoh 
Corp., Richmond; Bids open April 12 
E. S. MbKlttrlck Co., 610 16th Street, Oakland (TWln Oaks 5070) 
Swinerton A Walberg Co., 22S Bush St. San Francisco (GArfleld 2980) 
Barrett & Hllp, 918 Harrison Stre et, San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 
M. & K. Corp., 200 Financial Center Bldg., San Francisco (EXbrook 704) 
Carrico (k Gautler, 365 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco (JUnlper 4-8081) 
Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St., San Francisco (GArfleld 8579). 

■ M l — ^. it I ,1 I. ■■■!■- ■■■ I lll ■ lll■■^ — 1 • ■ I - 

Richfield-Davis Bldg., 6Sth and Telegraph, Oakland; Bids open Apr 11, 2 PM 
A. Famell Blair, No. 9 Main Street. San Francisco (YUkon 0390) 
R A. Cullen, 478 Jackson St, San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 
Stolte. Inc., 8451 San Leandro St, Oakland (TRinidad 1064). 



4/8/46 

BIDS WANTED < 

BOISE PROJECT, Idaho. 
May 17, 2 P. M., bids will be received from the above office of the district 
by the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, i engineer, 
Denver, Colo., under Spec. 1282 fori 
furnishing and delivering f,o.b. cars ' 
at the shipping point or f.o.b. cars 



_ _ _ 4/8/46 •• 16 

automobiles .^ ^ — - .----. at Mountain^Some: Wa£o, "stmctu^l ; g'il^ ^^^^^ ^E OPENED 

Owner-Ben A. Beeier Co 928 E 4th M^uildlng to be built on Adams St., steel roof framing, including anchor ; ^ AY 3, 2 P.M. 
0^^ner Ben A. Begier Co., 928 E 4th ! ^j^j^i^g ^^e Adams Hotel, Phoenix, bolts and other embedded material, ! ^^^f^INGBOII^RS 

I Ariz., for the Adams Hotel Co., John for the Anderson Ranch Power Plant, 1 ^°^^,^^^°' Y^^' ^\r' T, 0"»ce- 
; H. Rockwell, president The building j Boise Project, Idaho. The roof f ram- ; Installation of new heating boilers, 
i will cover an area 50x137 feet and i ing will be installed by the eovem- ! _ ^^c, at the U. b. Post Of f ica 

■ -- JO [Owner 



St., San Leandro. 
Architect — Not Selected. 



4/8/46 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

COMPLETED 



will 
, will 



cover an area 
contain 35,000 



. floor space, reinforced concrete con 
! structlon, automobile elevator, con 



R1!:al KSTATE office cost $10,000 ; tlnuously operated "man lift" 
BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif. ' 

Addison St ! 4/8/46 

Construction of reinforced concrete BOND 

real estate office. 
Onwer— Withheld. 
Architect — John Hudspeth, 427 

St, Oakland. 



square feet of | ment. No charge for copies of the 
specifications to prospective bona fide 
bidders; to others, $0.75, not return- 
able. 



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4/8/46 

PLANNED 

SHOPPING CENTER 

Estimated Cost $100,000 

FAIRFAX, Marin Co., Calif. South- 
west comer of Sir Francis Drake 
and Pastorl Ave. 

Construction of shopping center to 
include two l>4-story buildings (76x 
100 ft. each), glass on all four 
sides, 12-ft. panels, arcade entrance 
to each department, for specialty 
shops and large food market, park- 
ing lot. 

Owner — Max Friedman, 28 8th St, 
San FYancisco. 

Architect^Not selected. 

Grading Engineer— Al Raisch, 2048 
Marekt St., San Francisco. 
Grading has been started. 



ELECTION 

SCHOOL BUILDING Cost $157,000 
I LAFAYETTE, Contra Costa County, 

13th i Calif. 

I Construction of additional school fa- 
I cllitles. 

j Owner — Lafayette School District, 
• 4 Lafayette. 

[Architects — Dragon & Schmidts, 2068 

j Allston Way, Berkeley. 

i The district will vote May 17 on a 

ALTERATIONS TO BUILDING ' proposal to issue bonds to the amount 

Estimated Cost $80,000 ; of $157,000 to ftoance the above con- 

SAN FRANCISCO. Sutter St near 1 gtmction. 

Taylor St 

Alterations to buildtog involvtog con- ! 4/8/46 " ** 6 

version of apartment house into woRK STARTED 
medical -dental buildtog. ! STORE BUILDING 

Owner— Dr. Francis Quton, c/o archi- . saN BRUNO, San Mateo County, 



Medical Bldg.. 2340 Ward St^ Berkeley; Bids open April 11, 11 A. M. 
A. J. Hopper Co., 243 Langton St, San Francisco (MArket 7070). 
Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St, San Francisco (GArfleld 8579). 
Andereon-Haglund. Inc., 219 41st St. Oakland 11 (OLymplc 9108). 
Stolte, line, 8451 San Leandro St, Oakland (TRinidad 1064). 



South Palo Alto School, Palo Alto; Bide open April 18, 7:90 P. M. 
Carl N. Swenson Co., S56 Stockton Ave.. San Jose (BAllard 2602) 
Peter Ssjrtorio, 262 Clementtoa St, San Francisco (GArfleld 8317) 



Truck Telrminal & Service Station, Sacramento; Bids open April 8 
Lawrence Constr. Co., S020 V St.. Sacramento (Sacto. 6-3835). 



Warehouse, Tay-HolbrooK, Inc., 7th St and Folger Ave.. Berkeley; Bide 
open April 11, Noon. 
G. P. Wi Jensen & Sons Inc., .^20 Market St, S. F. (GArfleld 2444) 



4/8/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 



tect 
Architect — ^J. Lloyd Conrlch, 698 Mar- 
ket St., San Francisco. 



4/8/46 • 3 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

WAREHOUSE and SHOWROOM 

Est Cost, $17,000 

EAST OAKLAND. Alameda Co., Cal. 

Construction of 1-story stucco ware- 
house and showtoom (140x4O-ft. ) 
plate glass front. 

Owner — Laurel Plbg. Co., c/n EJngr. 

Engtoeer— H. M. O'Neill Co., 610 16th 
St., Oakland. 



4/8/46 • 6 

PREPARING 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

COMMERCIAL BLDG. 

Cost. $1,750,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. South side O- 
Farrell St. between Stockton and 
Powell Streets. 

Construction of eight-story structur- 
al steel and reinforced concrete 
building with three floors of base- 
ment garage : marble and terra cot- 
ta exterior finish ; escalators and 
elevators, air-conditioning through- 
out 

Owner— Kohler & Chase, Charles H. 
Seymour, Mgr.. 26 O'Farrell Street. 

Architect— W. D. Peugh, 333 Mont- 
gomery Street 



Calif. 633 San Mateo Ava 
: One-story frame and stucco store 
building (25x115 ft). 
■ 1 Owner and Builder — Frank A. Polr- 

! ler, 443 San Mateo Ave., San Bruno. 
4/8/46 6 ^ Plans by Merryman & Lane, aaso- 

PREPARING PRELIMINARY ; ciate designers. 443 San Mateo Ave., 

PLANS gj^jj Bruno. 

STORE BLDG. Est Cost $26,000 i « 

SAN FRANCISCO. Lombard St : 4/8/46 * 8 

Construction of one-story frame and STARTING PRELIMINARY PLANS 
stucco store buildtog, tar and gravel gTORE Approximate Coct $18,000 

roof, vitrolite and marble front g^N FRANCISCO. Financial district 

Owner— Rasmussen-Traner Co., c/o Remodel building into men's dothtog 
architect 1 store, one-story and mezzantoe (25x 

Architect — J. Lloyd Conrlch, 693 Mar- ; igQ ^^ ) 
ket St, San Francisco. • Owner-^Withheld. 

' ; Architects— Mendelsohn, Dinwiddle ft 

Hill, 233 Saneome St., San Fran- 
cisco. 



Federal Works Agency, Pub 
lie Buildings Admtoistration, office 
of the district engtoeer, 838 U. 8. 
Appraiser's. Bldg., San Francisco. 

Plans and specifications obtatoable 

I from the absve office of the district 
4/8/46 •• 12; engineer. 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

ADDITION TO PLANT 1 

Estimated Coat, $36,000 I ,^ ,^ w*^. m^n^mrt^ n> w-^r^e 

FRESNO. Fresno Co., Calif. Church 1 18-19 RELIGIOUS BLDGS. 

and Cherry Ava !( ■ — 

Construction of concrete and wood ' 4/8/46 • 10 

addition to traUer plant, 80 ft long, (PLANNED 

to be build across the entire rear ' CHURCH Est Cost, $12,500 

of the existtog plant and to tocrease I SA^N MATEX>, San Mateo Co.. Calif, 
it by nearly 10,000 square feet ''""*" ^""■* ^"'^ 

Owner — Fruehauf Trailer Co. of Cali- 
fornia, G and Mereed Sts., Freeno. 

Plans by Collins Construction Co.. 
Church and Cherry Ave. Fresno. 

Contractor — L. H. Hansen ft Sons, 313 
Palm Ave., Fresno. 



Chemical Lab. Addn., Bethlehem Pacific Coast Steel, South San Francisco; 
Bids open April 15, 5 P. M. 
Barrett & Hllp, 918 Harrison St, San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 



Sheet and TInplate Plant Columbia Steel Co., PitUburg; Bids open April 18 
Barrett A Hllp, 918 Harrison .St., San Francisco (EKJuglas 0700). 



Santa Inez Park. 
Construction of church buildtog. 
Owner — First Baptist Church of Bur- 

lingame, 825 Fadrfield Road, Bur- 

lingame, and San Francisco Bay 

Cities Baptist Union. 



4/8/46 ••IS 

PREPARING 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

LIBRARY BLD<9S. Cost, $1,763,000 

OAKLAND, Alameda County, Calif. 

Construction of new mato library 
building and four branch libraries. 

Owner— City of Oakland, City Hall. 

Architect— Miller ft Wamecke, Fi- 
nancial Center Bldg., Oakland. 
Bonds were voted last May to the 

amount of $1,763,000 to ftoance above 

construction. Sites have not been 

determined, nor exact cost. 



20-21— SOCL^L AND 
RBCREAHONAL BLDGS. 



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4/8/46 

PREPARING PRELIMINARY 

PLANS 



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ALTERATIONS Est Cost $10,000 J^ocf^ ft-rAOTPn 
SAN FRANCISCO. 40 Market St , wo«i\ «> 1 «k 1 tu 



Alterations to restaurant 

Owner — Charles Hemdon, c/o archi- 
tect. 

Architect — J. Lloyd Conrlch; 693 Mar- 
ket St., San Francisco. 



4/8/46 •« 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
APRIL 18, 2 P. M. 
PAINT SHOP VENTILATION 
OAKLAND, Alameda County, Calif. 

12th and Ptoe Sts. 
Paint shop ventilation to Quarter- ' 

master Repair Subdepot, Serial Na ! 

04-203-46-14. i 

Owner — U. S. Engineer Office, 74 New j 

Montgomery St., San Francisco. ! 

Specifications obtatoable from the ; 
above office. 



I OFFICE BUILDING 

Approximate Coat $175,000 

[MIDLAND, Texas. 
Construction of two-story retoforced 

I concrete office building (20,000 sq. 
ft. area), complete air condltiontog 
system, movable partitions, radiant 
heating system. 

; Owner — Honolulu Oil Corp., Midland, 
Texas. 

I Architects — Menhelsohn, Dinwiddle & 
Hill, 233 Sansome St., San Fran- 
cisco. 

' Contractor — A. C. Luther, 6108 Camp 
Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas. 



&-10— EDUCATIONAL 
BUILDINGS 



2-8 



4/8/46 

WORK UNDERWAY 

REMODEL AUTO AGENCY 

SAN FRANCISCO. 2001 Market St 

and Duboce Avenue. 
Remodel Ford-Mercury agency bldg. 
Owner— S. & C. Motors, 2001 Market. 
Architect— W. D. Peugh, 333 Mont- 



•• 10 

BE OPENED 

4/8/46 •• 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

STORE BUILDING 

SALINAS, Monterey County, Calif. 

Constriction of retoforced concrete Owner — Department of Public Works, 
one-story and part basement store | Room 282 City HalL 
building to contato between 55,000 ■■ City Architect — Dodge A. Riedy, Rm. 



, 4/8/46 

I BIDS WANTED— TO 
8' APRIL 24. 2:30 P. M. 
j INTERIOR PAINTING 
j SAN FRANCISCO. (Jalileo 
; School, Polk and Bay Sts. 
; Interior painting of Polk St wtog, 



High 



gomery Street. 
Contractor — H. 
Kearny Street 



E. Rahlmann. 251 



nad 60,0(X) sq. ft of floor space. 

Owner — Mr. Tustin. 

Lessee — Sears, Roebuck ft Co., D. S. 
Tarvid, San Francisco manager; 
H. W. KingsJey, vice-president in 
charge of Pacific territory, Mission 
and Army Sts., San Francisco. 

Architect— W. D. Peugh, 333 Mont- 
gomery St, San Francisco. 



265 City Hall. 

Plans and specifications obtatoable 
from the office of the architect upon 
deposit of $6. 



4/8/46 ••12 

CONTRACT AWARDED 
CONVERT BLDG. 

Contract Price, $96,800 
SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco 

Naval Shipyard. 
Conversion of Bldg. No. 401 to pub- 
lic works shop, under NOy 13254, 
Spec. 17614. 
Owner — ^Bureau of Yards and Docks, 
Navy Dept, c/o Public Works Of- 
fice, S. F. Naval Shipyard. 
Contractor— M ft K Corp., 200 Finan- 
cial Center Bldg. 

Contract awarded on basis of base 
bid deducting Alt No. 4. 

Work involves construction and al- 
teratlQn of two-story frame build- 
tog which shall be used for an in- 
dustrial shop and which includes 
carpentry, floor coverings, plastering, 
steel work, magnesite flooring, the 
moving of an existing structure and 
pavtog. 



4/8/46 • 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 

Coat $50,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. Harrison St near 
Fourth St 

Construction of three-story class B 
industrial buildtog; elevator, tar 
and gravel roof, etc 

Owner— Milo Coffee Co., 759 Harri- 
son St. 

Architect— J. Lloyd Conrlch, 593 Mar- 
ket St 



4/8/46 aO 

PREPARING 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

VETERANS' BUILDING 

CLOVERDALE, Sonoma Co., Calif. 

Construction of wood frame and stuc- 
co veterans' memorial buildtog. 

Owner — Sonoma County. 

Architect — ^J. Clarence Felciano, 4010 
Montecito Ave., Santa Rosa. . 



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4/8/46 ^ 

PREPARING 
PHELIMINARY PLANS 
VETERANS' BUILDING 
SONOMA, Sonoma County, Calif. 
Construction of reinforced concrete 

veterans' memorial building. 
Owner — Sonoma County. 
Architect — J. Clarence Felciano, 4010 

Montecito Ave^, Santa Rosa. 



Bi 



I WELDING SERVICE 

Portable (Day or Contract) — General Repair 
TRAILER CONSTRUCnON TO ORDER 

Hansen and Wagner Welding Co. 

569 SEVENTH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 
'Phone: MA 9668-~Re8. 'Phones: MA 9682. EL 1W2 



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CLAY PRODUCTS 

Specify QUALITY MateriaU 

I N. CLARK & SONS 

lOth & Division Streets - SAN FRANCISCO - KL^ndike i-«462 
Main Office ft Factory. 401 Pacific Ave^ Alameda - LAkehg^gLJifli^ 



PIPE SMOKERS 
REPAH) SERIICE 



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Repoir or Write for Informotion 



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STEELFORMS 

I STEELTUBE CONSTRUCTION TOWERS 
' HEAVY DUTY SWINGING SCAFFOLDS 

STEELFORM CONTRAaiNG CO. 



666 Harrison St 



DO 5583 



fiAMERSTON & GREEN LBMBER eO. 

Wholesale and Jobbing Yards 

LUMBER - TIMBERS - TIES - HR - REDWOOD 

PONDEROSA - SUGAR PINE 



4/8/46 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

COMPLETED 



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STUCCO 



THE 




4/8/46 

PLANS BEING FIGUREI 
BIDS OPEN APRIL 18 
SHEET AND TINPLATE SHOP 
PITTSBURG, Contra Costa Co.. Cal. 
Construction of sheet and tinplate 
shop. 



IMPROVED 



<^^fi -U^la^L 



STUCCO CEMENT 



Mor« ^wd% Per Sock • %prmod% f osier • im%% Sfcrlnkogo 
PACIFIC PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY 



EAGLE ROCK WOOL 



INSULATION 



lATTS • ILANKET V BLOWN TYPES 

SUPPLIERS & APPLICATORS 

FOR GOOD INSULATION CALL US 

L. H. CLAWSON CO. 

Insulators for the Pacific Coast Telephone KEIIo^ 2-3688 

1650 MacARTHUR OAKLAND 1, CAUF. 




8ah Frariclsco 
1800 ARMY STREET 
ATwater 1300 



Oakland 
2001 LIVINGSTON STREET 
KEII09 4-18S4 




Cement Gun C onstruction Company 

GUNITE, SAND-BLASTING, CONORCTE CinTING 
CONTRACT or RENTALS 

Phone GArfield 7663 - 24 California St., S«i Fr«id«» 




John Do McLaugUin 



AND ASSOCIATES 
CONSULTING ELECTRICAL 

ENGINEERS 

1641 RUSS BLDG.— EXbrook 5712 

920 Junipera Serra — DE 10197 



PI ASTERING MATERIALS - CEMENT - GRAVE U 

SC^^RIOC BRICK MORTAR - WIRE NETTING 

METAL LATH - PLASTER BOARD 

I • Distributor* for 

JJS. GUERIN & COMPANY 

720 F0I30M STREET -:- P^one: SUtter 4694 

1 CERTAIN-TEED ROOFING PRODUCre 






NATIONAL EXPANSION JOINT CO, 

MANVWACTVtiEtL AND DISTRIBUTOR 

FIBER BOARD-FELT-SIDED ASPHALT AND 

REDWOOD EXPANSION J O I NT FILLERS 

D I ST Ml B VrOt 

^^^y?'?^'''^^'"^*"**^*** Curing Compound 
SEALZ — Expansion Joint Scaling Compound! 

Complies With 
Federal Spedficalioiis SS.F.336 
FOR CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 
333 ScTcnth SL UNderhiD 7172 San Frandaco 3, 



■■^^*^%«^^^^ 



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OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS 



- '. - V M ! e c a « 




OVERHEAD DOOR CO. 

Mione OLympk 6312 

M2d San Pablo Ave^ OAKLAND 
Phone JUniper 4-7897 

5731 Miasion, SAN FRANCISCO 




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NEW 
MASTER GASOUNE BACKFILL TAMPER 




-Compacts Earth RU- 
Compads & Bonds Asphalt 

and Black Top Patches 
Compacts and Le?ds Sods 
-Works in Narrow Ditches- 



KERR EQUIPMENT COMPANY 



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160 TB^f^^ st. 



SAN FKANCISGO 



Ph. MArket 1651 



MONDAY. APRIL 8. 1 946 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDRW 






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ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION REPORTS 



4/8/46 20 

PREPARING 
PRELIMINARY PLANS 
VETERANS' MEMORIAL. BLDG. 
COTATI, Sonoma County, Calif. 
Construction of reinforced concrete 

veterans' memorial building. 
Owner— City of Petaluma. 
Architect— J. Clarence Felclano, 4010 

Monteclto Ave., Santa Rosa. 



Oregon and Middlefield Rd. 
Constructio nof 126 one-story farm 
type frame and stucco residences 
(1200x2000), plasljer finish, tile baths. 



Construction of 2% -story frame and 
stucco residence and apartment 
bldg., reinf. concrete foundation. 

Owner— Por;, G. Gee, 734 Pine Street 



shingle roofs; 72 homes In Garland Plans by B. K. Dobkowltz, 425 Mon 



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4/8/46 
PREPARING 
PRELIMINARY PLANS 
VETERANS' BUILDING 
GUERNEVILLE, Sonoma Co., Calif. 
Construction of wood frame and wood 

exterior veterans' memorial bldg. 
Owner — Sonoma County. 
Aichitect — J. Clarence Felclano, 4010 

Montecito Ave., Santa Rosa. 



Tract, remainder in Price TracL 
Owner and Builder — Coastwise Con- 
struction Co.. 2499 Middlefield Rd., 
Palo Alto. 
Architect— Willis E. Huson, 475 24th 

Ave., San Francisco. 
Engineers — James & Waters, 1319 
Howard Ave., Burllngame. 



terey Blvd. 
The owner Is now taking segregat- 
ed bids. 



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4/8/46 

PREPARING 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

VETERANS' BUILDING 

VLxURANS' MEMORIAL BLDG. 

PETALUMA. Sonoma Co., Calif. 

Construction uf one-.stor>' reinforced 
concrete, brick veneer veterans' 
memorial building to conform to 
Civic Center architecture. 
' Owner — City of Petaluma. 

Architect — J. Clarence Felciano. 4010 
Mon{ecito A^e., Santa Rosa. 



22-2^— ItESIDENTIAL 
BUILDINGS 



427 13th 



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4/8/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

RANCH HOUSE Approx. Cost $20,000 

GLENN COUNTY, Calif. Near Or- 
land. 

Con.qtructlon of eight-room residence. 

Owner — Charles Wheeler, c/o archi- 
tect. 

Architect— Frederick H. Relmers, 79 
Post St., San Francisco. 



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4/8/46 

PREPARING PLANS 

RESIDENCE Approx. Cost $100,000 

ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif. Diamond 
"B" Ranch. 

Three-atory, 15-room residence, glass- 
enclosed spiral staircase, basement 
bowling alleys, bar and play rooms, 
outdoor swimming pool, terraces, 
etc 

Owner — Mr. Bacon, c/o architect. 

Architect— Frederick H. Relmers, 79 
Post St. ,San Francisco. 

Landscape Architect — Floyd Herbert 
Mick. 1736 Franklin St., Oakland. 



4/8/46 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

COMPLETED 

I RESIDENCE Cost, $20-25,000 

I RELIEZ VALLEY, Contra Costa Co. 

4/8/46 •• 26 ' Construction of residence, masonry 

PROCEED ORDER I walls, tar and gravel roof. 

DWELLINGS Cont Price $36,048 Owner— Withheld. 

NOGALES, Santa Cruz Co., Ariz. | Architect— John Hudspeth, 
Construction of 24 family dwelling • St., Oakland. 

units; Ariz. V-2405. | 

Owner — Federal Public Housing Au- 4/8/46 

thority. Humboldt Bank Blflg., San : PREPARING 

Francisco PRELIMINARY PLANS 

Contractor-^Del E. Webb Construe- ; REMODEL RESIDENCE 

tion Co., P. O. Box 4066, Phoenix, ' ANTIOCH, Contra Costa Co.. Calif. 

Arlx ; Seventh Street. 

! Remodeling residence to include ad- 

4/8/4Q •• 26 i dition of sleeping porch, entrance 

PLANNED ! ^^''' refurbishing of rooms; brick 

SUBDIVISION Est. Cost $3,000,000 ' and wood. ^^ ^ .^^ , » v, 

PALO ALTO, Santa Clara Co.. Calif. jOwner— Dr J. H. Libbey c/o Arch. 

Willow Glen, Pine and Jonathan i Architect— Mrs. Elizabeth H. Witkin, 

Aves., Malone Rd. and Guadalupe I 2712 Shasta Road, B erkeley. 

Creek area. I • • o a 

Construction of 400 residences. [4/8/46 ^ * 

Owner — Coastwise Construction Co.. ' PR^P^^'^G 

2499 Middlefield Rd., Palo Alto. PRELIMINARY PLANS 

Architect-Willis E .Huson. 475 24th REMODEL APARTMENTS 

Ave., San Francisco. | Est Cost ,$4^00 

Engineers — James & Waters. 1319 BERKELEY. Alameda County, Cal. 

Howard Ave., Burllngame. \ Dwlght Way. 

Work is now under way on street ' Convert basement into one apart- 
grading i orient, and addition of bath, kltch- 

The type of construction will be ' ^^' fining room to 2nd apt. ; frame 
contingent upon building conditions .construction concrete floors 

*• *^ j Owner— Mrs. Gillen, c/o Architect. 

Architect— Mrs. Elizabeth H. Witkin, 
4/8/46 • 26 1 2712 Shasta Road, Berkeley. 

SUB-CONTRACTS AWARDED j 

MOTEL Approx. Cost $38,000 1 4/8/46 

CONCORD, Contra Costa Co., Calif. , pL^^j NED 

Clayton Rd. and Chestnut, about 

one mile east of Concord. 
Construction of six frame and stucco 
duplexes with Zonollte plaster In- 
side at Motel El Monte 
Owner — M. A. 
Station, Concord. 



Architect— J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 
ket St., San Franclaco. 
Contractor will be a«lected shortly. | 

4/8/46 •• 24 

WORKING DRAWINGS 
COMPLETED 

RESIDENCE Est. Cost $30,000 ' 

SAN FRANCISCO. Marina Blvd. \ 

Construction of 3-8tory and basement i 
wood frame residence (10 rooms), 
2 bathrooms and steam heating sys- j 
tem, gravel roof. , 

Owner— H. G. Donner, c/o architect '■ 
Architect— J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 
ket St., San Francisco. 



iA^\ OKAA iw , ( inside diam. electrically welded ^.^^^nr tvne dlaoon- 

(43) 2500 bs. place metal water >top6 steel pipe in 30-ft. lengths ; , g»ng op«r»ted, ^^^^^^.^oJ^P^olL So- 

(44) fS ^^:- K <2) 12.470 Lf. InstaU cement mortar , necting swtches ; six 15.0W-voL^J;- 
(44) 65 M ft b^HT-erect timber In lining =^-in. thick on inside surf, ampere, single - pole, alng^B ^»f^_' 
U's^ f'^*^^"'-^ #^ept cattle guards; of aO-in. steel pipe; 1 . (hook-operated^ ^"^Jf*' ^^lolt WO- 
rtV. f^°struct cattle guards ; ; (3) 12,050 l.f. install exterior coating necUng switches; 33 l^'^"J°'h,row 
(46)3000 lln. ft construct under-! %-ln. thick on outside surface > ampere, single - pole. *»°8'« " ^^^ ' 
lA'7^ 2^°* ^^^^ uncemented Joints;] of 30-in. steel pipe j hook-open^ted. ^^^^^U^f^^^^', 

--_-'!?: {^. \^y sewer pipe with j Specifications obtainable fhim the | necting s^-itches; 



cemented Joints ; 

(48) 100 lin. ft lay 18-in. 
concrete pipe; 

(49) 20 lin. ft. lay 24-in, 
concrete pipe; 

(50) 130,000 lbs. erect structural steel; 



diameter 
di&metei 



above office 



^^ three 15,000-volt- 

! Insulated/raOO- to 120- volt with e».6- 
ivolt Up^ aingle-phase, 60-cycle, oU- 
4/8/4« •• 42 immera^ self -cooled, outdoor typ« 

NOTICE OF SALE ! potential transformers; three smgle- 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 16, pole, outdoor, thyrite or autovaive, 
10 A. M., bids will be recellved by staUon type Ughtnlng arresters ae- 



Engineering Section 




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4/8/46 * 

BIDS POSTPONED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until May 7, 
3 P. M. (bid opening date postponed 
from April 9», bids will be received 
by the Public Utilities Commission, 
Room 287 City Hall, under Hetch 
Hetchy contract No. 195 for construc- 
tion of cottage at Lake Eleanor. Bids 
will be taken under Prop. A and 
Prop. 8, lump sum bids. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
cashier's office, eth floor, 425 Mason 
St., upon deposit of $10. 



RESIDENCES 

MARIN COUNTY, Calif. North of 
the Tiburon Road, east of the Alto 
Intersection with Highway 101. 

Construction of ten residences. 
Rotermund, Bancroft ; owner and Architect — Fred Lang- 

horst. 319 Grant Ave., San Fran- 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports \)n this section are classi- 
fied as foHows: 
Water Supply and Sewage 

Disposal Plants 31-32 

Bridges ~ S3 

Dams, Reservoirs and 

Dredging .1 _ „ S4 

Docks, Piers & Harbors..... 3» 
Parks. Airports and 

Playgrounds 36 

RaMrea^s, Subways and 

Tunnels 37 

Electric Lighting and 

Transmission tines 38 

Sewers - - 38 

Streets and Highways 40 

Gas, Water anti Oil Pipe 

Lines .- 41 



(51) 9000 lbs. install miscellaneous the Navy Material Redistribusilon and signed for base mounting and suit 

metal work. j Disposal Office, 785 Market St, San able for use on a 115.000-volt S-pha»e, 

Copies of the standard forms and ' Francisco, under Sales No. C-361-46 grounded-neutral circuit and six •»- 

of the specifications may be obtained j for sale of serviceable «alv<ige and gie-pole. outdoor, thyrite or autovaive, 

from the following offices of the | scrap, including rear housing assem- j station type lightning arresters ae- 

Bureau of Reclamation: Walker R. i blies, scrap copper wire, bras*, alumi- : signed for base mounting and suU- 

^.,„-. ^w.-» ■ ,, „ _ num scrap, etc., located at Remler | able for use on two 11,950-volt »- 

phase, grounded-neutral circ^*^', '°f 
Grand Coulee local power 8"^,^^°^ 
Columbia Basin Project. Washlngtc^ 
All of the apparatus will be installed 
*2 by the government No charge for 
! •' ... °. ^- ^..^tiva bidders; 



Young, chief engineer, U. S. Custem 
House. Denver 2, Colo.; R L Boke, 
regional director. Old Post Office 
Bldg., 7th and K Sts., Sacramento 14, 
Calif. ; O. G. Boden. construction en- 
gineer. Antioch, Calif., and Michael 
W. Straus, cominissioner. Bureau of 
Reclamation, Washington 25, D. C 



Co., Ltd., 518 Folsom St, Sain Fran- 
cisco 



CiiCO. 

4/8/46 

LOW BIDDERS 
MISSOURI BASIN 



specifications to prospective 
PROJECT, i t^ others, $1.25. not returnable 



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Prospective bidders desiring to visit j Wyoming.— The following submitted 
the site of the work should com- ; apparent low bids to the Ui S. Bu- 
municate vith the construction engl- | reau of Reclamation, Denver, Colo., 
o«er. j under Spec. 1199 for furnishing and 

No charge to prospective bidders ! delivering f.o.b. cars at the ishlpplng 
for copies of the specifications and point or f .o.b. cars at Emery Siding, 
drawings; to others. $2.50 per copy, IWyo.. or Shoshone. Wyo., electrical 
not returnable. | equipment for the Boysen cionstruc- [ ^" 'erinder brid^ge drives, chain 

A set of schedules, specifications 'Uon substation, Boysen Unit Missouri j *.r".^_j hoists for the Municipal 
and drawings is on file for examina- ! Basin Project Wyoming 



4/8/46 

BIDS OPENED 

SAN FRANCISCO— Following sub- 
mitted bids to the Purcha.sfr ^f Sup- 
plies. 270 City Hall, under Bid No^ 
3514 for furnishing and delivering 
! floor grinder, bridge drives. 



tion at the office of DAILY PACIFIC 
BUILDER, 465 Tenth Sfc, San Fran 



36— PARKS, AIRPORTS & 
PLAYGROUNDS 



31-32— WATER SUPPLY & 
SEWAGE DISPOSAL 
PLANTS 



Railway & Industrial Engineering 

, ! Co., Greensburg, Pa., $574, $151.40, 

14/8/46 ■ • 36 1 $711. $521.26. 

'WORK UNDER WAY I Westinghouse Electric Coip.. $674, 

i AIRPORT $151.40. $711. $521.60. 

■ t SONOMA COUNTY. Calif. Two mllea ! General Electric Co., $574^ $159.75. 

4/8/46 •• 82 j west of Sonoma on Keechler prop- $711. $515.25. 

BOND ELECTION PLANNED grty Schedule 1 1 1, Items 6 ardd 7 

SEWER SYSTEM Cost $1,000,000 ; Improvements to Valley of the Moon I General Electric Co.. $362.$8, $17.64 

SACRAlvrENTO COUNTY. California. ; Airport to Include airport office : each, 



Schedule I. Item 1 . j ^^^( Equipment Co.. l2) $193: (S> 

AUis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co., :jo,y>. (i) $884 20- (5) $487.30; i«> 
Milwaukee. Wis, $2505. '$770' net ^^ 

General Electric Co., Denver, $2535.1* gpencer & Morris. Inc.. (2) $194: 
Westinghouse Electric Coifp., Den- ' 
ver, $2625. 

Schedule II. Items 2, 3, 4 and 5 



i l4) $885: (5» $488; (6> $7.75; net 10th 
prox. ; 120-160 dav delivery. 

Round California Chain Corp.. Ltd. 

net 30 days: (2> $193; (8) $10; Alt. 
$8.50: (4) $884.20: (5) $487.30: (6» 
$7.70 ; net 30 days. 

A J. Glesener Co.. Inc.. (1) $287: 
(2) $194; (3) $10.08; (4) $847; (8) 
$470.80; (6) $7.70; 90 to 120 day del. 

C. F. Bulotti Mchy. Co.. (H $233.50; 
(4) $1252; (5) $451.88: net 30 days. 



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Architect— W. H. Ratcllff, 2323 Shat- I 

tuck Ave.. Berkeley. ' 

Contractor — George Plack. P. O. Box 

844, Concord. 
Roofing — C. R Padelf ord, 1678 Locust 

St., Walnut Creek. 
Plumbing— G. T. Chestnut, P. O. Box 

1121, Concord. 
Electric Wiring— Brunell, Concord. 
Tile Work — L Depiero, Port Chicago. 
Mill Work — Diamond Match, Chico. 
Painting— R Edwards, Route 3, Box 

988, Concord. 
Lathing and Plastering — ^Phll Cac- 

cavo. 3105 Alhambra Ave., Martinez. 



Cisco. 



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! South of Sacramento. 1 and lounge and two hangars with 

; Construction of sewer pipe lines, j servicing and repair facilities. 

pumping plant and treatment works Owners — Edward LeBeau, Boyes Hot 
I Owner — Sanitation District No. 1, c/o ' Springs, Sonoma County ; Donald 
j Sacramento County Board of Su- i Weise, Edward Smith. 

pervisors, Courthouse, Sacramento. ■ Work is completed on the 2000-ft 



4/8/46 

PLANNED . •.- 

' REMODEL HOTEL Est. Cost $16,<X)0 ! Consulting Engineer— Harry N. Jenks, ' runway and is now under way on air- j $82.44. 
ANGELS CAMP, San Joaquin Co., | 345 Madrono Ave., Palo Alto. ; port office and lounge, while the ~ 

Calif j Date will be set shortly for a bond hangars are being planned. 

Remodeling of Angels Hotel. ', election to fin ance con struction. 

Owner— Merle A. Weien, c/o Angela \ ^ ^ 

Hotel, Main St, Angels Camp. 1 4/8/46 

BID OPENED 

•• 2 1 YOLO COUNTY, Calif.— R. Lw Nor 



Westinghouse Electric Con^., $362.88. 
$201.60. 

Schedule IV^, Items 8 aitid 9 

Standard Transformer Co.. Warren, 
Ohio. $226.80, $72.6a 

Westinghouse Electric Cor]^., $242.58. 



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WGeneral Electric Co.. $362.68. $106.44. 
Schedule V, Item 10 
General Electric Co.. $150.^. 
Westinghouse Electric CorJ).. $181.26. 



4/8/46 • 24 

WORK STARTED 

RESIDENCE 

Approximate Coet $30,000 
MARIN COUNTY. Calif. Del Mesa 

Tract near Kentfleld. 
Construction of 1 -story, wood frame 

residence (seven rooms), hardwood 

floors, tile baths, radiant heating 

system, swimming pool. 
Owner— Withheld. 
Architects — Mendelsohn, Dinwiddle & 

Hill, 233 Sansome St., San Fran- 

olaco. 
Contractor — Herbert A. Crocker, 2033 

Leavenworth St.. San Francisco. 



4/8/46 •• 26 

PROCEED ORDER 

DWELLINGS Contract Price $9012 
EPHRAIM. Sanpete County. Utah. 
Construction of six family dwelling 

units; Utah V-42219. 
Owner — Federal Public Housing Au 



4/8/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED ! ris, 3200 P St., Sacramento, at (D $8: 

GAS STATION Est Cost. $10,000 ' (2) $12; total. $1960. .submitted only 1 
REDWOOD CITY, San Mateo Co., bid to the State Division of High- wanted 

Calif. iways, C. H. Whltmore, District En- ^'„^S^)^N'ED 

Construction of wood frame gas sta 



TRANSMISSION LINES 
EQSXPMENT 



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SHELTON - ALLYN, Wash. 



4/8/46 

BIDS WANTED | 

OAKLAND, Alameda Co., Calif.— 
As previously reported, uritll April 
17 5:30 P. M., bids wUl be received 
by the East Bay Utility District 



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4/8/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 22, 
3 P. M.. bids will be received by the 
Purchaser of Supplies. 270 City HalU 
under Bid No. 3523 for furnishing and 
delivering one mobile swing l>oom 
tractor crane for the San Franclaoo 
Water Department 

Specifications obtainable from tJi« 
above office. 



room, etc 
Owner — Conway & CulUgan, c/o arch 

itect. 
Architect— J. Lloyd Conrich, 693 Mar 

ket St., San Francisco. 



gineer, 703 "B" St. Marysville, for ^ ^"'='00^^'^" o^ii^'l'^.'^'^InT^""^ 'Room 312, 512 16th St, Oakland, ua 
drilling and casing water well at the ; April 29 1:30 R M., bids will be re- , ^^^ g 1726 for fumlshipg 70.000 

"»"""B -J* . . .. nt^ivtu^ Hv tho r>onortm«nt nf Tnt..r. I . *- -. j commOU rOUgt» OregOB 

. v/.w^ lumber as follows : 
I NE Union Ave.. Portland 3. under j^-. 20 000 lln. ft lx6-in.; 

(2) 5000 lln. ft lxl2-in.; 



tion, tar and gravel roof, three stor- ^^fiy^^^'^^^'^l^f^^^;^^^^^^^ [ celved by the Department of Inter- ?^J f^^^ 
age tanks, three pumps, lubricaUon, State Highway Nurseiyab^^^^ Bonneville P^er Admin., 1300 """•.ij^^ 

room. etc. : miles east of Davis, Yolo County. - ^..^ .„„ t>^^*^^„a q »«H«r ! ?'"« •"™''« 



Work Involves: 



(1:200 l.f. dHlimg and casing well ;, J-. 3W0 for clearing h^^^^^ 



1<2) 30 hours' pumping well. 



thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg.. San ' ^^^^^^;j^_^j^^pbeii construction & 



Francisco. 4 

Contractor — M. & K. Corp., Financial 
center Bldg.. San F>ranclsco. 



Equipment Co.. 
Fmncisco. 



465 10th St.. 



jfor Shelton-Allyyn 115 kv transmis 
jsion line, approx. 17 miles in length. 
; located In Mason Co.. Wash. 

Sa^ I 34— DAMS, RESERVOIRS & i abofe' 0^0^' °^'**"**''" '"™ '*^* 



DREDGING 



(3) 20.000 lln. ft 2x4-ln.; 

(4) 20,000 lin. ft 2xl2-ln.; 

(5) 5000 lin. ft 3xl2-in. ,nsui.i«i"ww ... w.^ 

Specifications obtainable from the ^^ i^g plant. Owl Creek Unit 

above office. — ' " ""^ *"" 



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4/8/46 ' * o 4/8/48 

PLANNED I PLANNED 

SUBDIVISION Est. Cost, $170,000 i j^oTEL 
SAN RAFAEL, Marin County, Calif. MAXWELL, 

Greenwood Avenue. 
Construction of 20 residences, 5 rms 
each, garage on lots of 1000 sq. ft. 



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Colusa County, Calif, 



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39— SEWERS 



4/8/46 

AWARD RECOMMENDED 14/8/46 

SEATTLE. Wash.— Cannon & Jef- jO PREPARE PLANS 
fries. Box 669. Compton, at $11,222.50 ', LARKSPUR, Marin Co., 



-114/8/46 



4/8/46 " « 

BID OPENED ,„r^ 

MISSOURI BASIN PROJECT. 
Wyoming.— Peerless Pump Dlvlalon, 
Food & Machinery Corp., Los An- 
geles, at (Sch. II. item 4) $2287, (B) 
$25 per day, submitted only bid to 
the Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, 
Colo for furnishing and delivering 
f.o.b. cars at the shipping point or 
fob cars at Thermopolls, W^o.. »t 
the option of the bidder, four motor- 
driven pumping units for InstallaUon 
in the Lucerne pumping plant, ana 
one motor-driven pumping unit for 
installation In the Lucerne ReUft 

- - Mia* 

souri BasIn^ProJect, Wyoming; Spec. 
No. 1209. 



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3 9'icONTRACTS AWARDED 

I SAN FRANCISCO— Ohio Brass Co. 
Calif.— and Dominic Pollteo awarded con- 



Np«r Hli^wRv entertae^2iw '^^ ^^^ ^^ recommended irity Engineer John Ogleeby has been .tracts by the Purchaser of Suppllee. 

Near Highway entering Maxwell to | ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ contract by U. S. En- ; directed by the Larkspur City Coun- ; Room 270, City Hall, undet Bid No. 



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the south 
i Construction of 20-unlt modem motel 



Owner & Builder— Howard H. Bran- ; owner— C. N. Lausten, Maxwell 



gineer Office, Textile Tower. Seattle, dl to draw up plans and specif lea- 1 3497 for furnishing and delivering 
under Spec. 43-75 for exploratory f tions of r a sewer pipeline to Join ! 350 trolley ears and 350 splicing ears 



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dis. North Bay Builders, 127 Green- 
wood A\'e. I 
Plans by Owner. i 

Work is expected to get underway ' 4/3/45 
by May 1, with cornpletlon antlclpat- | pp,Ep^„,NG WORKING 
ed by January 1, 1947 . ; DRAWINGS 



Work will start as soon as build- 
ing materials can be obtained. 

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4/8/46 
WORK UNDER WAY 
SUBDIVISION P.st. Cost $1,500,000 
PALO ALTO, Santa Clara Co., Calif. 
Garland Tract and Price Tract, 1 



ADDITION TO RESIDENC^E ; 

i ' Estimated Cost $5,000 ; 

Addition to residence, redwood siding, j 
shingle roof, 



foundation work at Priest Rapids with Sanitary District No. 1. 

damsite, Columbia River, Yakima 1 

and Grant counties. ! ___->■■_ „..T^^ . _ __, 

Other bid- were: j 40 STREETS AND 

Diamond Drill Contr. Co., Spokane . HIGHWAYS 

$15,800. 
Lynch Bros., Seattle, $17,175. 



for the Municipal Railway. 



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BIDS ON FILE 



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4/8/46 

CONTRACTS AWARDED 

SAN FRANCISCO. — Helwig Co., 
National Carbon Co. and Dominic 
Pollteo awarded contracts by the 
Purchaser of Supplies, 270 City Hall, 



•• 84 I OSAGE COUNTY, Okla.— Complete 1 



I bids submitted to the U. S. Engineer j JJ.^ ^^ Municipal Railway 



Furcnaser 01 ouppueo, «,v ^.-^vj **—., _« WANTED 
I under Bid No. 3498 for lurnlshing ^l^^Vrrm^ A 
delivering 2625 carbon brushes 



Fremont Streets. 



CELOTEX INSULATION PRODUCTS 

Celo-Block for Refrigeration 

Celo-Siding for Construction Work 

Celotez Hardboards 

Harbor Plywood Corp. of California 

540 Tenth St. MArket 6705 San Francisco 



4/8/46 2 4 I 

RESLDeScE^^ *"' Eat" C?st, $25,000 I A°?,'"°n ^« resiaence, reawooa smuig. | 4/8/4(5 

S^ FRANCISCO, comer Clay and ! o^:;er!!-Vrthheld. i ^cENTRrZ VALLEY PROJUCT.- i Office, P. O. Bor 61. Tulsa 2. Okla.. , 

i Architect— John Hudspeth, 427 13th ! . g previously reported, until April for construction of part of the em- , ^^g.^^ 

St., Oakland. i jg 10 A. M.. bids will be received by bankment and excavation for SP">- j CONTRACT AWARDED 

'the U S Bureau of Reclamation, way of Hula Dam, located on the j ^^ FRANCISCO.— Abbey Vene- 

4/8/46 •• 26 j™.^^^gr R. Young ,chlef engineer, Caney River in Osage County, Okla., , ^.^^ ^j^^^ ^ ^^ q^j^ g^^^ g^ jYan- 

PREPARING WORKING I Antioch Calif., under Spec. 1183 for about three miles west of Hula and • awarded contract by the Pur- 

DHAWINGS 5ie construction of Delta-Mendota , about 16 miles northwest of Bartles- , ; ^ Supplies. 270 Olty Hall. 



4/8/46 

NOTICE OF SALE „, 

lis ANGELES. Calif.-jnie War 
Assets Administration. 1206 Maple 
Ave.. Los Angeles 15. announces «al« 
of motor vehicles in Southern Cali- 
fornia and Arizona to federal agen- 
cies on April 15; state »n<^J?^» .^^I 
emments and tax-supported to^^tu- 

tions April 16 and 17. to v^^^^f? 
April 18 and 19. and to dealers Ma/ 7 
through May 10. 



4/8/46 






42 



I RESIDENCES 

Estimated Cost $15,000-$20,000 Each 

'BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif. 

j Construction of five residences, red- 
wood siding, shake roofs, etc. 

. Owner — Withheld. 

i Architect— John Hudspeth, 427 13th 

i St., Oakland. 



ville, and about 60 miles north 
Tulsa, are on file at the office 



f under Bid No. 3509 for furnishing 
ley -asteway. Delta ^i.iv.sj.^.^^^ iLTYplcmc'sUIL^ERrV^^loS 'Venetian blind repairs for San Fran- 



Canal stations 686 to 1365, and West 
ley wasteway. Delta Division. Cen 
tral Vallev Project, 

work is situated In the vicinity of St.. San Francisco. 

Patterson, Calif. :.-«/.« 

Bids will be taken as follows: : 4/8/46 

Schedule No. 1 I TO PREPARE PLANS 

686 to Station 1366 ! LARKSPUR, Marin Co., 



of 



i Cisco Junior College. 



Station 



4 4/8/46 « 

CONTRACTS AWARDED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— The American 




24 



4/8/46 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

COMPLETED 

RESIDENCE Est. Cost $13,500 

lOAKMORE HIGHLANDS, Alameda 
County, Calif. 

Construction of residence, three bed- 
rooms, two baths, redwood siding, 
tar and gravel roof. 

Owner— Withheld. 

Architect— John Hudspeth, 427 13th 
St., Oakland. 



Calif.— 
<U 2 800 000 cu. vds. excavation for City Engineer John Oglesby has been j g^'^^'j^'g "qq j^^ r. Brandlein & Co. 
canal unclassified ; , authorized by Larkspur City Coun- \ awarded contracts by the I>urchaser _ 

(2) l«0O0b sta. cu. yds. overhaul; icil to draw up plans and specif ica- ; ^^ supplies, 270 City Han, wnder Bid i above bfflce 

(3) 350 000 cu. yds. compacting em- tlons ofr a new road connecting with ; j^^ 35QQ ^^j. furnishing and delivering j 



OAKLAND, Alameda Co f^.-- 
As previously reported, until Apru 
17 5 30 p. M., bids will be received 
by the East Bay Municipal Utility 
District, Room 312, 512 16th St. Oak- 
land, under Spec 1729 for redwood 
tanks, with staves, bottoms and rods 
but without foundations or roofs, as 

follows: , .. 

(1) one 18-fL 4-ln. diameter, length 
of staves 14 ft., capacity approxi- 
mately 25,000 gaUons; 

(2) one 23-ft diameter, length of 
staves 14 ft., capacity 40,000 gal- 

(3) two 45-ft diameter, length or 
staves 18 ft., capacity 202,000 gal- 
lons. 

Specifications obtainable from the 



bankments ; 

(4) 40,000 cu. yds. excavation 
drainage channels; 

(5) 45.000 cu. yds. excavation 
structures ; 

(6) 27,000 cu. yds. backfill; 

(7) 24.000 cu. yds. compacting back 
fill; 



Highway 101. 



manufactured school fumltlure. 



42 



for 

i 4/8/46 •• *0 I 4/8/46 

for, BIDS WANTED ^ „^ BIDS WANTED 

SAN ANSELMO, Marin Co., Calif. 1 d^vIS DAM, Arizona - Nevada. — 



-Until April 23, 8 P. M., bids wUl be ^ntil May 3. 2 P. M. bids wUl be 
jcelved by the City of San Anselmo, received by the U. S. Burea ' """ 
I Albert H. Siemer. city engineer. City lamation. Custom House, 



,4/8/46 • ** 

.COMPLETE BIDS ^„^^r^ 

i CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT. 
Calif omla.— The Bureau of Reclama- 
tion. Denver. Colo., received bid* 
April 2 for furnishing and dellver- 



recelved by the City of San Anselmo. ^^^^4^^^ by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- "^";^-^ '^'-inch needTe valves, with 

_ _rnSg!valve control stan- — ^- -»- 

grading and paving south comer of ^nd'^g^vering" f.o.b. care at the ship- | trols. supports and 



•• 



24 



relnforce- 



relnforce- 



FOR MIXING AND HOISTING CONCRETE 

AH operations under cotnplete control of one 
man, giving continuous delivery of thoroughly 
mixed concrete of required strength and work- 
ability. 

MOBILE 
MOVES AND LOADS 



s c 

SCOOPS 



OOP 

. . LIFTS . . 



4/8/46 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

bSnGA^W Est cost %8.000 \ <11> tn^J^J^l\ ^Z"'' ^ ""^ 

SAN FRANCISCO. Wetmore St. j ^^^^ '^'Z'^^'^l^. ^^ke in rein 

Construction of wood frame 5-room ^^' y'j~~, -,„„ni nnin.T- 
bungalow, tar and gravel roof, oak j ^^„^ l?lHn.rT7el)00^ fbs 
floofs. tile bath, warm air heating (13) placing l.mj^^Jbs. 

O^^i^gene Fritx.^c/o architect M^) placing 3^000^^^1b^s. 

' (15) placing 4600 sq. ft elastic Joint 

i filler; 

I (16) placing 1500 lin. ft rubber water 

stops ; 
i (17) placing 6000 lbs. metal water 
I stops In Joints; 

j (18) 510 M ft b.m. erect timber in 

structures except cattle guards; 

' (19) 40 cattle guards ; 

i (20) 10.000 lin. ft construct under- 

i drains with uncemented Joints; 

r21) 2000 lin. ft. lay sewer pli>e with 

cemented Joints ; 

(22) 900 lln. ft lay 15-in. 
concrete pipe; 

(23) 100 lln. ft lay 
concrete pipe; 

(24) 50 lin. ft lay 
concrete pipe; 



jAioen. n. oiemer. ciiy cjigiucc*, v^»i.j . lamation. Custom nouoc.. j-f«*»«, — □ „r.„trni Rt&nds oaradox con- 

(8) trimming 844.000 sq, yds. founda- |Hall. for about 0.05 mile widening, i ^oio.. under Spec. 1280 for furnishing j valve ^co^°^'^ ^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ 
tion for concrete lining; 

(9) 1500 sq. yds. dry-rock paving; 
(10) 11,100 cu. yds. concrete In struc- ;*'ranci8 urane aiva.. ana uuimixijs ^j-iz., all .structural sieei. bi«iub. »;'"x- 1 :::_;;i'ediarte shafts, anchor brackets 

tures ; retaining wall to susUin the roadbed. ^ windows, doors, ^«°t"»t°"^ | Lnd^^i aSd e?ect on equipment for 

Specifications obtainable from the ^^f^ty-flue thimbles, anchor bolts ^d f^^jj.^^jjf^^ij JJ^iiadeli £anal out- 
above office. 1 an other necessary materials, except 

concrete walls, 



iBridge^St (Sycamore Ave) and Sir p^ -pointer f.o.b. cars Jt I^uls«, , erection eqmpment;^^^^^^^^ 
Francis Drake Blvd.. and building ^^ ° ^u structural steel, sidmg. roof- j l^"* ■j^^.Yf/J ,L 



Machinery & Material 



WANTED 

FOR SALE . FOR RENT 

USED EQUIPMENT 
AND MATERIALS 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as follows: 

Misc. Supplies A Materials 42 
Machinery and Equipment *i 



I the crane and the 
•floors and foundations, for one com- 
plete steel ware house building at 
; Davis Dam. Davis Dam Project Axi- 
The concrdte walla. 



zona-Nevada. 

■floors and foundations will be con- 
structed and the building erected by 



installation In the Madera 
let the Friant-Kem canal outlet and 
the river outlet at Friant Dam, Cen- 
tral Valley Project. California. ; Spec 
1173. 

The bids were: 

Hardle Tynes Manufacturing Co., 
Birmingham. Ala., f.o.b. Birmingham, 



$9292. (6) J278, total $332,202; Sch. S 



contain a provision 
damages for delay 



No charge for 
specifications to prospective bona fide 
bidders; to others, $0.75. not returfi- 
able. 



43— MACHINERY AND 
EQUIPMENT 



diameter 



18-ln. diameter 



42— MISC. SUPPLIES AND 
MATERIALS 



' 4/8/46 

; BIDS WANTED 



43 



YAKIMA PROJECT. Wlashlngton. 



(7) $37,808. (8) $10,615, total $48,423; 

net 

Consolidated Steel Corp.. Loe An- 
geles, f.o.b. Ijob Angeles. Sch. 1 (1) 
$129,480. (2) $1238. (3) $61. total $130.- 
779; Sch. 2 (4) $477,375. (5) $6880. («) 
!$206. total $484,245; Sch. 3 (7) $22,315, 
1 (8> $21,200. total $43,575; net 

Combination bids: Sch. 1, 2 add Z, 
I $644.000 ; Sch. 1 and 2. $601,800. 
! Joshua Uendie Iron Works. San 

Calif., 



7^! —Until May 10, 2 P. M, bids will be 'Francisco, f.o.b. Sunnyvale. Calif., 
[received by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- I Sen. 1 (1) $96,885. (2) $1133. (3> $M, 



24-in. diameter 



Co.. Calif. 



by — - 

lamatlon. Custom House, Denver, I total $98,112 ; Sch. 2 (4) $365,870, (6) 



BUGGYMOBILE 

POWERED CONCRETE BUGGY 

MIXERMOBILE 

PORTABLE CONCRETE AND ELEVATING PLANT 
For Complete Information Call 

RHODES & JAMIESON, Ltd. 

BUILDING MATERIALS • READY MIXED CONCRETE 



Foot of 23rd Avenuo 



OAKLAND KEII09 3-5225 



FOR SALE 

NEW & RECONDITIONED 
DIMENSION LUMBER 

TIMBERS, wallboards, plnmbinff. ! (29) 200 lbs. install ground wires; 
pipe, millwork. and other building \ Schedule No. 2 



4/8/46 

BIDS WANTED _ __ _ 

OAKLAND. Alameda (JO.. '^'"; | colo.."under'spic. 1283 for furnishing $8292. (6) $158. total $374,320; Sch. 8 

(25) 150 im. ft install 12-ln. diameter n^:rRT.!VdTwi1?'bHic^?S 1-^ ^^^^^^^^^^ <«> ^"•^' ^°^» »*^^ = 
^eriri*,l®'i«ot«n «.♦. A ♦.''*>y ^^« ^^^ ^y Municipal Utility : PJJK ^'^\,° 22" motor-driten. hort- I ComblnaUon bids: Sch. 1, 2 and f, 

(26) 255,000 lbs. install gates and gate District Room f^- 512 16th Street. , s^eW^^^ centSfugal type pump- 1 $519.495 ; Sch. 1 and 2, $472,432; Sch, 
^oiSif 'iK in«f»n ^,« .11 ; Oakland, under LS-356 for *0.390 l-f- I *oj^' f "J^; j^ complete with pump, i 1 and 3, $145,175; Sch. 2 and 3. $421,- 

(27) 52.000 lbs. install miscellaneous cement-lined and coated steel P|P«. , ^f, "" ^eJfbie «,upllng, base plate 382. 
metal work ; : ,^,_ 2,.. ^^ 30-ln. diameter, fob Dis- , -°^^°^' „"lS^>ioSS'^ r4;iiH f Sr a | 

complete operating unit for 9 pump- , 4/8/46 



(28) 250 lin. ft install electric metar trtct^prop^rty bet 73rd Ave. and 98th and all accessories 



conduits ; 



I Ave., Oakland. 

Bids will be taken as follows: 
Schedule I 



materials. SALE PRICES. Large 
Uocks of "hard to get" items. 

Wire, write, or 'phone 

CLEVELAND WRECKING CO. 

! 2000 Third St. - VAleneU 4977 



FOR RENT 



I LUMBER HANDLING EQUIP- 
I MENT : CARRIERS. STACKERS, 

TRUCKa Call Mac, Pacific Carriers. 

Oakland. KE 4-1651. 



Sched^ ^ 

Westley Wasteway 16-in. cement lined and coated steel 

(30) 193.000 cu. yds. excavation for , pip^ f^f distributing system 
wasteway; j (j) 5000 jf ^.jn. thickness, 16-ln. 

(31) 20,000 cu. yds. compacUng em- outside dlam. electrically welded 
bankments; , g^g^j pjp^ jj, 30-ft lengths; 



FOR SALE 



CONTRACTORS' SURPLUS 
EQUIPMENT 
TRUCaC CJRANB. PAH TRBNCH- 
ER, COMPRESSORS, two 30 CATS, 
LOGOING DOLLY. GAS TRUCK, 
PLASTER MIXER, etc McGuIre A 
Hester. 796— «tth Avenue, Oakland; 
*Phone TRlnldad T676. (to i/n/M) 



(32) 33,000 cu. yds. excavation for 
structures ; 

(33) 13,000 cu. yds. backfill for struc- 
tures ; 

(34) 30,000 cu. yds. backfill about! 
wasteway channel side walla ; 

(35) 4000 cu. yds. compacting back- 
fill; 

(36) 105,000 sq. yds. trimming foimda- j 
tion for concrete lining ; ' 

(37) 500 cu. yds. riprap; j 

(38) 3100 cu. yds. concrete in struc- 
tures; 

(39) 21,000 cu. yds. concrete In waste- 
way channel lining and side 

(40) 2.4O0.O0O lbs. place reinforcement 
bars; 

(41) 700 sq. ft place elastic filler 
material in JolnU; 

(42) 850 lln. ft place rubber water 
stops in Joints; 



(2) 5.000 l.f. install cement mortar 
lining %-ln. thick on insAde sur- 
face of 16-ln. steel pipe; 

(3) 4M6 Lf. bistall exterior coating 
%-in. thick on outside surface 
of 16-ln. steel vipe; 

Schedlue 11 

24-in. cement liner and coated 

■teel pipe 

(1) 22.490 Lf. A -In. thickness. 24-ln. 
inside dlam. electrically welded 
steel pipe in 30-ft lengths; 

(2) 21.740 l.f. install cement mortar 



ine Dlants for ptimp areas Noa 5, 6, CONTRACT AWARDED 
7 9 9A, 10 12 14 and 17, Roza Dlvl- 1 CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT, 
sion Yakima Project Washington. | California.— Westera Equipment Co., 
The' pumping units will be InstaUed 302 SW. 4th St. Portland. Ore., at 
bv the government No charge for I $195,910. awarded contract by the Bu- 
conies of the specification* to pros- j reau of ReclamaUtm, Denver. Cok)., 
nectlve bona fide bidders ; lo others, for furnishing fob. Portland. Ore., 
pecuve woiM* ^^^^ motor-driven gate hoists for 

! operating the 50x50 - ft regulating 

•* 43 gates to be Installed in the spillway 

at Keswick Dam. Kennett Division, 

California; 



$1. not returnable. 



4/8/46 

'^'mLUl^IA^^BASIN PROJECT, I Cential Valley Project 
iw2k^iS^n^-UntllApril24,2P. M.. Spec 1154 The hoist, will be in- 
i bids v^ll be received by the U. S. I stalled by the government Bid. were 
Bureau of Reclamation. DeOver. Colo . received February 25. 

under Spec 1278 for fumi«hing and | 

dellvertoVfob. cars at the shipping 4/8/46 4» 

^ «t o^ f o b cara at Odajr. Warti., I CONTRACT AWARDED 
^Th^ont5;-of^"b*dderrJli«togle-; PARKER DAM POWER PRO J- 
at the opUf . of tj^'^n" '^. ^^ , ^^ ^^Rp, calif .-<>Uif omla Steel 
unu"«K. . _ _ . . - Barrett and A 8tM^ 



em monar P|L"*' *^|iir^„ "Stable for outdoor i Products Co., 
lining H-ln. thick on inside surf, air-core '^*^*?"iA%'ru flolo-ampere, Richmond, at $7013. fob. Richmond. 

service; six io.ww »»/••., ^ «^ ^ ^.^ ^ * w— »>.-. -» n* 



SO-ln. 



SCHEDULE III 
cement lined and coated 
•teel pipe 
(IX 12.M0 Lf. -ff-ixk. thickness. 30-in. 



of 24-in. steel pipe; ' SIIi* -inele- throw, outdoor type awarded contract by the Bureau of 
(3) 20,f90 If. install exterior coating 1 3-pole. single ^^J^'^ ^^ ^{J Reclamation. Denver. Cok).. for fur- 
%,-in. thick on outside surface -"«""• '•ircuit breaaerB, «• , _ _ 

of 24-ln. steel pipe; 

xa.uuv-vom ww-»«.k— -. - r- _-■ . -^ .^ 

throw, outdoor ^yV^^^Z n^I^ 
breaker; .even 15,000- volt 900-mm 
pere, S-pole. single-throw, manuany 



tition and housing for the Parker 
Power Plant, Parker Dam Power 
Project Earp, Calif. ; Spec 1149. The 
bid. were received February 1& 



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»A1LY fAQlPie BUILBIE 



MONDAY. APRIL d. I94i 



BiMldTigiqr Permits}, Cojifr ^cfg^ ^ ^ ^ R^CcwrdfeJ Mofic«s 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Applications 



ALTER FRBIQH DEPOT, 17000; 4th 
and Michigan; owner and builder, 
A T & 8 P Ry. 1001 8rd St. 

DWELLINGS (l-«tory frame) (8), 
16600 each; E Prague 100, 125, 160, 
175, 200, 226 S Persia; 8 Persia 60, 
75 E Prague; owner and builder, 
A Nelson, 242 Ocean Ave. 

DWELLINGS (l-etory frame) (8), 
16300 eadi ; W 38th Ave 118, 143, i 
168 S Noriega; owner and builder, 
C T Lindsay, Inc, 824 TaravaL 

DWELLFNGS (l-atory frame) (2), 
16000 each ; W 38rd Ave 800, 825 8 
UHoa; owner and builder, F H 
Thorinson, 1600 Ocean Ave. 

DWELLINGS (l-8tory frame) (8), 
S6000 each; NE comer Oxford and 
Burrows ; B Oxford 60, 25, 76, 100. 
125, 150, 175 N Burrows ; owner and 
builder. C T Lindsay, Inc, 824 Tara- 



ALTER and addn, |2000; 3932 Alta- 
mont Ave; owner and contractor, 
Fred 8 Mala, premises. 

DWELLING, l-story 6-room, $8,000; 
5625 Colton Blvd; owner. Hale 
Morrow, prem ; contractor, Robert 
R Rust, 6540 Moraga Ave. 

WRECK two-story bldg, $600; 106 
Washington St; owner, Rothe and 
Rothe, 5th and Washington SU; 
contractor, J D Balllnger A Co, 
1906 Cypress 8t 

WRECK one-story bldg, $500; 106 
Washington St; owner, Ilothe and 
Rothe, 5th and Waahlngton Sts; 
contractor. J D Balltnger A Co, 
1905 Cypress St 

INCINERATOR, 15800; 1038 23rd 
Ave; owner, Drelstoach Box and 
Lumber Co. 1044 23rd Ave; con- 
tractor. Incinerator Engrg Co, 2006 
Franklin St 

ADDITION, $1250; 612 28th Street; 
owner and builder, Mrs Elatella 
Ogier, 722 MacArthur Blvd West 

SIGN, electric $1200; 1901 San Pablo 
Ave; owner, Sam Gordon, prem; 
contractor. Modem Neon Co, Laf- 
ayette 



DWELLING (4-room, frame, stucco, 
composition roof), $4500; 3031 U St; 
owner and builder, Fred A Nicklin. 

DWELLING (6-room. frame, stucco, 
wood shingle roof), $6000; 878 El- 
dorado Way; owner, J Jeffrey, 1864 
Discovery Way; builder, George W 
Reed, 1217 56th St 

DWELLING (6-room, frame, stucco, 
composition roof), $6000; 6312 F St; 



■RespMsibility 



8AN FRANCISCO COUNTY 



»~„.w — .^x,, »ww, uox* c oi; ; April 3, 1946— Rooms 706-711, Inclu- 

owner, J 8 Hamilton, 2201 H St ; ] sive. 68 Post St Regents of the 
builder, George W Reed. i university of CaiifomlA as to Im- 

DWELLINGS (5-room, frame, stucco, ' provements on property. 

wood shingle roofs) (4), $5200 each; April 3, 1946— N£ Mission and 6th 
3817 36th St, 3809 36th St 3801 36th < Sts. Lulgl Ferrari as to improve- 
8t and 3757 36th St ; owner and ments on property. 



builder, J H McMahon, 806 J St 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



val St , -.. 

ALTER COCKTAIL BAR, $6000; 631 'SIGN, electric, $2900; 1905 San Pablo 
O'Farrell; owner. Harry Handlery, j Ave; owner, Sam Gordon^ prem; 



prem; builder, W C Savage, 2358 
Fillmore. 
DWELLING (1-story frame), $5760; 



contractor. Modem Neon Co, Laf- 
ayette. 
SIGN, electric, $1400; 1947 San Pablo 



E 34th Ave 100 8 Qulntara; owner Ave; owner. Gene Claric, prem; 

1 i...iij-_ ^ m T i_j -r otA 1 onnfmntnr "M^on M<t.int C.nrr\ 7RS 



and builder, C T Lindsay, Inc, 824 
Taraval St 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (8), 
$5000 each; W Ralston 150, 175, 200 
N Randolph ; owner and builder, 
F H Thorinson, 1608 Ocean Ave, 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (9), 



contractor, Neon Malnt Corp, 765 
Davis St, San Francisco 



UNDERGROUND Construction work 
HAYWARD. 
Owner — Not Given. 
Contractor — Underground Constr Co, 
75th Ave and San Leandro Blvd, 
Oakland. 

Filed, April 5, 1946. Dated, 

EJach two weeks „ 75% 

40 days after completion „ 26% 

TOTAL COST. $30,425.80 
Bond, $30,425.80. Sureties Pacific In- 
demnity Co. Forfeit, $50 per day. 
Limit, 90 woriclng days. Plans and 
specifications filed. 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



; April 4, 1946—2950-62 24th and 1190- 
92 Alabama. E B McNlcoU as to 
improvements on property. 
Mar. 30, 1946— S cor Lot 48 then NW 
30.9 to SE Mission NE 76 8W to 
beginning, ptn Lot 49, West End 
Hd Assn. HatUe Housmann as to 
improvements on property. 



liens 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 

Recorded Amount 
April 1, 194ft— Lots 6, 7 and 8, Lewis 
Subdivision. Gunnar Bostrom vs 
Ingeborg Peterson $126.00 



770-81 Various locaUons and own- Cherry Ave., Long Beaeh. 
ers; contractor. Apex Elec; signs. Anchor Post Fence Co. of Calif or- 

782 22nd and Pennsylvania St ; ( nla, 616 8. Anderson St, Los Angeles. 
owner, Taylor & Spotswood; con-! Howes A Whitaker, 3318 Union Pa- 
tractor, Kuchel ft Sievers; motors. | clfic Ave, Los Angeles. 

783 1523 30th Ave ; owner, F Reed ; | Theodore Scott 4406 8. Normandle 
contractor. Beacon Elec Co ; 2 plugs. Ave.. Los Angeles. 

784 1021 Golden Gate Ave; own- Wickes Sngineerlhg ft Conctruc- 



er, Calif Ind Garment Co; contrac- 
tor, »^uaUty Blec; service; motors. 



OAKLAND 



36663 128 14th St; owner. Chimes 
Coffee Shop; contractor, Scott-Butt- 
ner Elec Co; correcting Inspector's 
complaint. 

36664 NE Cor 17th and Webster; 
owner, Rupert; contractor. Scott- 
Buttner Elec Co; service. 

36665 6212 Estates Drive; owner, 
Runo ft Runo; contractor, Clifford 
Electric; outlets; switches; fixtures; 

pluga 

36666 3210 Harrison Street; owner. 
John Stauropolilos ; contractor, Fox 
Electrical Co; 1 outlet; 1 switch. 

6020 E 14th Street; owner. 



tlon Col, 1441 2nd Ave.. Des Moines, 
Iowa 

Phoenix Cbnstructlon Co^ P. O. Box 
906, Bakerafleld. 

R. Goold ft Son. 616 8. El Doiado 
St, Stockton. 

Whalin Bros., 2942 28rd Ave. Oak- 
land. 

Wixson ft Crowe, Box 799, Reddlnf. 

a B. Tvtttle. 268 Belmont Ava« 
Long Beachi. 

Frank Bl^tric, 505 Main St. Hay- 
ward. 

Olof Nelson Construction Co,, Lo- 
gan, Utah. 

Scott-Buttner Electric Co. 534 20th 
St. Oakland. 

A. S. Schuilman Electric Col. 887 & 
Dearborn St. Chicago, IlL 

Petersen Engineering Co^ 4126 2ttth 
St, San Frindsca 

Samuels ft Franklin, contractors. 



36667 ^-w _ ,.,..»»«» «. .r»«««.^ 

Western Maintenance Co; contrac- j bqx 1349. Denver. Cola 
tor. Fox Elec Co ; 4 ouUets ; 2 fxi- j ^ , 

tures; 1 switch. i So«tk P«ift Alto Si^tAoI 

36668 433 19th St; owner. Dr D I ^'^'y"!,™** ™'' OOIOOI 

O'Neil ; contractor. Paramount El ; | | Buuidlllg, PUO AltO 

switches ; fixtures ; alterations. j .f 



I 



SAN MATEO 



Mar. 26, 1946— Vance Smith, an in- 
dividual, doing business as Bush 



MONTEREY COUNTY 



SSlS^ch S SiSo^a iS 220/2« GARAGE. $11,000; Tllton Ave; own- , 
S«F OHx^ti w^i-tvJ; im'^itr' er. Stanley Machado; contractor.' 
296 E Orizaba, W Ralston 150, 175. I ^ j ^^^^ 132 Bancroft Road. ; 

Burllngame. i 

DWELLING. $15,000; 414 Seville 
Way ; owner. Phyllis Griffith ; con- \ 
tractor. Ray Madsen, 1002 Masonic ' 
Ave, San Francisco. 



Roofing Co, to U S Guarantee Co., Recorded 

a corp. bound unto Southern Pa- \ April 1. 1946— Lot 

ciflc Co, a corp; corrugated steel 

roof on iron and wheel foundry, 

Sacramento shops, $1234. 



Ing Co.. 6989 Mission St. 

CiSMCO. 

S>tnon Bros. Wrecking Co.. 1 
Market St. San Francisco. 

Lewis Construction Oo« 616 
St, Oakland. 

Monson Bros., 475 6th St. Ban Fran- 
cisco. 

Cut Rate Wrecking ft Lumber Go, 
1740 Folsom St, San Francisco. 

Joe Ciatti. 1755 Quesada Ave. Ban 
Francisca 

^ : T": ♦ 

I Medical Bwldrng, Berkeley i 

BIOS: Architects Reynolds 4 Cham- 
berlain, 3833 Piednr>ont Ave .Oakiand, 
April 11, 11 A. M., for Dr. S. H. Bab- 
Ington. 

A. J. Hopper Co., 243 Tangton 8t« 
San Francisco. 

Johnson, Drake ft 
Franklin St, Oakland. 

Anderson ft Haglund, Inc., S18 41st 
St, Oakland. 

Lewis Construction Co., 616 ISth St, 
Oakland. 

Moore ft Roberts, WS Mlasion St. 
San Francisco. 

De Luca ft Son. 1745 Filbert St. 
San Francisco. 

Correction In location of building. 



Piper. 17M 



SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 



200 N Randolph ; 70 E Capitol ; own- 
er and builder, F H Thorinson, 1608 
Ocean Ave. 

ALTER DWELLING, $5000; 12 Sur- 
rey St; owner and builder, Tom, . ^^^ •c«~.«„j»«^ 1 
Kustovich. 3054 22nd St I a A?|.'r^ h"!?^/ ^4(V> 40 Crvatal i STORE BUILDING (50x50 ft. con- Recorded 

ALTER COCKTAIL BiO^ $5000; 5050 ^^TE^^^^^^^^ ^ " je'^mT'cln- "«^« '>'^^' »^*-^«>= ^' '^ linden IaoHI 4. 1 

Ellis; owners, P Belshow and G, tractor, Valentine Krolkln. ! 

^^"■'f*"' Pf,r' ^" ^*'"' ^ ^ ^^' GARAGE and shop, $4000; 117 Bald- 1 

r^^^V fT^,!r.^"?i°?; .. . . /«J win ; owner. Otto Barth ; contrac- • 

DWELLINGS (1-Story frame) (6)., tor/Hamey Shelley. 

296 E Orizaba; S Broad' iisj 170 



36669 1405 34th St; owner. Cliff j BIDS: Palo Alto Unified School 
Wixon ; contractor, Paramount Elec; District, Albert M. Davis, secretary, 
outlets: switches; fixtures; plugs. 543 Channirtg Ave., Palo Alto, April 

36670 620-22 E 18th Street; owner, j 18, 7:30 P. M. Plans by ArohlteotS 
Amount Splvock; contractor. Paramount £1 1 Birge M. Cilark and WalUr Strom- 

17 Block 30 Co; outlets; switches; fixtures. i qui«t 310 Univerelty Ave.. Palo Alto. 

*Mav of Vis'ta nlfTi^v Tract near ' 36671 6290 Bullard Drive; owner, | peter Sartorio, 262 Clementina St, 
5SJterey.^^n S^Ha>;^es vs H |F W Steele; contractor. Paramount . san FrancUco. 

B and Thulah Bums, Nelson Rene Elec Co; range. Cari N. SWenson Co., 355 Stockton 

Imel " «*" ouniB, i^oui -gQ 9, 36672 527 23rd Ave ; owner, Metro- j Ave., San Jose. 

imel .$w.w ! ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^. contractor, T L --'--- 

SAN PRANirifirn rouNTY 1 Rosenberg Co; 7 fixtures. 

SAN FRANCISCO COU NTV . ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ Camden; owner. 

.^.^ „ ^ .--- — (..cvu-ucu Amount , Wilshire Oil Co ; contractor. T L 

Crete block, $14,750; Lot 16, Linden I^pHl 4. 1946— Labor and materials. ; Rosenberg Co; 1 outlet. 



Proposal 



spec No. LS 356— steel Pips 
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Sealed proposals will be received 
at the office of the East Bay Munici- 
pal Utility District 612 StXloeath 

L ■"«' r~^ 'j;~' o,v/v ,-« . , « street Room 205. Oakland. California, 

^ M. ft K. Corp.. 200 Financial Cen- 1 ^n^j, 5.30 p.m.. Wednesday, April 17, 

ter Bldg., San Francisco. ^^^ ^n^ ^^ that hour will be opened, 

Moore ft Roberts. 693 Mission St. f^j. furnishing approximately 40J90 

San Franclsjco. linear feet of cement lined and eoatsd 



Ave; owner, Francios Ercoli, 713 

Linden Ave ; builder, J Bettancourt, . amns ousiness as ^jenvury «-i«v ,--' ^^,„ ^„. « „„*i«t« 

422 San Anselmo Ave, Sna Bruno;! const Co, vs Edwin B Harper i ^^/^J^'^f-Sisth Ave owner Wll 

296 E Oriiaba: S Broad 145. 170 /^^^.^ .^^*"*"fL^.rr^J,^^^^^^^ $14,000; 840-842-844 Linden _ Ave; : 45th Ave and Quint 



.. .»A»,«rx,w. linear feel of cemeni unea ana eoaiea 

■f — " "♦• 



i--- — , -, - :rL "i.'j Vi J I mlno: owner, John Galbreath; con- j 

B Capitol; owner and builder, Lloyd; tractor. Thomas EUingsen, 3008 ! 
Sundberg. 1608 Ocean Ave. , Hacienda St I 

^IlS^ioh^-®N^VCliff?(?S\j«i:i DWELLING, $20,000; 320 Sonora; 
$4000 each ; N UUoa 82.6, 107.6. 132.6, ^ builder. Louis Glra- 



$14,000; 840-842-844 Linden Ave; 
owner and builder, D J Daly, 661 



paving. NW 



T L Ro- 



senberg Co; 1 outlet 
' 36676 808 Broadway; owfter, Slm- 



MlUer Ave. 



45th Ave and Qulntara N 75 x W 



157.6 W 40th Ave; owner. Atlas 
Realty Co. 1500 Judah; builder. 



owner 
cusa 



Rosenberg Co; fixtures. 



I- Oakland. Califomla. 
! Specifications (No. LS 3561 may be 
l«?blained at room 406 of the office 
I of the District 
I DANIHSL READ. 

BIDS: Marin Junior College DIs- *./j^*i*«*- cecretarv 

trict Kentfleld, April 11, 8 P. M. Plans! '' 



Realty Co. 1500 Judah; buUder. DWELLING. $25,000; 234 Parrott Dr i I AmniAllAI 
Pacific Coast Construction Co. 1600 ^^'^^^^^ ^'^ \^^ Mrs F S Fintan. \ LlHIipitllOl 



owners, Mr and Mrs F S Fintan. . 

Jr; contractor. J Henry Delaney, i 
A^t.mj.* «.<>. T ..-•..v.... ^^>.'ww , —w . — — j gog Capistrano W^ay. ' 

St; owner. G Silo. 108 Third; build- ga.RAGE. $500; 1409 3rd Ave; own- i 

f^^^^^r^J^rr^^rr, .,~w. «. , o*K ' ©r and bullder. Robert Gregg. 
ALTER DWELLING, $1900; B 18th g,j,Qj^j, uo.ooO; 1210 Terminal PI; 
St 25 N Kansas; owner. C Blanko,, ^^^^ ^^^^^ builder. B K Nelson, j Recorded Accepted 

447 San Bruno ; builder, Fred, 1218 Terminal Place. i April 5, 1946— Hauling cobble stones, 

FT S??-R?C ^IGN^'^il^*' 130 West D^^"^^^9'Jni^=A^H°wI^w; «t^' f"'" ^"^°" ^^^ ^^^^' ^^"^ 
ELECTRIC SIGN, $Li94. ido weai owner and builder. Arvid Hamberg cmitvi em Pacific Co to Rosenbere 



Judah St 
ALTER TAVERN, $2000; 110 Third 
St; owner, G 
er. day work 



f^JnnL 32 8 SW pSh?co S?d 36677 362 1st St; owner. Abe Co met. iventT.e.a. Apnni, s f. m. r-.an.; ^jj^^^j^^^ 

£?h^le w 9s y /iM ChaTL hen; contractor. T L Rosenberg Co; ^y Arohltecl Arnold 8. Constabls, Mi ?^,u^ iwJ 
H-l^Jt,^J..o.«^nmS6L75' outlets: switches; fixtures; plugs; t gjencer Av*.. Sauwillto. April 4, 1946. 

A^n 1 ^Li£^r^n^S;i*G;; "^e^ alterations. DeLuca ft Son. 1745 FUbert St, San ^^^^ 

"April 1, lW6—A8_to grading. Be- ^ ^^^ jggl Woodhaven; owner, j pranclsco. 

Klelser; contractor. A L Solari; 61 q 1^ yf^i^ ConstrucUon Co.. 4412 

outlets. 



ginning 57.6 SW 42nd Ave and 
Quintara W 25 x S 100. Chas L 



SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY 



■^~ T> '^-i _ »» -^^ TXo..r.M : outlets. ^ I Fulton St. San Francisco. 

Harney vsBeatnceM and Harold i 7320 E 14th St; owner. Car- . j^^^^^ Vanzln, 22 Hillside Dr, 

V Flynn and Estelle F Lope2..$300.00 ; ^^^. contractor. Fluoro Electric Co; Kentfleld. 

-■ , . I service. ,^ , John E. ICramer, 2547 Waahlngton 

1 36680 765 77th Ave ; owner Frei- j g^ gan Francisco. 

itas; contractor, Collins Electric ^o; ■ Minton ft Kubon. 200 Davis St, San 



Portal Ave; owner. Owl Drug Co, 



owner and builder. Arvid Hajnberg 
1412 Edinburgh, 



i«.«.. "'.r: „, \Z ,^ -, * ' 1^12 iiMinourgn. 

prem; builder. Electrical Products .q^j^qj, $1800; 537 Occidental Ave; 



Corp. 910 Harrison St 
ALTER BUILDING. $1000; 1451 Van 
Ness Ave; owner, J L Boccara, 
prem; builder, J Camp ft Co, 1093 

Natoma St 



owner and builder, Lincoln E Hlg- 
bie, premises. 
DUPLEX. $16,000; 554-6 El Camlno; 
owner and builder. W E Thompson. 



Natoma St DWELLING. $16,000: 423 Colgate; 

ALTER WAREHOUSE. $950; 501. owner, Julian Welthelm; contrac- 
Howard St; owner, B Blum, prem; , ^^^ Custom Bllt Homes Corp. 
buUder, American Fixture Co, 035 , RESIDENCE. $9500 : 274 4l8t Ave ; 
Howard St I owner. James K Beatty; contrac- 

ALTER garage, $750 ; 1422 Lombard ; ^^^ Peninsula Home Bldrs, 2562 
St ; owner, Gilberto Melendy, 2801 j jjl Camlno Real. 
Van Ness. DUPLEX, $10,000; Bayhore Ave 595 

ALTER dwelling. $600; 1117 Geary;; j^ ^^^ Diablo; owner and builder, 
owner. Sarah Goodman. 1855 Sac- i j jj Dore. 1017 El Camlno. Bur- 
ramento St lingame. 

ALTER dwelling. $500; 1902 23rd St; lg,j.Q^ music. $6250; 2324 El Ca- 
owner. Mrs John J Braddi. prem. | mino- owner, Mrs Robinson; con- 
ALTER store front. $500 ; 525 Castro | tractor. Claude P Llnsay. 

St; owner. E Monlna, premises. 1 ALTER dwelling to restaurant. $80,- 

1 000; Pacific Blvd; owner and con- 

« I tractor. California Jockey Club. 
DUPLEXES, four. $10,000 each ; 2640- 
42 Edison; 2846-8 El Camlno; 62 
64. 63-65 29th Ave; owner and con- 
tractor. Henry Voelker, 840 Edge- , 
hill Drive, Burllngame 



Southern Pacific Co to Rosenberg 
Bros Grading Co Mar. 26, 1946 

April 5, 1946—E 38th Ave 100 N 
Moraga. Superior Building Co to 
whom it may concem.-A.pril 5, 1946 

April 4, 1946— SE Folsom 225 SW 
8th Ct Reldar Winther to Her- 



Electrical Pemits 



SAN FRANCISCO 



i outlets; switches; fixtures; plugs. 
I 36681 6323 Valley View Dr; owner, 
■ W Johnston; contractor. Johnston 
iElec; outlets; switches; fixtures: pi. 
I 86682 278 Jayne St; owner, Cals; 
'contractor, Shea Electric; outlets; 



Francisco. 



Truck Terminal and Service 
SUtiion, Sacramento 



(Daily Pacific Buiidsr> 
(April 8. 1946) 

Pro. No. 172S— Pig Lead 



723 772 Harrison St; owner, Web ,^^ 

er; contractor. Atlas Elec ft Eng; 8; switches; fixtures; alterations 
8th Ct Reldar Winther to Her- i plugs; motors. ! 36683 4300 Townsend Ave; o^^^. | 

man Misrack ...„ ..-April 4, 1946 1 724 126 17th Ave; owner, Hedden; JH Anderson; contractor Special Own- . 

April 1, 1946—E 46th Ave 50 N ! contractor, Atlas Elec ft Eng; 1 out- er; alterations. ^,™., 

Santiago. MacArthur Building Co j let ; 5 switches ; 10 plugs. 36684 5^95 Foothill Blvd; oA^er 

to whom it may concern - i 725 1219 Fillmore; owner ;iand contractor. GUIs Appliance ana 

Jlpril 1, 1946 j contractor. Atlas Elec & Eng Co; 4 I Elec Contr; 26 outlets; 15 switches. 

Anrii i. 1946—E 46th Ave 76 N I plugs. 121 fixtures; 25 plugs. ^ ^ *. ^ ,..«. 

Santiago. MacArthur Building Co ' 7M 1131 Mission St; owner. Form 1 36685 1230 Fruitvale Ave; owner |Tran8weaftem Construction Co. 140. 

to whom It may concern iFlt Mattress Go; contractor. Atlas , Nordrega ; contractor. Dlmond Elec. | Front St. Sacnunwito. 

.„ j^pril 1. 1946lElec ft Engrg; 1 switch. ,4 outlets. ^ „ ^ « Markwart Co., Box 2071, Sacra 

Apiiri', 1948— N Randolph 60 W j 727 1621 Market; owner. Steam-', 36686 SE Cor 17th and Harrison ., mento. 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

Sealed proposals will be received 
In Room 205 of the office of the Blast 
Bay Municipal UUllty District 612— 
16th Street. Oakland, CaUfomls, un- 
til 5:30 P.M.. Wednewiay, April 17. 
1946, and will at that hour be opened 
for furnishing 50 tons of PIG LEAD 
in 100-pound bars, as per specifloa- 

tlMlS. 

BIDS: Associated Oil Co.. 7t New Proposal No. 1728 covering same 
Montgemery Street San Franolsoo, may be obtained upon appUcaUon at 
April 8. Room 312. Purchaamg Department 

- of the office of the District 

DANIEL READ, 

Saoretary. 
Oakland, California, 
April 5. 1946. 



3UILDING PERMITS 

Granted 



'Vernon. Edward E Dah'lstrom to 'fitters; contractor, M Schlmetschek ; ! owner and contractor. Foster * luei- 

whom it may concem.April 4, 1946; jser; 3 outlets; 1 switch; 3 fixtures. 

728 2266 45th Ave ; owner, M J ' 



1 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



King; contractor, M Schlmetschek; '[ — 



1 720 



FRESNO 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Recorded 

April 5, 1946— RECORD STORAGE 
Vault 184, Cyclotron Project F, 
University of California, Berke- 
ley. Regents of the University of 
California to John E Branagh 



, .-,- 24th Ave uid Irvtng St; own- , 

Accepted I er. Eagle Oil Refming Co ; contrac- \ 
" tor Malm & Welter; 



Prospective Bidders 



730 SE Cor Fell and Gougfa ; own- ' , 
I er. Eagle Oil Refining Co ; contrac- ; 
kor Malm & Welter; . 

731 723 Vallejo; owner, 723 Club; | .^ 



Rock Wall, Etc., Mudon 
Rock Terminal 



Stolte, inc., 8451 San Leandro St. 
Oakland. 

Fred J. BSarly, Jr., 360 Pine Street 
San Francipco. 



(Daily Pacific Builder) 
(April 8. 1946) 



Pro. No. 1727— Redwood Tanka 



Excavation of Hyperion 
I , Activated Sludge Plant SHe, 
Elc, Loa Angeles 



-^i^ 



APRIL 5 AND 6, 1946 



; RESTAURANT. $10,000; 3621 East 
Tulare; owner, Anton Preston; 

. contractor. Taylor & Wheeler. \ 

DWELLING and garage. $6150; 224 

DWELLING (l-story frame), $5600; s Sierra; owner, Harold Pratt; 

E 24th Ave 100 S Klrkham ; owner, contractor. L B Pipes. 

Mr Sullivan ; contractor, G E Carl- SERVICE STA. $5000 ; 3605 E Tu- 

son, 1601 34th Ave. I lare; owner. Anton Preston; con- 

DWELLING (l-8tory frame), $6000; : tractor. Taylor & Wheeler. 

S Montana 75 W Capitol St; owner, GARAGE and temp, dwelling. $1500; 
A E Carlson ; architect B K Dob- 3504 Braly ; owner. G L Cantrell. 
kowlU. 425 Monterey Blvd; con- DWELLING. $1500; 2296 Ivy; owner. 



March 27. 1946 ; contractor, Malm & Welter; 4 out- BIDS: Board of State Harbor Com- ■ G|lDS: Los Angeles Board of Pub 
Anrii 5 i»4ft^i4996 and 14885 Lark ! lets. \ missioners, F. G. Whits, chief ef>gl- ||c Works, 153 City Hall, Los An- 

St San Leandro. Victory Bldg j 732 1960 Folsom St; owner. Wat- 1 ^^^^ perry Bldg., San Franolsoo, , gelee. April It, 10 A. M. 

Co to M Jordan & Son son & Meehan ; contractor, Ets, Ho- /^ppn -,7^ 2 P. M. ' Case ConstrucUon Co., P. O. BoK 

April 2, 1946: kin & Galvan ; 9 outlets; 14 switch-; puncanson - Harrelson Co., 1404 jiog, san Pedro. 

!««;!* Pl"^!; ^T^%. '^^ .iDeYoung Bldg gan Francisco^ 1 ^^ ^ ^ 

— 733 582 Market St; owner, ,, Ben C. Gerwlck, Inc., 112 MarKei . Aih«,..hr« 

S ACffAMENTO COUNTV ; contractor, Hobart Estate Co; three , 5^.. gan Francisco Stockton Guy FA^klSon Co.. 1108 K. Gar- i 

— plugs. Ocean Constructors. 136 aiocKion '^ 3 r-oKri-i 1 

Recorded Completed 734 942 Market; owner. Plx The- g^.. San Francisco. i r,mSr A ShSev Co TU W ' 

Mar. 29. 1946-Central Pacific Rail- atre; contractor, C J Holzmueller; 1 e. L. Turkington. 465 C»"^°™** j Qiym pic Blvd LosAnge£L I 

I "t^- 1182 Sacramento; owner, E T j ^^lomSo ^o^s^^Tco.. 1571 Turk St. j J- E Haddijd^ Ld. 3538 E. BW^t- | 

iHaas; contractor, Frank J Kllmm g^n Francisco. ^^^ ^ „J Morrison ^dlS Co 810 Title' 

!Co; 12 outlets; 6 ewltches ; 8 plugs. Healy-Tlbbltts Constr. 1100 Evans t Morrison - Knudtaen Co., 810 Tiua 



way Co and Southern Pacific Co 
to Henry Sebak. contractor. Prop- 
erty upon which contract was 
performed Is situated In town of 
Isleton; cleaning and painting.... 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

Sealed proposals will be received 
i In Room 205 of the office of the Bast 
I Bay Municipal UtUlty District 81»— 
16th Street. Oakland, California, until 
5:30 P.M.. Wednesday, April IT, 1f4«. 
and will at that hour be opened for 
furnishing FOUR (4) REDWOOD 
i TANKS. Including staves, bottoms, 
and rods, but without foundations or 
roofs, as per specifications. 

Proposal No. 1727 covering same 
may be obtained upon application at 
Room 312, Purchasing Department, of 
the office of the District 

DANIEL READ, 

Secretary'. 

Oakland, California, 
April 5. 1946. 

(Daily Pacific Builder) 
(April 8. 1»4«> 



Pro. No. 172S— Lumber 



736 823 Clement ; owner, Little- , ^.^g gan Francisco. 



i Guarantee Bldg.. Los Angeles. 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



"""•'—• — —- ^' •',,■,"; n -lao *"•- '~~\r,' " " I isieton ; cieanme ana pamuiiK-— 1 730 oza ^jiemeni; uwuci, ^^.i...^- , ^yg gan i<Tancisco. -.^ 1 -D^^i^i^ -q-^a^I r*^ vviTv^^rm^ mt I 

tractor. Rite Way Building Co. 162; John L Maxey , ^ » ^^^ 35 i946 man Grocery; contractor. Porter El; ci inton Constr. Co.. 923 Folsom St, P»£^«„^»^^«« ^o., 833 Kearajr »t, 

^^^^^^^}z , , , .. tA^.^^^^; *J?^;rn ro^ctor ^rolApriT^^ 1 outlet ; 2 switches ; motors. I San Francisco. _ , ^^ „h ^« ^wL^on Co 5628 Vlnsland ! Sealed proposals will be received 

DWELLING ll-story frame), $«00 Potter Drug Co; contractor. Fresno P, ^ i^^ 1, S T 30. 3L Dan Doyle, \ 737 1856 McAllister; owner. Bab- ; ^acco Constr. Co., Freight *»<* '^ ^^^*^f*°^,^'*^ ^^"^^ i in Room 205 of the office of the Eaa^ 

W 45th Ave 300 S Pacheco; owner, Neon Sign Co. contractor Mar. 27. 1946 itskv contractor Pacific Elec Constr lygrry gts.. Oakland. ^vc North Hollywood- Bay Municipal Utility District 612— 

and contractor Claude T Lindsay SIGN $1000 : l^Ol Tulare . owner ! ^ ^^f J^/^^/^^if ^ei g ^nS bla;iy8 : cofs swUches sIX ^rliclsco Bridge Co.. 503 Mar- ; Western Dredging A Construction Ba> M^^^^ Pf^^,^^ ^California. unUl 

^°' ^t J^^^:^^ f • fr.„,M HR^ ' I^'^^'^'SLn rA ^°"*'^*^^'''* ^*^" C Terrell, ux. owners Lot 18, i 738 2283 Market; owner. Eureka ' ^et St, Sa 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (18), j Neon Sign Co 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



S line of Montana St 165, 190, 215, 1 
240, 265, 290. 315 E Orizaba Ave;, 
N line of Montana St 275. 300. 325. ! 

275 E Capitol Ave; owner. Atl^s Ptns Lots ^ f"<^-? ^^.^„^7^_^''j;5 
Realty Co; plans by Atlas Realty Sacramento Sub No 2 , o^^^^*] 
So, 1500 Judkh St; contractor, Pa- builder J ^J^,. ^^^^«"„^^„\^ ^'"° 
5;filh^sr$4^"rh"°'^ ''^' ^^.MS^lL^anTSortTr^rVcXX) 

D^LLINGs'T-sTo^r^- frame) (3),' J-f,/««- ^-*VSS^er'T2^ s'l^sl 
$6300 each; E line of 38th Ave 200, J;>"^7-. I^^ ^ ^^^*"' ^^^ 
225 N of Moraga; W Une of 38th J^ J^\^,^^°J^^- eourt. $1000. Lot 11 
Ave 175 S of Taraval; owner a^^ >^p1 Paso iSii^vlew Tract No 1; 
contractor. Claude T Lindsay Co, j ^^^f \"°d bSe?. E Herron. Rte 
824 Taraval. ^ ^ , I?^^!, ^-..^ 

ALTERATIONS (Pfrtitions and ^ d^l^no" 6-room brick and stuc- 
stall arches in offices). $600; NE ."ll^^jj^. i>tns Lot 91 .Sierra Oaks 
comer 20th and Miss on Sts; own- , ^^J^^^^^i^rvin Bennett. 3296 
er. Granafs; contractor. Ed Rose- Jt'«'^^°7 contractor. Nathan Wil- 
mont, 176 Duboce Ave. : f, " '^ ,^« 05*1. gt 

DWELLINGS (2-story frame) (2), ^"^y^^tucco r»00: Ptn Lot 1 
$16,000 each; W line of 18th Ave <^4^?,^No;irSaSaS;nto Sub No 
200 S Lincoln Way; S line of Lin 



coin Way 107.6 E 16th Ave; owner 
and contractor. Claude T Lindsay 
Co, 824 Taraval St 
REPAIRS (Install new foundation in 
restaurant), $600; 840 Great High- 
way; owner, Whitney's at the 
Beach ; day worlc 



Blk 13. North Sacramento Sub No 
6- owner and bullder. Steven Drak- 
uilch. Rte 2 Box 1326. 
DWELLING. 5-room. frame, $4000; 
Ptn Lot 2 Blk 21. North Sacra- 
mento Sub No 6: o'wner and build- 
er. Robt B Adams. Box 254, Del 
Paso Heights. 



""^-"-- , ,^„w w :^« 91K T»«rir n^tfii Rido- lq« An. I l^th Street Oakland, California, uuUl 

C Tyrrell, ux. owners Lot 18, i 738 2283 Market; owner. Eureka ,jgt gt, san Francisco. ^ . „♦ j ^^-/^^ *^'^*' '"«°"** "'"*»•• *^^ "^ !.«i:30 P M. Wednesdsy, April 17, 1f4^ 

Land Terrace Vista Unit No 4. Market; contractor. Penmar Elec;; chas. L. Harney. 625 Market '»^' . «®i5;- .^^ ^_-_ ^ shofner 88M Mad- 

VemonCox.contractor.Ma". 29, 1946, ! San Francisco. -,„,.,- Ala- foM St Lo. A^Wlsa 

Mar. 30. 1946-Ewald H and Helen 739 2905 16th St; owner. Fairway case Constr. Co., Box 416. Ala i^ord 8t, j-<m Angeis* 

R Zom, ux owners Lot 22, Elast 1 Market; contractor, Penmar Elec:imeda. ^ ^^„„^ and' 

Nichols Park. Eddie C Zom, con- , j Guy F. Atkinson Co 0^«8|JJ°^ 

tractor Mar. 30, 1946 : 740 75-A Boardman PI ; owner. I Railroad Aves., South San *Tan 

April 2, 1946— A I Richards, owner, ! _... ; contractor, Penmar Electric : j ^jgco. t « onn nth St 

156 Markham Way. M Fuglna, i J Y Basalt Rock Co., Inc., 900 8th St., 

contractor _ Mar. 25, 1946, ^^^ g^ ^^ 14th and Taraval St; jNapa. Keamy St.. 

/oi ^ i owner.Standard Oll^Co ; contractor. \ ^ Paclf^^ B^dge Co.. 333 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 



Recorded 

April 1, 1946— Lot 20, Block 28, and 
Lot 16, Block 29, Vista Grande. 
Thomas J CuUan to Joseph F 
Millatt Jr Mar. 30, 1946 



Assoc Elec & Mech Co; 

742 3001 Taraval; owner, Draeger; 
, ^ contractor, B J Doherty ; 8 outlets ; 

Accepted . ^ g^^.jtch ; 12 plugs. 

743 3015 Traval; owner, Draeger 



— ♦ 



contractor, B J Doherty; 60 outlets r 
'11 switches; 24 plugs; service. 

744 1735 Noriega; owner. Sea- 



Concrete HeadMmll, I 
Mission Rock Terminal ^ 1 



and will at that hour be opened for 

Peter Ki.»lt Son. Co.. OO B. OfmA "^'j^yf-Jio. 172« covering »m. 

may be obtained upon application at 
Room 312. Purchasing Department, 



'Room 505, Los Angeles. 

R. H. Flicklnger. 5017 S. Clasarroa 



Ave., Los Angeles. 

N. Earl Roche, 1667 Randto Atsl, 
Glen dale. 

Hydraullic Dredging O).. Ltd., 1901 
Central Bank Bldg., Oakland. 

Macco Construction (3o^ 815 N. 
Paramount Blvd., Clearwater. 

Clyde Wood. Inc, 6900 Tujunga 
Ave., P. O. Box 620, North Hollywood. 

San Francisco Bridge Co., 803 Mar- ' 



of the office of the District 

DANIEL READ. 

Secretary. 
Oakland, California. 
April 5. 1946. 

(Daily Pacific Builder) 
(April 8, 1946) 



BIOS- Board of State Harbor Com ^^ 

Millatt Jr Mar^30, 1946 744 1735 Noriega; owner Sea- j^^^^^^ p q white, chief •"fll- j^et BU Ban FranclsSi 

April 1, 1946— Lot 8, Block 7, and bright Market ; contractor. B C Van j perry Bldg., San Francisco, ^ressl Si Bevanda Construction Co.. 

Lot 16, Block 30. White <)aks. |Emon Elevators; motors. 1 Aorii 17. 2 P. M. , 'inc., 417 3. Hill St, Room 764. Los 

Nelson M Welbanks, et al, to , 745 1159 Market; o%vner. Bena- «p, l., Turkington, 465 Calif omla , ^^^j^ 

St, San Francisco. i^aa ' Case Construction (30., P. O. Box 

Duncanson - Harrelson Co., iw* ^ ^ Berth 1#». San Pedro. 

DeYoung Bldg.. San ^^^clsco. ; Barnes $l Delaney, 613 Bl WIUow 

Ben C. CSerwlck. Inc^ 112 Market g^ ^^^^ ^each. 




same Mar. 30, 1946ltg^rs; contractor. B C Van Emon Ele 

.. ^ «A«M V — a_ -en ^mf^A^ -1 131rv^lr 



Beach; day worlc ctart ttc; ridine hall and club house 

ALTERATIONS (install bedroom and, ST AB^s,.^^ g^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ 

bathroom In basement of dwelling). ♦ • ^^^^^^ j b Brown, premises. 

$1000; 2263 28th Ave; owner, Mrs «^^^j^^ 'g,^ j^ame and stuc- 
A Ma loney ; day work. , — jqq. ^ot 154 Carmlchael Col- 

ALTERATIONS (new livtag room ; co » ^^ ^^^^^^^ ^ ^ ^^^ 

addltietr to residence) $2500; 1813 ^^^ ^44 Barrett Ave. 

Greenwich St; owner, A J Abballo; jj^y^^LLI^rG 4-room frame, $3000; 

architect G A Berger. 309 Valen- ; j^^ g ^^^ q. jj^t Del Paso Hgts ; 

cla St; day work. " ^ , ' owner and builder. W J Carlsberg. 

ADDITION (outside front and back ^^^ g^^j^ g^ 

stairs and remove inside stairs D^;^rELLINGS. 21. 5- and 6-roora, 

from lower floor and frame pres- f—me and stucco. $147,000; Lots 

ent floor), $1000; 942 Clayton St;, --._.- .- 

owner, John Kazanjlan ; architect | 

M W McDonald, 2233 Divisadero 

St; contractor, Scott * Williams, 

250 Flood Ave» ■ „„„„ _.. 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (8' • DWELLING. 6-rm frame and stuc- 
$6600 each ; S side Alehiany Blvd I ^^ yj^^^ . i^t 21 City Farms No 
80. 105. 130. 155 E Congdon ; N side 1 g owner and builder, Richard and 
Trumbull 80, 105, 130, 156 E Cong- , Virginia E Savin ,1929 Wentworth. 
don: owner and contractor, David DWELLINGS, two 4-room frame 
Burton; architect, DobkowlU, 425. j^^d stucco, $7000; Lots 5 and 6 
Monterey Blvd. Blk 82. Folsom ; owner and bullder 

REPAIRS (apply shingles on front j b Ensinger. Box 201. Folsom. 
of dwelling), $520; 871 London St ; jj^^lLING. 4-rm, frame and stuc- 
owner, Joseph Packer; contractor, I ^q $1500; Lot 1 Blk 21. North Sac- 
United Roofing & Siding Co, 2906 [ ra'mento Sub No 6; owner. Ned 
Mission St Bredberg. 4825 U St; contractor, 

C P Edwards. North Sacramento. 



April 1, 1»46— Lots 12 and 13, Block 
50, University Parte. Anna Foc- 

cloUa to Aro A Okerman 

Mar. 25, 1946 

April 2, 1946— Southern Pacific plat- 
form at Bay Meadows. Southern 
Pacific Co to L C Smlth.Mar. 26, 1946 

April 2, 1946— Lotss 5 and 7, Block 
12 Lot 19, Block 17. Newbridge 
Park Map No 2. Arthur and Eva 



vators; motors. ^ . 

746 E Bru.ssells 75 S Olmstead; 
owner, Carraro ; contractor. O J Fer- 
rera; 

747 400 Paul Ave ; owner and con- 
tractor. Link Belt Co; 

748 322 Eddy St; owner. Robin- 
son ; contractor; Grandl Elec ; 9 out- 
lets; 3 switches; 2 plugs; motors. 

749 552 Roosevelt Way; ov.'n&r C 
contractor. Grandi Blec . 



Qassified 



10. 11. 18. 45. 23. 46, 61. 47. 48, 49. 
50. 51. 56. 70. 71, 72. 74. 75. 76. 77 
Beyersford Heights; owner and 
bullder Craft Bllt Homes Inc. 1445 
Bush St, San Francisco 



Greenbach to Arthur Greenbach.. JMuller; 

- Mar. 28. 1946 L^rvlce ^ .. 

April 3. 1946— Lot 18, Block 9. Dum- 750 2833 Green St; owner. Wood. 

barton Park. F J Cullen to H J | contractor. Grandi Elec ; 2 outlets . 

Dunlap ~ April 2, 1M6 motors. _ .^,^_ 

April 3. 1946— Ptn Lot 10, Block 6, 751 269 Porter; owner, F£™«7^ 

Friendly Acres. J L Rose, et al, to I comlce Works ; contractor, Buzxeii 



St., San Francisco. o*^v»«n George Pollock Co.. Forum Bldg.. 

Ocean Constructors, 135 Stockton g^,,^^enl)a 
gt, San Francisco. B.„on« ' Winston Broa Co.. 411 W. Btb 8t, 

Healy-Tlbbltts Constr. 1106 K^ans , ^^ ^^^^^ 

Ave., San Francisco. .^ „ , ,^ -^ 1 Griffith Co., 1060 S. Broadway, Los 
Clinton Constr. Co.. 923 Folsom St. j^^^^ 

San Francisco. ,^.^,„>,* -nd '< Ben C. Gerwlck, Inc.. 

Macco Constr. Co.. Freight and' 



WANTED 



Ferry Sts.. Oaklsad. .^. 

Case Constr. Ck).. Box 416. Ala- 

^q!^ T. Atkinson Co., Orange and 
Railroad Aves., South 



St. Baa Francisco. 



San Fran- 



J H Dunlap -April 2, 1946 Elec ; - 

April 3, 194*— Along Southern Pa- 
cific Railroad, Burllngame, Harry 
See to who mit may concern — 

_ A.pril 1. 1946 

April 3, 1946— LJts 16 and 17. Block 
4, Sequoia Tract Albert SeLullella 



*^as. 1^ Hamey. 625 Market St. 
San Francisco. 



Dismantling, Demolition and 

Removal ol Temporary 
Btaldittgt and Government 

Projperty, Premiaes ol 
Chevrolet Motor Co., 10626 
£. 14t|i SL, Oakland, Calil. 



PART - TIME B(X>KEEPING and 

TYPING for small firms. Excellent 

t^9 iii--k«t ! references. Reasonable rate. Mc- 

112 jnnev ^^^^.^ Bookkeeping Service. S16B 22nd 

St. San Francisco. ATwater 0742. 

(4/8-9-10-ll-l2/4«) 



POSITION WANTED 



to whom it may concern 



752 1811 19th Ave; owner. Safe , g^^ j,rau^„v^. 
way; contractor, Lee Elec: | Basalt Rock Co.. Inc.. 900 8th Bt, 

753 1333 Castro: owner, Safeway, j^^ MeOowan Inc, 625 Martcet I :^ 

i^T'SS;- ^a;5nUer."^eway; |st*^s^ ^SSl. "^ ' ^^ ^8.08: U. a. ErnHn-r Offloj^4 

!con?racJJ?. 2^4 liec ; 1--:: l^PaSSc Bridge Co.. 333 Keamy St, , ^.w Montgomery St, Ban franoljoo; 



,! 755 



jiur. i^ice £iicv , . 1 •. «...—-- — 

2645 Ocean; owner. Safeway, g^ Francisco. 

———-^ . _- ^^ icuniractor. Lee Elec; .— •♦■ 

April 3. 1946— Lot 79, CoUep Park. ^^^ ^^^ (3olden Gate Are; owner, 

Thomas J Martin to •«J1~::"--- -r^ ! Safeway . contractor. Lee Elec: 
_ „..»Apru s, iiKo - o-*.. 



..April 3. !•*«! contractor. Lee Elec; 




MONTEREY COUNTY 



OAKLAND 



SACRAMENTO 



DWELLING and store. 2-story. $13. 

000; 6217-19-21-23-25 La Salle Ave ;! reMODEL BUILDING, $1000; 1926 
owner and bullder. Carl J Klalber, K St ; owner and builder, A 8 
5658 Grisbome Ave. Bloimt, 1924 K St 

ALTER and addn, $4000; 1157 84th 



Ave; owner and builder ,F Corso, 
6005 E 14th St 

DWELUNG, l-story 5-room, $4500; 

• 3033 Burkhalter Ave; owner, Paul 
Thomas, 271-B Gibbs Ave. Ala- 
meda; contractor. H 9 Pulllam, 
5909 E 14th St 



BUILDING (frame, stucco, composi- 
tion roof). ^.000; 2625 K St; own- 
ers and builders, Drs Ruddy and 
Kahler, Medio-Dental Bldg. 

DUPLEX (frame, stucco and wood 
shingle roof). $8000; 1417-19 Q Ht; 
owner and builder, Fred A Niddln, 
1576 9th Ave. 



757 822 Geary St . owner, Safeway , 
contractor, Lee Elec; -.-v 

758 1875 Geary; owner, sareway . 
contractor. Lee Elec; _ . 

! 759 686 Sacramento; °!S*«'T,.t I 
i hnke Prtg Co ; contractor, W a a*^ 
er & Co; motors 

760 1220 Market St 



Recorded Accepted 

Mar. 28, 1946— Lots O and P, Block 

4, Sherwood and Hellman's Map 

of Salinas City. Pacific Telephone 

& Telegraph Co to O Monson and ,_ -UAr«tiAna 

Arthur Monson. doing business as I 761:3 various locations and own 

Monson Bros — __...Mar. 18. 1946 ! „ J . Jl^* *". " ttw Products Corp 

April 2. 194fr-Lot 3. Urabe Tract , ^F^; ,«^"*™*^*°'- ^^^ ^^^ 

No 1, in Salinas. Harvey and 1^*8°^ 



Radio Range Stations N 
San Diego, Long Beach, 
Daggett, BJc«^ -nd 
Fresn o, Cahforma 

BIDS: CAA. 1500 4th St, Santa, 
; o^^er. Cory j Monies. April 9. 10 Al M 



Na- 



QUANTITY SURVEYOR, ARC H 
DRAFTING. ESTIMATING. FIEL2> 
SUPERVISION. Have 20 yrs. exp.; 
want connection with contractor, 
painting contractor or home bnildsr 

-^ . io S«^ Francisco. Phone JU. 4-*'** 

04-203^12; April t, 2 1 or reply Box 43. c/o DaUy 

' BuUder. 



Serial 
P. M. 

Coombs Bros., Box 97, San Leandro. 

Haas Construction Co., 320 Mer- 
chants' Bhcchange Bldg.. San Fran- 
cisca 



STRUCTURAL ENGINEHR, RBO- 

ISTKRBD. Mechanical and eleotrical 

„^ engineers seek structural associate to 

Charles L. Hamey. 625 Market St, form consulting engineering firm. Bay 



San Francisco. 

J. D. BlUlinger & Co., 1905 C^ypress 
St. Oakland. 

George Petersen & Son, 1841 Ban- 
croft Ave. San Leandro. 



nL .ooii ii^ ♦ Qf o^-ner. Cory Monies. April 9, lo /k. ■•. ,^0, 'croft Ave. San Leandro. 

760 1220 Market St, oi^r > m . ^^^^ constnictton Co, 3485 wtoalin Bros., 2943 21rd Ave.. Oak- 

Lunch: contractor, W B »»k«'^ I '^, „. ^an Diero. _ i«„h 



Noell St. San Diego. 
Charles J. Dorfman, 134 N. LA J*i 

*'^lr^^X inc. TO* 8. Sprto, 
Enn. Burch... to ™el >,PeH.l J J„^,,;.|^„„f^rr. J^i °^U.'- 3 ^'n.'? V^ Va*»b«rgb Co, M» 



MARIN COUNTY 



Recorded Accepted 

April 3, 1946— KENTFIELD. A T 
(Goodwin to The Litchfield Const 

Company March 29, 1946 

April 3, 194«— SYCAMORE Village. 
Mill Valley. Marin Capital Co to 
(^heen Constr Co April 2, 1946 



— A.pril 2, lM6iQ^jjg^g. 3 g^.,tches; 4 plugs 

765 222 Embarcadero; o'^®'"' ."j^: 
phael; contractor. Rotter Electric, 

* 766 200 Bush St; owner. St*"f*IJ? 
Oil Co; contractor. Westlnghouse Ei 
Corp; - ^__ 

767-8 Various locations and own- 
ers; contractor. Wonderilte weon 
Products Co; signa «>,it»- 

769 1340 Steiner St; owner, wnue. 
contractor, Weber-Conroy ; 1 P'«»- 



San Vicente Ave South <5ate. 

R A. Wattson Co.. 6628 VIneland 
Ave North Hollywood- 

California Lead Cable SpUdng Oo, 
12012 S. Atlantic Blvd., Compton. 

Newbery Electric Corp.. 1038 Venice 
Blvd^ Los Angeles, ^^ 

Al«>m Fence Co.. 3340 San Fer- 
nando Rd.. Los Angeles. 

United States (Construction Corp., 
Ill E Chartres St, An a h eim. 

Shipyard Constructioo Co., 



land. 

Peter ll^orensen, 927 Arguello St, 
Redwood City! 

R. R. Randall, 8032 MacArthur 
Blvd., Oakland. 

K. R. C Ckmstruction Co., 20« All- 
ston Way. Berkeley. 

Charles Wait. 666 Mission St, San 
Franclscd. 

Herman Misrack. 575 6tti St. San 
Francisco. 

J. Henry Harris. 2657 9th St, Berk- 
eley. 

Stolte, Inc.. 8451 San Leandro St, 
Oakland. 

Clevelahd Wrecking Go., 2800 Srd 
St, San Francisco. 

Dolan Building Supplies A 



Area. Reply Box 46. c/o DaUy Paclfia 
Builder. 4/3-4- 5-8-9/4S 

HELP WANTED 



" PURCHASING AGENT for Build- 
ing Materials Firm, thorougbly fa* 
miliar with Lumber. Permanent Stata 
exp. and salary expected. Reply Box 
42 c/o Daily Pacific Builder. 

4/2-t-4-5/4« 



SHINGLE and SHAKE ROOFING 
FOPJEMAN and SUPT. Capable of 
working vsith and supervlaing crew 
of from 5 to 18 shinglers. Pealnaula 
resident preferred. (3ood opportunity. 
Reply Box 44. c/o Dally Pacific 
Builder. 4/3-4-5-8-9/46 



ARCHITECTTURAL DRAFTSMAN, 
full time. Salary open. Call OLympla 
6972. 4/4-»-4-»/4« 



I 

I 



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PLANS and 
Speculations 



Delano: The city council has en- 
dorsed the City Manager form of 
government and the issue will be 
submitted to the electorate at the 
next election. Also approved are 
two new sewer districts which will 
cost a toUl of $61,900. 
oOo 

Isleton: H. J. Heinz, the canning 
corporation, ia seeking a site for 
a factory here for construction of 
a bottling and processing plant. 
The city owns the site selected and 
at present it is used as a play- 
ground. • 

oOo 

SPRINGFIELD, Mase.: A new 

approach to housing relief has 
started here with the construction 
of 4-room Quonset huts built on 
city park property to relieve the 
housing shortage. The huts, com- 
plete with refrigerator, stove, heat- 
ing, plumbing and bath, cost the 
city 12,998. 
oOo 

.»rw- ^- 

Antioch: Circulation of the pe- 
tition asking the city council to 
pave portions of "E", "F", and 
13th streets, have been completed 
and filed with the city clerk. Build- 
ing of curbs and gutters is includ- 
ed in the request. 
oOo 

Richmond: The city council has 
authorized City Attorney T. M. 
Carlson to start immediate action 
seeking purchase of 150 acres of 
waterfront property now belong- 
ing to the Kaiser shipyards. 
# 

PLANNERS INSTITUTE 

Earl O. Mills, nationally-recog- 
nized planning consultant, who has 
been named to select the site for 
an Oakland civic center, has been 
elected president of the American 
Institute of Planners at Cleveland. 

Mills, who also has served as a 
consultant for street and highway 
planning here, has offices in Saint 
Louis, and is a consultant for sev- 
eral other cities, including Chicago, 
Los Angeles, and Winnipeg, Can. 

The Institute of Planners, which 
he now heads, has members from 
several hundred cities. 




^aila Pacific ?^uil^er 

I ADArcT rONSTRUCTION SAIIV IN THE \A^EST 




Builciinf and 
p EBf^neering 
News Servic« 



Fiftv>»ixth Year— Vol. 56— No. 



68 



Screen Government 
Building Projects to 
Stop Deferrable Jobs 

Ivan A. Bickelhaupt, chairman I At the Teheran conference Gen- 
of the newly-formed Inter- Agency eral Mihailovic was pitched to tne 




SAN FRANCISCO. TUESDAY. APRIL 9. 1 946 

Egyptian Engineer Studies Flood Control 



PRICE 1 5 CENTS PER COPY 



JUSTICE 



BY TITO 



Construction Coordinating Commit 
tee, which held its first meeting 
this week, has asked all Federal 
agencies to submit within two 
weeks a full report of new con- 
struction proposed in the next fis- 
cal year so that it can be screened 
for essentiality and deferrability. 

All non - essential construction. 
Government as well as private, is 
to be deferred until the require- 
ments of the emergency housing 
program are met. 

Federal agencies whose new con- 
struction is to be screened for es- 
sentiality and deferrability are the 
War department. Navy depart- niks. 
ment, the Departments of Interior, 
Commerce, Agriculture, the Vet- 
erans' Administration, Federal 
Works Agency, National Housing 
Administration, and the War As- 
sets Administration. 

# 



CHINESE STUDY CVP 

Thirteen Chinese government hy- 
dro-electrical engineers are here 
in the U. S. to study power and ir- 
rigation projects in the Central 
Valley project, preparatory to be- 
ginning work on the huge Yantze- 
Gorge development to be undertak- 
en soon in China. 

The China project will have three 
times the capacity of the combined 
Boulder, Grand Coulee and Shasta 
dams in power output. 

# 

BOOST TAPE PRICES 

Ceiling prices for friction tape 
and splicing compound — used by 
plumbing and electrical manufac- 
turers — ^were increased 10 per cent 
on April 8, OPA announces. 



wolves in an act of appeasement 
• • • 

Recently news came that the 
General would soon be tried as an 
Axis collaborator. 

ir it -k 

Several hundred American sol- 
diers protested. These were not sol- 
diers of the Chairborne division 
who made the Potomac Landing 
and the Pentagon Invasion — they 
were officers and men who got their 
battle scars the hard way — men 
who had been shot down in the 
mountains of Yugoslavia, rescued, 
nursed and evacuated by the Chet- 
They were also men who 



had been 'assigned by our War 
department to Mihailovic's staff. 
• • • 
Our State Department asked that 
some of these men be permitted to 
testify, of their own knowledge 
and experience, at Mihailovic's 
trial. 




made by Yugoslavia. American or 
ficers WOULD NOT be permitted 
to testify! However, the note went 
on to assure us that Mihailovic 
would be given a FAIR trial. 
• • • 



r can _, 

jthey need the equipment urgently 
to sustain or increase their pro- 
duction. 

Building materials concerns and 
suppliers eligible for urgency cer- 
tificates are producers of clay build- 
ing products, clay building prod- 
ucts machinery, malleable and grey 
iron castings, including cast iron 
soil pipe, cast iron radiation, lum- 
ber, logs, pulpwood, softwood ve- 
neer, softwood plywood, millworkj 
concrete building products, and 
concrete building products machin- 
ery and equipment. 

Others eligible for urgemcy cer- 
tificates are other producers whose 
products are classified as critical 
in CPA Schedule 1 of PR-28, and 
i include producers of some types of 
j coal, coal mining machinery, Strep- 
tomycin (a medicine), railiroad car 
brake shoes, penicillin, titanium di- 
oxide, resin, fractional horsepower 



SUMMERBELL ROOF STRUCTURES 

17A6 Thirteenth St.; Oakland, Calif. 



From Sa" Francisco 
ENterprJsc 10930 



From other exchanges 
TWinoaks 3622 




BURKE FORM CLAMPS 




SNAP TIES TIMBER RINGS CURING COMPOUNQ 

EXPANSION JOINT COLUMN CLAMPS „|C?E ED SUPPORTS 

THREADED RODS REINFORCED PAPER 

All Types of Concrete Construction Specialties 

W. J. BURKE & CO., Inc. 

780 Bryant Street - Saiy Francisco -^ Phone GArfield 8768 



Last week t retly^was promptly TALK TURNS TO RIVER-TAMING-Aly Fade!, young cnil engineer 'AC motors and electrical ijiigh -sfl- 
Last \\eek a reply was prompL^y ^^^ ^^.^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^.^^ ^^^^^ ^.^^ ^^.^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^f j ^con sheet steel. | 

Raclamation engineers — famous for designing the world's greatest The new urgency certificates are 
concrete dam, Grand Coulee on the Columbia River — talks over "river- 1 announced in Direction 1^ to Pri- 
taming" with Assistant Commissioner Wm. E. Warne of the Bureau. ! orities Regulation 13. They give 

i their holders preference (t)ver any 
i other class of buyers in purchases 
'of government surplus equipment. 
! CPA officials said it wa* not the 
(general policy of their agency to 
grant urgency certificates! for the 
purchase of Government - owned 
I surplus property. HoweVer, they 



The prosecution (or should we 
say persecution?) makes the ar- 
rest, ' supplies the jailer, appoints 
the judge and the prosecuting at- 
torney — AND also selects the hand- 
picked witnesses to be heard I 
• • • 



In this way Justice comes 
the Balkans. 

• • • 



to 



Construction Methods and Engineering of 
Large U. S. Dams to Be Ei^lored by Visitor 

,,, r ~^ 7r~ J, r • • 4- * i«o,.«' said that favorable consideration 

Aly Fadel has come from Egypt— the cradle of irrigation— to learn i^^yi^j y^^ gjven to applications 

American methods of taming great rivere for increased aK"«w"«"' i dearly showing that items such 
production, flood c«ntrol, and hydroelectric power development. j^^ j^^^^ equipment in Government 

Under the auspices of the Egyp tian government the International L^^Jiug g^ocks were urgently need- 
Training Administration has made - — • led to maintain or increase produc- 

irrigation project for the Nue|^j^jj^ ^^ critical products, and tha 



. . arrangements for this young civil 

We are assured that this i engineer from Cairo to study with 

will not be an assassination, j ^j,g United States Bureau of Rec- 

The accused will be given a , lamation, world famous for its 

fair trial— and then hanged. Boulder Dam, highest ever built, 

and Grand Coulee Dam, colossus 
among concrete structures. 

While irrigation has been prac- 
tices i nthe Valley of the Nile for 
4,000 years or more, there are no 




CPA Issues Urgency Certificates' to 
Help Suppliers Get War Surplus Equipment 

CPA has created nr«ency certificates which will »>« .j**"*^** 
producers of criticaUy scarce products to give them first callort war 
Assets Administratiodn stocks of surplu s equipment, providea we 

producers can demonstrate that ^^^^ ^^ .^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ 

the equipment. 

The urgency certificate means 
only that if the producer can lo- 
cate the equipment he needs m 
WAA stocks, he and other holders 
of the certificates will take prec- 
edence over any other class of buy- 

ers. 

The certificates will expire 60 
days after their issuance, but if 
their holders have been unable to 
locate and buy the surplus equip- 
ment by the expiration date, they 
may apply for a renewal. 

Applications for the certificates 
should be made on Form CPA 
4425, obtainable from the Civilian 
Production Administration, Wash- 
ington 25, D. C, or from the 71 
CPA District Construction oflBces. 
# . * 

Oakland Man Gets 
New OPA Appointm't 

OPA has announced appointment 
of David N. Edwards, of Oakland, 
as price executive of the Building 
Materials Branch of OPA Building 
and Construction Price division. 
Edwards succeeds W. S. Ingram, 
who recently was appointed price 
executive of the OPA Lumber Price 
branch to fill the vacancy created 
by the resignation of former Lum- 
ber Price Executive Pet^r A. Stone. 

Edwards, the new OPA building 
materials price executive, from 
1936 until his appointment to the 
OPA post last week was general 
manager of Wood Products com- 
pany of Oakland, a firm engaged 
in labor relations and lumber sta- 
tistical information work. From 
1912 until early this year, he was 
a partner in the Oakland Planing 
Mill, a general millwork firm. 



dam in Mr. Fadel's' native Egypt tion. Recently he completed a two 
to compare in size with those which | weeks orientation course in the 



that 
River. . the equipment could not be obtain- 

In his study of irrigation andj^^ ^^^^ enough from equipment 
dam-building techniques developed ■ manufacturers, 
by the Bureau of Reclamation, he i rpj^^ issuance of urgency cer- 
will work under the direction of i * jficatg CPA warned, givtes no aa- 

Chief Engineer Walker R. Young; ; , _ 

at Denver, and later he will 'join 
Bureau field crews on projects be- 
ing surveyed or under construc- 



I 



PIPE SMOKERS 
BEPAI«^ERTICE_ 

S«a4 Ut Your Broken Pip^s for 
lt«peir w Write for lafomiotlM 



H 



AR8Y 



PARKER 



KirAlll SHOP 
_2*'2 SfooJwoy Fresno. CaBf 




Roy M. Scott 



CLAY PRODUCTS 

Specify QUALITY Materials 

No CLARK & SONS 

llOth & Division Streets - SAN FRANCISCO - KLon^ike 2-0462 
Main Office & Factory, 401 Pacific Av e^ Alameda - LAkehurst 2- 3^77 ^ 



have been built by the Bureau of 
Reclamation to store water for ir- 
rigation of western lands in the 
United States. The Assuan Dam 
on the Nile ie 144 feet high com- 
pared with Boulder Dam on the 
Colorado River, 726 feet hifirh. The 
Egyptian dam ^onMiinB 1,400,000 
cubic yards of mat«^riai compared 
to 10,000,000 cubic yards in Grand 
Coulee Dam, key feature of the Co- 
lumbia Basin Reclamation project 
in the State of Washington. 

Fadel, a graduate of the Um- 
versity of Cairo, has been employ- 
ed for the past two years by his 
' ' - 1; 



Heating and Ventilating Equipment i government in planning a 

Boilers - High and Low Pressure | 

Steam Traps - ValveiS - Strainers 

Fans • Blowers - Ideating and 

Cooling Coils 

Phane MArket 2921 

"Tell Us Your Problems" 
.123 10th ST.. SAN FRANCISCO 



Washington office of the Bureau. 

Fadel has shown especial in- 
terest in the field of engineering 
geology and wants to devote major , 
attention to a study of methods . 
used by the Bureau in sub-surface j 
exploration work on dam founda- 1 
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in the river to divert water to their 
fields during flood seasons, but 
storage of water for use in long 
periods of drouth and to produce 
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in America, has been limited in 




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F. W. DODGE CORPORATION, Owner 

G. E. McOAVRAN. EdlWr J. E. ODGERS, AdverUeInf Manafar 

4«S Tenlh St., San Francisco 3 TaLi MArkift 7110 



CANCXJA PARK, Los Angeles Co.. 4/9/46 • • 2 • under advisement Announcement to 

Calif. U. S. Post Office. PROCEED ORDER I be made shorUy. 

Painting exterior concrete, interior | DWELLINGS Cont. Pr., fl5,020 I Plans were prepared by Consulting 

painting, and misc. repairs. j PRICE, Carbon County, Utali. 'Engineer James J. Walsh, 1U2 ilar- 

Ow-ner— Office of the Division En- • Construction of lo family dwelling ( ket St, San Francisco. 

gineer. PBA, Federal Works Agcy., units ; Utah V-4-2217 ■ 

838 U. S. Appraiser's Bldg., San ' Owner— Federal Public Housing Au- ' 4/9/46 '• S3 

Francisco 11. thority, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San' CONTRACT AWARDED 

Plans and specifications obtainable Francisco. MAKIN COUNTY, Calif. — Minton & 

from the above office of the Divl- Contractor— M. & K. Corp., 200 Fi- : Kubon, 200 Davis St, San Francisco, 

sion Engineer, or from the Custo- nancial Center Bldg.. San Fran- i at ^72, submitted low bid and was 



dian of the building. 



4/9/46 • 

BIDS WANTED— 

TO BE OPENED MAY 9, 2 P. M. 

TERRAZZO FLOORS 

GRANTS PASS. Ore. U. S. P. O. 

New lerrazzo floors. 



1 6 



Cisco. 

Completion date May 25. 



awarded contract by M&rin County 
Board of Supervisors, Gea S. Jonai^ 
county cleric, Courthouse, San Ra- 
• 2 e fael, for construction of two-span 
timber pile bridge with timber deck 



Owner — Office of the Division En- j imits; Utah-V-4-2215 
gineer, PBA, Federal Works Agcy., | Owner— Federal PubUc Housing Au 



; 4/9/46 

j PROCEED ORDER 

I DWELLINGS Cont Pr., $430,875 | and wing walls on Muir Woods Road 

SALT LAKE CITY. Utah. ; No. 399. 

Construction of 225 family dwelling ; other bids were 



838 U. S. Appraiser's Bldg., San 
Francisco 11. 



Geo. M. Carr, Santa Rosa, $9995.50. 
Erickson, Philips & Weisman, $10,- 



f _ji 



BUILDING SECTION 



thorny, Humboldt Bank Blcig.. San ■ 30G. 

Francisco. j Duncanson-Harrelson Co., $10,497.75. 

Plans and specifications obtainable Contractor — M. & K- Corp., 200 Fi- j col. F. Betz Construction Co., San 
from the above office of the Divi- . nancial Center Bldg., San Fran- Rafael, $11,41^. 

sion Engineer, or from the Custo- j Cisco. Evans Construction Co., $11,428.50. 

dian of the building. ; CompleUon date August 7. '• iL J. Giffert, $12,785. 



4/9/46 • • 1 5 ' 4/9/46 ei • f • j 

BONDS CONVERTED {PROCEED ORDER \ .a HAMS RFSERVOIRS & 

CIVIC CENTER BUILDINU | DWELLING Cont Pr. $108,144 •^^ UJ\m^, x^«lin^T vwiaw w 

Cost $3,860,000 , TUCSON. Pima County, Arizona. DKrXMilWU 

RICHMOND, Contra Costa Co., Cal. j Construction of 72 family dwelling ^ -— ^^ 

Construction of civic center to in-; unit.s; Ariz-V-2397 ; 4/9/46 ** W 



8pui-a*wer pipe drains with oe- 
mented Jomts; 

(11) constructing 900 Li. 12-lncb do 
with ilmcemented Joints ; 

(12) constructing 80 Lf. M-in. diam. 
sewer-pipe drains with cement- 
ed Joints ; 

(13) drilling 1.600 I.f. holes for anchor 
t>ars abd grouting bars in place 

(14) 130 cy. concrete in outlet valve 
structure ; 

(15) 3,000 cy. concrete in floor and 
wall f <K tings of stilling basin ; 

(16) 2,100 ^y. concrete in walla of 
stilling basin; 

(17) 180 cy. concrete in bridge struc. 

(18) ao cy. concrete In septic tanks; 

(19) 90 cy. concrete in water tanks; 

(20) 260 cy. concrete in rest-houses; 

(21) oonstrticting three rest houses, 
except concrete ; 

(22) 5i.000 bJ. vacuum ooncrete pra- 
oeaa fbr floor and inside sur- 
faces Of walls of stilling basin 
and trknsltion ; 

(23) placinjj: 580.000 lbs. relnf. bars; 

(24) 1,000 s^y. grouted paving gutters 
(^25) 90 I.f. gravel backfilled gutters 

(26) installing 5,000 lbs. mlsc metal- 
work ; 

(27) constructing 3 M ft b.m. timber 
railingii; 

(28) placing: 250 s.f. elastic Joint fiUer 
stop; 



(17) — 
(18) — 

(1») 

(20) 

(21) — 
(22)_.. 

(23) 

(24) 

(25).-.. 
(2«>.-.. 



35.00 
35.00 
3S.0O 
35.00 



60.00 
60.00 
00.00 
40.00 



90.00 

100.00 

80.00 

55.00 



100.00 
85.00 
8S.00 

91.75 



3000.00 3000.00 15,000.00 6500.00 



.20 

.03 

5.00 

3.00 

.20 



(27) 200.00 



NEWS INDEX 

f^r convenient reference, news 
nuMrts In this section are classl- 
flMI as follows: 



Commercial BIdgs. 
Eiueatlonal BIdgs. 

Hj^apMals 

l^ltfvstrial BIdflS. . 
PMNo Buildings 



- 1- • 
_ 9-10 

11 

- 12-13 
_ 14-17 
„ 18-19 



(JMI(i*us Buildings 

SUtfm, Recreational Btdgs. 20-21 

Rkaldertial Buildings 22-26 

TraAeportatlon BIdgs. 27 

Misoattaneous Btdgs. 28-90 



9 



1.8--COMMERCIAL BLDGS. 

4/9/ • • 3 

FIRE LOSS 

STOCKTON, San Joaquin Co., Cal. 
— ^Flre recently damaged the frozen 
food locker service on Highway 50, 
Just west of Lathrop, owned by An- 
drew Coffee, Tracy Highway, at an 
estimated loss of $10,000. 



4/9/46 • • 4 

COMPLETING 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

OFFICE BLDG. Est. Cost. $5,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. Clay and Web- 
ster Streets. 

Conversion of residence into medical 
office building, wood frame con- 
struction. 

Owner— Dr. Fender, c/o Architect. 

Arthitect— J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 
ket Street. 



4/9/46 

BOND ELECTION 

SCHOOL IMPTS. Cost, $18,000 

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. 

School improvements, to include ad- 
ditional cla.s.croom. repair of Can- 
yon View school, Installing of light- 
ing facilities, etc 



elude new city hall, library, hall ; Owner — Federal Public Housing Au- ! i_uvv BIDDERS 

of justice, auditorium, art center ! thority, Humboldt Bank Bklg., San ' 

and fire department building; re- ' Francisco. 

inforced concrete, etc. Contractor — Del E. Webb Conatr. Co., 



Owner— City of Richmond, City Hall, ' 
Richmond. I 

Architect— Timothy L. Pflueger, 580 ; 
I Market Street, San Francisco. 
] Bonds in amount of $3,850,000 to ' 
i finance above construction were con- 
! verted to cash April 4. 



P. O. Box 4066, Phoenix, Ariz 
Completion date June 8. 



Owner — Canyon View School Dist., ; 

Jay Partridge, County School Supt,. 14/9/46 •• 15 i 

Chico. BID OPENED 

Architect— Not Given. ' ALTER COURTHOUSE , 

The school district %vlll vote April g^j^ RAFAEL, Marin County. Calif. 
30 on a proposal to Lssue bonds in j Construction of the following work 
the amount of $9000 to aid in fi- • ^t the courthouse: ' 

nancing construction. Matching state q^ waterproofing of the portico col- i 
funds are anticipated. , unm bases, seams in slab and 

brick work under steps ; I 

4/9/46 • • ^ , (2) refinishing cell under west end ' 

BONDS VOTED , of portico; ) 

SCHOOL BLDG. Cost, $18,000 , ^g^ refinishing men's toilet under 

SONOMA COUNTY, Calif. Ely Road | g^g^. g^^j ^j porUco; ! 

and E Washington St. I (4) adjustments to heating system 

Construction of new school buildmg. | ^^^^ ^j^g installation of a ven- 

Owner — Payran Elementary School tilating system in identification 

District, >. Olsen, Clerk. | office. 

Architect— Not Given. , Owner— Marin County Board of Su- ' 

pervisors, George S. Jones, county ; 
i clerk, Courthouse, San Rafael. 
i Engineer — Carl W. Zoliner, Ross. ! 

- . „ Low Bidder — Martinelli Construction 1 

4/9/46 • • 9 



Engineering Sectiw 



The school district voted bonds 
April 2 in amount of $18,000 to fi- 
nance construction. 



4/9/46 • • 4 

BIDS OPENED 

FILM EXCHANGE 

SEATTLE, Wash. 2030-34 2nd Ave^ 

Construction of 3 -story and basement 

film exchange (94x60) of structui-al 

glazed tile, glass block and brick 

facing. 
Owner — ^Warner Bros. Picture Dis- 
tributing Co.. 2405 2nd Ave., Seattle 
Architect— E. C. A. Bullock, 321 W. 

44th St., New York City. 
Low Bidder— Brazier Constr. Co., 309 

Pontius Ave. N., Seattle, $236,800. 

Other bidders, all of Seattle, were: 

Western Constr. Co.. $238,857. 

Nelse Mortensen & Co., $242,606. 

W. G. Clark, $245,959. 

O. B. Danlers, $255,847. 

J. B. Warrack Constr. Co., $256,067. 

Beal & Roberts, $257,460. 

George E. Teufel. $259,090. 

J. C. Boespflug, $263,203. 



JARRACKS 



BOND ELECTION 

SCHOOL BLDGS. Cost $85O,C00 ; 

PITTSBURG, Contra Costa Co., Cal. \ 

New lO-classroom elementary school, .4/9/46 
$131,000; cafeteria and equipment |pLAN NED 
for Joint use of primary and inter- 
mediate schools, $54,000; assembly 
bldg. and equipment for interme- 
diate school. $46,000; administra- 
tion bldg and furnishings, $54,020: 
addl. classroom for primary school, 
$16,780; shops units for junior high 
school, $43,600; balcony in audi- 
torium of Junior high school, .523,- 
000; addition of 7 classrooms, fur- 
nishings and laboratory facilities 
at Junior high school, $105,700; 
gym. building, including showers. | 
lockers, etc., at junior high school, ; 
$81,000; addition of 6 classrooms 



Co., 44 Mary St, San Francisco, 
$3100. 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as foRows: "^ 
Water Supply and Sewage 

Disposal Plants 31-32 

Bridfee 8» 

Dams, Reservoirs and 

Dredging _ ** 

Daoks, Piers 4 Harfcors *» 

Parks, Airports and 

Playgrounds — ■- 36 

Railroads, Subways and 

Tunnels 3' 

ELectrio Lighting and 

Transniissisn Lines S8 

Sewers Si 

Streets and Highways 4« 

Gas, Water an« Oil PlfM 

Lines 41 



(29) placin^f 1,860 I.f. rubber water 

jjOKT GIBSON DAM PROJECT. | (30) Insta/ling 4.500 lbs. of standard 
^ Okiahoma.— Leo Sanders, Trauesmau ! metal pipe, fittings and valves ; 

.Nauuiiui aauik. Bias-, Okiahoma City, j (31) laying 150,0M lbs. ca»t iron pipe 
IvjKia.. at *ii,S6y,&60.4U, submitted low ( (32 p 5 cy. irubble masonry; 
Old to the U. S. District iJingmeer J (53) laying 1(X) I.f. clay sewer plpd" 
uiiice, .f. O. Box 61, Tulsa, Okla., j with poured joints; 

\iov uie consiruciion 01 the Fort Gib- , (34) laying 2,400 I.f. drain tile em- 
joou x>am un Grand (Neosho) River, [ beddedi in gravel. 

I ...^^loxiaiaiciy iivc miles north of ' (35) placing 350 cy. of water-bound 
I X ui L Git>son, ..iua. , ;ieriai iMu. ^0-6. macadam base courae; 

! wi.ixk.1. U..US v\t:ie. I (36) 180 cyj. crushed rock for wear- 

j .a.1 joiiuaon auu teeter iiQewil Sous 1 ing cokirse, in place; 

, ^o., uiiiaiia, aNcu., ^x^,:i.0'6,i)00. \ (37) furnish, haul and spread 5,000 



(28) 

(2») 

(30) 

(31) 

(32) 

(33)...... 

(34) 

(35) 

(36).-.. 
(S7) — 

(38) 

^39) 

(40) 

(41) .*. 

(1) 



1.00 

.50 

.20 

.08 

30.00 

1.00 

1.00 

5.00 

6.00 

.20 

.60 

.25 

.30 



$4.50 



.36 

.025 

&00 

1.50 

.25 

140.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.20 

.04 

40.00 

1.00 

1.00 

7.00 

4.50 

.08 

.15 

.20 

3.00 

.50 

(E> 



.22 

.03 

5.00 

2.00 

.20 

125.00 

.22 

.22 

.30 

.06 

20.00 

.60 

1.20 

7.00 

5.00 

.13 

.40 

3.00 

1.40 

.30 



.26 

.04 

7.00 

4.25 

.095 

190.00 

.35 

1.00 

.30 

.12 

50.00 

1.60 

1.65 

6.00 

5.50 

.17 

.75 

.25 

1.00 

I.OO 



Co., 



I ajlosiu oi. jn.001 coasu'ucuon 

J.1XUUSIUU, xt^xas, ^12,oii.ouu. 

I x.i,oi'nsuu-iviiuuocu, Walsh, Kaiser, 

; u lau Cousirucuou cu., iieciitt;! Bros.- 

; ^i.cv.^uue K.,u., uc-iit;iai Cousiructiou Co. 

'.j^^u. J. i<. £>i.ea, )il^,;ioU,UOO. 

j western cuniiaciuig Co., Dea 

..i.uiiitj£>, XUUa, ^10.U0U,VAA>. 



a 4 



t/ y, lb 
-.MO VVANTfcJ 
..t.^^^i.<^Otcx'i:ia, Waah. — Until April 



gals, i^oad oil ; 

(3t) mix, dompact and finish 2,100 
ay. oil-treated wearing course; 

(89) installibg 1,100 lbs. yumps; 

(40) installimg 150 If. embedded elec- 
trical conduits; 

(M) ins tailing 5,000 i.f. of armored 
parkway cable. 
Total bidfe follow: 

(A) Fred J Maurer & Son, Eureka, 
$267,015. 

(B) NormAn I. Fadel, Hollywood. 
$282,770h 



d. 



i^iiguieei oixicc, it;A.tuel(Ci BechteJ Brothers-McCone, S. F.. 



...uot:!', dcalLlc, UliUci' liiV. -ab-tfl lOl' 
i^i.i.a^itig ill OVVitiulili^iU iSiUU^li, ^iX~ 
. .UiViiif^ Ul'CU^tiig ckUU UibpOisiag of 

i joii.ouu «:.y. ox mattsrial. 

! ..^ccuic^iiiuud uuiaiuable from the 

;.^ijo>e uliicu. 



$363.5*7. 

(D) Peter Kiewit Sons Co., San Fran- 
cisco, $389,707. 

(E) Guv P. Atkinson, South S. F., 
$590,501,1 



Unit prices follow : 



(3) »8.00 

(5) - 7.00 

(7) 2.30 

(9 1 5.50 

(11) 2.10 

(18) 2.80 

(15) 42.00 

(17) 98.00 

(19) 125.00 

(21)... .7000.00 

(23) - .06 

(25) aoo 

(27)„ 175.00 

(29). .... . 2.80 

(31) 11 

(33) 1.00 



(2) $4.50 

(4) 9.00 

(6) 1.40 

(8) 2.30 

(10) 2.10 

(12) 4.25 

(14) 75.00 

(16) 73.0U 

(18) 105.00 

(20) 110.00 



«35>. 
(37). 

(39). 
(41). 



9.00 

.SO 

1.05 

2.10 



(22).. 
(24)_ 
(26)- 
(28)... 
(»)_. 
(»)- 
(M)_ 
(86)... 
(88)- 
(40)... 



.45 

10.00 

.55 

.50 

.45 

65.00 

1.25 

9.50 

65.00 

1.50 



(•) Telegraphic increase of $5400 af- 
fects item 12 but no change in unit 
price is indicated. 



34 



10 33 — BRIDGES 



Francisco 



i oiljo OPENED 
* x,.±jxJ\j><^t.\. If li.NClNG 
oA.i.\ i?«,.tii>JCiis«.^0. San 
4/9/g • • 3 8 I ^oolut,ieai ijrurueus. 

RESNO, Fresno County, Calif. Unl- • TO ASK BIDS ; AUbcaiit^Lioii 01 pauuock fencing 

versity and San Pablo Aves. i LONG BEACH, Los Angeles Co., i ^^."cr—i>oai a oi xaik v..omuiisaiou- j 

ransfer barracks from Lemoore ■ calif . — The City of Long Beach. S. ! tit,, iuci.*ii»iu Loage, Golden Gate I 
Army Air Base to provide emer- ; e. Vickers, city manager. City Hall, ' Park. i 

gency housing for 73 male students, i^ng Beach, has announced that a i-.onv xiidder — Cyclone Fence Co., 440!,jqj 
26 double and single accommoda- j call for bids will be issued in the j tiayanore Blvd., $1996. 1(11)! 

tions. furnished and steam heated, 'next 90 days, for construction of two j .riucuor ir-ost i?euce c;o., at $2306.88, I (12) 
wner — Fresno State College. Arthur j bridges in the City of Long Beach^ j ^.uunuueU ibe only other bid. ! (18) 



(1) 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 



and fumi.shings at senior high sch., 1^ 
$78,600; cafeteria, kitchen, lunch- . 4/9/45 



Safstrom, manager, University Ave., ! one bridge will be built on Long 
Fresno. 1 Beach Blvd. at a cost of $846,445 ; the j 4/9/46 

'other will be built on Willow Street on-»« WANTED 

iat a cost of $574,386, for a total cost 

iof $1,420,831. Both bridges would be 

18-19 RELIGIOUS BLDGS. i financed out of the $2,250,000 bond 



3 4 



2 4 



4/9/46 • 

PREPARING 

WORKING DRAWINGS 

RESIDENCES Est Cost. $14,000 ea. 

SAN FRANCISCO. Lakeside Dlst. 

Construction of two wood frame res- 
idences, shingle roof, oak floors, 
tile baths, warm air heating sys. 

Owner — Kenneth Evers, c/o Arch. 

Architect— J. Lloyd Conrich, 593 Mar- 
ket Street. 



I issue voted in 1944. 
19 ! Plans and specifications were pre- 
i pared and are now being revised by 
Engineer Donald R. Warren. 500 S 



room bldg. incl. furnishings at the i plannED 

senior high school, $51,000; gymna- j CHURCH BUIIJDINGS j „ , , 

slum bldg. including showers, lock- ! FRESNO, Fresno County, Calif. One|Figueroa St, Log Angeles; revisions 
ers, etc., at senior high school. ; at First St and Grant Ave., the | are expected to be completed by May 
$108,500; earth quake-proof mg pres- 1 other site unchosen. i20. 

ent academic bldg. at senior high | Construction of two new church 

school. $14,000. ! K..»i^ir.cro 1.1/0/Aft •• 88 

Owner— -Pittsburg Unified School Dia 



I buildings. 1 4/9/46 

Owner — Latter Day Saints Church. ; BID8 WANTED 



trict Fred S. Ramsdell. Supt, Ar- i 
mand Stow, clerk. Senior High Sch., t 
School St opp. Norton St., Pitts- ; 

burg. I 
Architect— Chas. F. Dean. California ; 
State Life Bldg., Sacramento. ! 
The school district will vote May j £0^^! SOCIAL AND 



vjxwkj.«ij \.,o»ji-»EE PHOJ., Wasn. — 
on 111 luay xu, x^ A~ M.., bius will ue 

lauiciLiuu. v^uuice xJam, Wasn., utiuer | 
opcc. J.Z0X lur coiisiruciiou ox douiii { 
v.-ouiet; x^am, coiumuia Basin l^roj- 
ccL, Waiiii. worii. IS siiuaieu ueai 
tuc souiii eiia 01 Granu coulee, im- 
iiieuiaieiy uoiinwest 01 couietj \_it>. 

xue piiiicipai iieuib of woiK and 
tue esmnaieu quaumies involved will 
oe given tomorrow. 

A«w uxiurge to prospective biddei^i 
lui copit^ii 01 me spt^cixications and 



(14). 
(16). 
(16). 



(B) 

$2.50 

2.50 

40.00 

2.60 

2.00 

1.50 

1.60 

1.25 

3.00 

1.00 

1.00 

1.60 

1.00 

60.00 

22.00 

27.00 



(C> 

$3.50 

3.50 

30.00 

10.00 

15.00 

.90 

2.00 

.70 

5.00 

2.00 

3.00 

3.00 

1.50 

30.00 

26.00 

37.00 



<D) 

$3.50 

5.25 

5.40 

5.80 

3.25 

1.85 

3.26 

.85 

4.50 

2.40 

8.25 

3.16 

1.50 

37.50 

10.26 

S0.7f 



38— ELECTRIC LIGHTING 
TRANSMISSION LINES 
EQUIPMENT 

4/9/46 ••88 

BIDS WANTED 

GRAND COULEE, Wash. — Until 
April 30, 10:30 A. M., bids will be 
received by the U. S. Dept of In- 
terior, Bonneville Power Admin., 1300 
NE Union Ave., Portland 8, Ore., un- 
der Inv. 3661 for construction of 
Grand Coulee- Foster Creek Section 
of Grand Coulee-Snohomlsh 230-kv. 
wood pole transmission line, begin- 
ning at west switchyard, Grand Cou- 
lee Dam. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



8 8 



4/9/46 • 

BIDS WANTED 

NEWPORT, Ore.— Until April 12. 
8 P. M.. bids will be received by the 
Central Lincoln Peoples Utility Diet.. 
W. W. Jones. Mgr., Newport for con- 
struction of 6.4 miles of 68,000-volt 
wood pole power lines. 

Specifications obtainable from Blac- 
trical Engr. L. B. Kurchanof, LiewlB 
Bldg., Portland. 



Dr. Lynn W. Fawns, president of j ORANGE COVtnty, oallf. — ITntU ,.,.._ .. „.. _^ 

North Fresno Branch. 1961 Hasel- May 9, 2 P. M., bids will be received j ^lawings ; to oiiiers, ♦d.ao per copy, 
wood Ave., Freraa i by the State Division of Highways, ^.^t returnable. 

^ McCoy, state highway engl- 



17 on a proposal to isue bonds in the 
amount of $850,000 to finance above 
construction. 



RBC^EATIONAL BLDGS. 



4/9/48 

BOND ELECTION 

SCHOOL BUILDING 

LOS GATOS, Santa Clara Co 



9 



4/9/46 

BIDS OPENED 

PAINT FENCE 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



4/9/46 • • 8 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS 

RE.MODEL STORE 

ALAMEDA. Alameda Co., Cal. 1410 

Park Street. 
Remodeling of ladies' sport shop. 
Owner — Withheld. 
Architect— John Hudspeth, 427 13th 

St., Oakland. 



r-oiif '•■ Zoological Gardens, 
i^^ ?^^^'^"'A*"'*'r':f^',"univStv; Painting of fence around gardens. 
East side of Los Gatos. University 1 p.^.^er-Board of Park Commission- 
Avenue. 



G. T 

ineer, State Bldg,, Los Angeles, for 
• widening the existing reinforced con- 
! crete bridge across San Juan Creek 
I and the existing trestle across San 
' Juan Creek overflow channel and 
"about 0.4 mile surfacing approaches 
. with plant mix surfacing on the 

existing pavement and with plant mix 

' surfacing on cement treated base 

San Francisco , ^g^.,^ggQ j)a.na Point and Doheny 



20 



Park, Orange County. 
The work involves : 
(1) 240 cu. yds. remove concrete; 



Exnansiok of Los Gatos Elementary! ers, McLaren Lodge, Golden Gate' (g) remove portions of San Juan 

«s*ly,rtni Park. I CTreek overflow bridge; 

o5ne?-Los Gatos Union Elementary, Ifw Bidder -Larry, 840 22nd St.: (3 > 20 sta. clearing and grubbing; 

School Dlst., Board of Trustees, j $1715. 
University Ave., Los Gatos. 



4/9/46 • * 8 

FIRE LOSS 

FORT BRAGG, Mendocino Co.. Cal. 
— Fire recently damaged the Shaf- 
sky Brothers general merchandise 
store, 356 Main St.. Dixon's Variety 



Architect— Not Selected 

The school district will vote April 
30 on a proposal to issue bonds in the 
amount of $140,000 to finance above 
construction. 

Plans are being prepared by Arch- 
itect Chas. E. Butner. 7 Winham St, 

Salinas, for a shop t>"'><li"e ^^ /=°«^ I^P^I^^opp wPn 
approx. $16,000, Included in the above BID OPENED 



Other bidders were: 
J. W. Sorenson, $2080. 
Glampollni & Co., $3203. 
D. Zellnsky & Sons, $3557. 
R. P. Paoli & Co., $5990. 
Deemer & Deemer, $6372. 
Coastwise Painters, $11,077. 



20 { 



expansion. 



(4) 4800 cu. yds. roadway excava- 
tion; 

(5) 1560 cu. yds. structural excava- 
tion; 

(6) eoOO sq. yds. compact original 
ground ; 

(7) 5200 cu. yds. imported borrow; 

(8) 650 bbls. Portland cement-treated 
base; 

(9) 2900 sq. yds. mix and ^ompact 
cement-treated base; 

(10) develop water supply and fur- 
nish water equipment ; 



copies oi tne standard forms and 
ox me speciiicatiuns may De ooiauiea 
iium tne loilowing oiiices 01 tue liu- 
rcau OX rtecisjuaiion: WalKer K. 
xoung, cniei isiogineer, o. tt. Cus- 
LoiiiiioUbe, x^euvei z, coio. ; R. J. 
iNfcweii, itegional x.>irector, f. O. liox 
dJV, Keciauiation i^iOg., l<airgrouudB, 
i^.n-:c, diano; it'. A. x^aiiKS, super- 
vising Hiugineer, Coulee x.>am, Wasn., j 
cind Micnael W. Straus, Commission- I 
..i, Xiiureau 01 Reclamation, Wasn- j 
.u>.;iun 20, L>. c l^rospeciive biOjaera \ 
ucsinng to visit tne site ot the yorli ! 
6nouia communicate with the Sujper- ! 
vising Engineer. j 



REPAIR BUILDING 
^__^_ FRESNO, Fresno Co., Calif. Comer 

4/9/46 10 ; I^yo *°<* ^ Sta. (Ball Playgrounds). | (^j) nOM'iallonraJpiy water ; 

PLANNED ; Repairs to recreation building. ; ^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^-^ roadway; 

REMODEL BUILDING \ 0>^'ner-C ty of Fresno, city clerk. , (13, 33 ^^^^ j^^^j^ asphalt SC-3. bitu- 

Estimated Cost $15.000-$20,000 | _ City_Hall. ^ ^ ,,..kt...... «« ! mlnous surface treatment; 



Store and Mendocino Coast Hard- | FRESNO, Fresno County, Calif. Home 'Only Bidder-Fishe^^^^ sq. y^g_ p^pare, mix and 



vnrt and Supply Company estab 
llshment at an estimated loss of 
more than $150,000. 



•• 



8 



4/9/46 

BIOS OPENED 

REMODEL STORE 

SACRAMENTO, Calif. 8th and K Sts. 

Remodel interior, main floor and bal- 
cony and new front on K St side j 4/9/49 
of store building. \ PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS 



and Moroa Aves. \ 12 Mattel Bldg., Fresno, $1177.21. 

Conversion of church building into | 

girls' dormitory to accommodate; 

50 girls ; renovation and furnishing } 

to Include kitchen and dining room 22 

facilities. 
Owner— Fresno State College, Arthur 
• Safstrom. manager, University Ave., _ 4/9/4$ 

Fresno. ;wORK STARTED 



BUILDmOS 



RESIDENCE 
* ; SACRAMENTO, Sacramento Co., Cal. 



shape surface, bituminous sur 
j face treatment; 

(15) 8 tons asphaltic emulsion paint 
I binder and curing seal ; 

1 (16) 1750 tons plant mix surfacing; 
1 (17) 42 M ft b.m. Douglas fir timber; 
! (18) 10 M ft. b.m. treated Douglas fir 
• • 2 4 I timber ; 

j (19) 526 lln. ft. timber bridge railing; 
Cost, $8,360 1 (20) 1830 cu. yds. class A portland 



4/9/46 ••34 

biuS OPENED 

CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT.— 
Fred J. Maurer & Son. 125 W i-^tth 
St., Eureka, at $267,015 (including 
telegraphic mcrease) submitted low 
bid to U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, 
Walker R. Young, Chief Engineer, 
Friant, Calif., under Spec. 1178 tor ^ 
construction of Friant-Kem Canal ! 
stilling basin, Cottonwood Creek ! 
Bridge, Friant Dam landscape area i 
improvements, Friant Division, Cen- i 
tral Valley Project. Work is located ' 
about 1.5 miles northeast of Friant. 

Work Involves : 

(1) 4(X) cy. common excavation for 
structurea ; i 

(2) 2,000 cy. rock do; 

(3) 190 cy. excavation, concrete; j 

(4) 2,200 cy. all dassee excav. for i 
pipe trenches; { 

(5) 820 ay. chipping and roughen- 
ing concrete surfaces; 

(6) 18,000 cy. backfll; j 

(7) 18.000 cy. compacting backfill; j 

(8) 800 cy. embankment; j 

(9) 400 cy. riprap; 



^LASS and GLAZING 

Himco Store Front Construction Service. 
Mirror Manufacturers, 
Shower Doors, 

Tub Enclosures. 

Medicine Cabinets 

San Francisco Glass Co. 



5234 Mission street 



SAN FRANCISCO, 12 



Phone: DElaware 7313 



Owner — Eagleaon-Hawkins Co., 801 K \ puBLIC WORKS BLDG. 



St., Sacramento. 



cement concrete structures ; 
! San Antonio Way. (21) S60 cu. yds. class A portland j (10) constructing 860 l.f. 12-ln. diam. 

One-story frame and stucco veteran's) cement concrete footing blocks; : 



Cost $45,000 j dwelling (5 rooms) oak finish firs., ; (22) 50 cu. yds. riprap; 



Architect — Gordon Stafford, Forum bURLINGAME, San aMteo Co., Cal. j cedar shingle roof, gas furnace, etc 



Bldg.. Sacramento. 

General Work 
Transwestern Construction Co., Ri- 
alto Bldg.. San Francisco, and 1402 
Front St.. Sacramento. $17,688. 
Cabinet and Fixture Work 
Capital City Planing Mill. 1812 9th 
St. Sacramento* $6940. 
Bids held under advisement 



(23) 10,880 lin. ft furnish Douglas fir } 
piling ; ! 

(24) 3215 lin. ft furnish theated , 
Douglas fir piling; * 

(25) 351 each drive timber piles; 



S-10— EDUCATIONAL 
BUILDINGS 

4/9/46 •• 10 

COMPLETING WORKING 
DRAWINGS 
SYNCHROTRON BUILDING 

Estimated Cost $50,000 
BERKELEY, Alameda County. Calif. 

Campus of University of California. 
Construction of one-story structural 

steel frame and transite exterior 

synchrotron building. 
Owner — University of California, 

Berkeley. 
Architect — Jotham S. Gould, 251 

Kearny St, San Francisco. 



Primrose Road, in rear of city hall , o^^^lel^— Frederick S. Olivievl, lOSO J 
Construction of two-stor>' reinforced ; street, Sacramento. 

concrete, with brick veneer and . Architect — Frederick S. Harrison, 

some structural steel public works . ^Iks Bldg., Sacramento. 

bldg. (53x50 ft) to house engineer- ■ Contractor— Charles Guth, 1515 27th j (26) 15 cu. yds. portland cement con 

ing dept. building inspector's of- street, Sacramento. i crete slope paving: 

flee, wire dept. and park dept 1 Electrical Work— Manuel Joseph, 10201(27) IS cu. yds. portland cement con 

Owner— City of Burllngame. I j St.. Sacramento. \ crete curbs and sidewalks ; 

Architects— Leo J. Sharps and Irving piumblng— Leonard U. Plummer, 1019 ; (28) 30 lin. ft laminated guard rail 

F. Brown, 1319 Howard Ave, Bur- j j q^^ Sacramento. Ing; 

Lumber and Mill Work— Burnett A ' (29) 852 lln. ft. temporary 

guard railing; 



lingame. 

Bids will be received until 5 P. M., 
April 15, and opened at 8 P. M., by 
the Supt. of l»ublic Works. 

Plans and specifications may be 
obtained from the office of the arch- 
itects upon deposit of $15.00 . 

Following contractors have taken 
out plans: 

G. W. Williams Co., 10 California 
Drive, Burtingame. 

Monson Bros., 475 Sixth Street, San 
Francisco. ^ ^ , 

Chas. J. Pedersen, 333 Occidental 
Ave., Burllngame. 

MacDonald, Young & Nelson. 127 
Montgomery St. San Francisco. 



timber 



Sons. 



2 6 



(30) 900 lin. ft steel railing: 

(31) 6 each portable timber barri- 
c&dcs * 

<S2) 18 lin.' ft 12-in. CMP, 16-gage: 



1 



1/9/46 • 

BIOS OPENED 

JET PROPULSION LAB 

PASADENA, Los Angeles Co., Cal. 
Institute of Technology. Arroya 
Seco site. 

Construction eind completion of fa- 
cilities and buildings for Jet Pro- 
pulsion Laboratory; Serial 147. 

Owner — U. S. District Engineer, 751 
S Flgueroa St. Los Angeles. 

Low Bidder — Weymouth Crowell Co., 
2104 W 15th St. Los Angeles, $166,- 
59^60. 

Other total bids were: 
J. F. Cummins, $170,58L25. 
W. C. Smith, Inc.. $182,781. 
Jas. I. Barnes Constr. Co., $185,588. 
Baruch Coi^, $188,264.78. 
Zoss Constr. Ca. $193,808. 



BUHJMNGS 



1 3 



4/9/46 • 

BIDS WANTED 

POCATELLO. Idaho.— UnUl April 
26, 3 P. M.. bids will be received by 
the CAA. Box 3224. Seattle 14. under 
Pro. No. 7-406-304 for construction 
of VHF radio range near Pocatello. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 

14.17.-PUBLIC BLDGSw 



4/9/46 • 

BIDS WANTED— 
TO BE OPENED MAY i; 2 P. 
PAINTING AND REPAIHS 



1 6 



4/9/46 

TO START WORK 

RESIDENCES 

NORTH SACRAMENTO* Sacramen- \ (33 > 277,000 lbs. furnish bar reinforc 

to Co., Calif. j ing steel; 

Construction of 500 2- and 3-bed- j (34) 277.000 lbs. place bar relnforc- 

room residences, shake and shingle | ing steel ; 

roofs, long porches, to include 2- (35) 11,000 lbs. miscellaneous iron and 

car garages and workshop space; steel; 

to be of rambling type of Calif or- (36) 85 sq! yds. mesh reinforcing; 

nia-Colonlal, Monterey-Colonial and ' (37) 350 each expansion anchors ; i 

C^alifomia Ranch design. ; (sg) 5400 sq. ft sheet metal forms; t 

Owner— Craftbilt Homes, Inc., 1445 i (39) miscellaneous Items of brtdge ! 

Bush St., San Francisco. < work. i 

Architect— Conrad T. Kett, 75 Cre- ! Specifications obtainable from the 

clenta Drive. Sausahto. gtate hi^way enelneer. Public Works 

ConstrucUon will be FHA approved Bldg, Sacramento 1 

and financing will be arranged to , . | 

accommodate purchase by veterans, • 

all homes being within the $10,000 4/9/46 •• 33-40 j 

price bracket iBIDS HELD UNDER ADVISEMENT I 

The land planning, streets and wa- , RICHMOND, Contra Costa Co.. ' 
ter system will be developed to the , Calif —Bids were submitted April 8 ! 
most approved standards. to the Richmond-San Rafael Ferry i 

Transportation Co., Ferry Terminal, | 

2 6 Castro Point, Richmond, for the con- t 

' stmctlon of a 1000-foot causeway of 



FOR SALE 

NEW ROSCO 

TAR KETTLES 

on pneumatic tired wheels 
110- and 165-gallon from 
STOCK 

STANDARD MCHY. CO. 

112 Market Street, San Francisco 
EXbrook 8845 



AMPLE STOCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY- 





Frank Ashby, McmogJng Parfn*r 
70 Chthy Si, • mArkt 1230 

NATIONAL STEEL FABRICATORS 

( f orwrfy M oliowaf Omamenfof fron A ■rouse Co.) 



UNIFORM ^ DEPENDABLE 



4/9/46 

PROCEED ORDER 

DWELLINGS Cont Pr., $189,292 

MARICOPA COUNTY, ArlsoBa. _ _ _ 

Construction of m family dwelling ' clsco Bay from ciStro Point, together 
units ; J^^z-V-^1. ^ with complete ferry slip, including 

Ownei--Federal Public Hoiistog Au- ferry aprt)n and hoisting machinery. 



creoaoted piles at presnt Richmond 
terminal extending into San Fran- 



thority. Humboldt Bank BMg., San 
Francisco. 
Contractor — Del E. Webb Constr. Co., 
P. O. Box 4066. Phoenix, Aria. 
Completion date Augtiat 7. 



and two frame buildings (W ft long 
each) by DuncansonHarrelson, Clin- 
ton ConstmctloD Co.. Mercer- Eraser 
Co.. Ben C. Gerwlck, Inc. and C^ase 
Construction Co. and are being held I 




OVERHEAD DOOR CO. 

Ptien* OLym^ 631 2 

5420 8an Pablo Ave.. OAKLAND 

Phone JUniper 4-7897 
5731 Misaion. SAN FRANCISCO 




TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1946 



** 



PAILY PACIFIC BUnniTB 



PAGE 3 



ADVANCE CONSTRPCTION REPORTS 



39— SEWERS 



received by the State Division of 

Highways, G. T. McCoy, State High- 

Ijway Engineer, State Bldg., Los An- 



• geles, for about 3.2 miles grading and 



4/9/46 ••3 9 

^STO^KTON^Ian Joaquin Co.. CaL ] «"//-^^^"g ^-^^^^^ 

—Until April 22, 5 P. M., bids will 7."^^f.°"^i\'^^l"f,* ^^^^ 

be receiv^ by the Stockton City ^^eek bejt.^ Highland^^Ave.^am^ 

Council, B. L. Trahem, City Clerk, i 
City Hall, for construction of se 



lected material fill at 
Sewape Disposal Plant. 



the South 



Creek Bridge, San Bernardino Co. 

Items will be given shortly. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
State Highway En"gineer, Public 



Specifications obtainable from the Works Bldg.. Sacrame nto 
office of the City Engineer, City Hall. 
Stockton. 



•« 



40 



specifications obtainable from the j and $2^34 ^^°^^^ C«°~^^^«hip one day; 1 ated. outdoor type dlsconn«:tlBg 



above office. 



I 



4/9/46 

BIOS WANTED 

MODOC COUNTY, Calif. — Until 
May 8, 2 P. M., bids will be received 
by the State Division of Highways, 
G. T. McCoy, State Highway Engi- 
neer. Public Works Bldg., Sacramen 



Pacific Portland Cement Co., San yard at rZJ 
-„r,^j=/v> ^.rq65ft. foK /-. '-~r y"<» *t Grand 



switches for installation In switch- 



40 I Francisco. $2.33658, f.o.b. Conc^ rni.^t^ i^^ ^''^** ^"^^^ P**"** ; 
day; net; 30c decreal* K; ' ?°'"™''i,^ Baain Project Washington, 
uaj , "wv, uecreaae for f.o.b. shinninp- nnint «nH/«^ rSi.i,. ' 



ship one 
bulk. 



PLANS ON FILE 



4 2 



40—- 



STREETS AND 
HIGHWAYS 



4/9/46 
; BIDS WANTED 

SAN MATEO COUNTY, Calif 

; Until April 16, 11 A M., bids will be j 

received by the San Mateo County j 

; Board of Supervisors, W. H. Augus- ■ 

! tu.s, county clerk, Courthouse, Red- 

4 wood City, for construction of grad- j 
ing, paving, curbs, gutters, sidewalks. 



4/9/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until Apr. 22 

to. for about 29.5 mUes^gr^drng por- Is P. M.. ^^'^^^ ^j" ^f^ J^^f^ved by the 



shipping point and/or Odair. 
Wash. 

Schedule I, Item* 1, 2 and 3 
Pacific Electric Manufacturing Co., 
San Francisco. $82,975 and $29,778; 
engmeer $30 per day; mechanic $25 
per day. 

Allis-Chalmera Manuftu:turtng Co., 



Th» f«t»«wlng lltt of plan, and .pacification, for c®"**"*****^ 
projvct. ar« new avallabl. for In.pectlon at th. offico of DAILY 



PACIFIC BUILOEIt. 465 T.nth Street, San Frandsoo. 



Work 



LocaAon 



Bid Opening Data 



t of\tin ' * J**'", ^^y engineer; $25 per day 



King. River Wasteway, BtCi 
SpecificaUon 1181 



surfacing on new subgrade and ex . ^ , ,. .„„■,-, 
40 istlng surfacing and applying ^^^ \ ^ J^^^^'i^'^^i^ ^'^ , ^^ , - - — 1 *ov p*;r u 

coat between Eagleville and 4 miles ; 000 ft. of 6-m and 1 wo ft. of 3-in. | mech^ic. 
_ I north of Lake City, Modoc County, j C^ass 1.0 cast ^n beU and spigot ' General Electric Ca. Denver, Colo.. Friant-K.m Canal 

'Sl^rtSISt '^"^isco Water ^,215 and $29,875; $30 per day engi- ; Specification 1204 

Specifications obtainable from the "^"'filtrr "^m^ f?^''*"^*'^ " 

ww« «ffire. __ Schedule II. Items 4 a 



4/9/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN JOAQUIN CO.. Calif.— Until ! sanitary sewers, storm draing and 
May 1. 2 P. M., bids will be received water mains In the streets in and 
by the State Division of Highways, adjacent to Lomita Hills Subdivision. 



G. T. McCoy, State Highway Engi- 
neer, Public Works Bldg.. Sacra- 
mento, for about 5.5 miles repairing 
with untreated rock base and plant 
mix surfacing between Byron Road 
and Santa Road in San Joaquin Co. 
Work Involves: 

(1) develop water supply and fur- 
nish water equip. ; 

(2) 1,100 M. gal.", apply water; 

(3) 32,000 ton.s untreated rock ba.se; 

(4) 135 tons liq. asph. MC-2 prime 
coat and pene. treatment ; 

(5) 212 tons sand prime coat; 

(6) 47 tons asph. emulsion, seal coat 
(7» 41X) ton.s screenings, do; 

(8) 7.300 tons min. agg. dense grad- 
ed plant mix surf. ; 

(9) 330 tons pave. asph. 200-300 
dense graded plant mix surt". ; 

(10) 2.100 tons min. agg. open grad- 
ed plant mix surfacing; 

(11) 1(X) tons pave. asph. 85-100 open 
graded plant mix surf. ; 

(12) 5,300 tons min. ngg. plant mix 
surf, leveling course; 

(13) 270 tons pave. asph. 85-100 plant 
mix surf, leveling course; 

(14) 29 each raising manholes to gd. ; 

(15) 18 each raising lampholes to gd. 
Specifications obtainable from the 

above office. 



lie.solution of Intention No. 1994 
The work Involves: 

Schedule A 
(1) 44.000 cu. yds. excavation, all 
classes of material, including 



Work involves: 

(1) 7 c.y. remove concrete; 

(2) clear and grubb; 

(3) 137.000 c.y. rdwy. excav. ; 

(4) 2,500 c.y. struc. excav.; 

(5) 2.500 c.y. ditch and channel ex- 
cavation ; 

(6) 5,050.000 sta. yd.s. overhaul; 

(7) 41,500 c.y. imported borrow; 

(8) develop water supply and fi*- 
ni.sh water equipment; 



Fresno 



4-19 



Central Valley 



4-10 



above office. 



Patterson 



4*2 



4/9/46 

BIDS WANTED 

ODAIR. Wash.— Until April 19, 2 
P. M., bids will be received by the $4443'8o"**L!^fil^ 
U. S. Bureau of Reclamation. Cus- i *^ ' ^^"" 

tomhouse. Denver, Colo., under Inv, 
G-3S,012-A for type B (deformed) i 



and 5 ! Delta-Mendota Canal 

Westinj^house Electric Corp., Den- < Spec. 1183 
ver, $4021.30; $3522.50. I . ', — 

chlS. fSXWzTm^"^' '"■■ ( SUB - BIOS WANTED 

Graybar Electric Co., Denver. Colo., 



4-18 



<9) 4 750 M. eals. apply water; . , , 

(10) 6W sta. scarifying and reshap- reinf. bars o/'-^o^c^^te fob shipping 
ing existing roadbed; j Pomt and/or Odair. W ash, 

clearing and grubbing, consoli- . ^1) 1,318 sta. finLsh rdwy.; ^,, ' ;q .g • • 42 

*> ^ - - (12) 33,400 tons min. agg plant ^^^ ' "^^f^^^ WANTED 



! 4/9/46 
BIDS POSTPONED 



Goneral oontractor. de.lring subblds on any Job are Invited to make known 
•• 43 their requirement. In thi. column. There I. no charge for thi. Mrvioe. 



YAKIMA PROJECT, Washington. Qffio, .nd Lab. Bldg. and Irtdu.trial fteJatlon. Bldg., P.Utornia 



Reeearen 



—Until April 25, 2 P. M. (postponed 
from April 11), bids will be received 
by the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, 
Denver, under Spec. 1257 for fur- 



dation of fill and subgrade; 

(2) 1766 lin. ft. concrete standard surfacmg; ^,„„* «„„ ' ODAIR Wash.— Until Anril is 9 
curb and gutter ; ^13) 1.830 tons pave. asph. plant mix , ^ ODAIR.^ W^asn ^^ ;.^;!^. Apnl 18^2 , ^.^^ ^.^^^ delivering f.o.b. cars at 

(3) 306 lin. ft. concrete roll curb oo^ ton/iin asnh SC-2 prime ^ U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, Cus- ° ° "" " 
and gutter only; ! d*) ?^^,*°"^ •'**• ^^P^' ^^ ^' ^ Uomhouse, Denver, Colo., under luv. 

M) -22.956 lin. ft concrete roll curb go tons liq asph. RORC-5. seal ' F-38.491-A-1 for 350,000 barrels of 

and gutter integrally cast with '15) Z30 tons iiq. aspn. r^yj | modified portland cement in paper 

,5, I'^m: ft. concrete sidewalk. I ' .6) 2.f ' tons »nd --> ooa'', ee 1^?? 'wash'"""""^ """' ""*'"' °- 
^ (17) 280 c.y. Class A portland ce- | aair, wat-n. 



Corp.. Richmond; Bid. open April 12 
E. S. McKlttrick Co.. 610 l«th Street, Oakland (TWln Oak. 5070) 
Swinerton & Walberg Co., t25 Bush St, San Francisco (GArfield 2980) 
Barrett & Hilp. 918 Harris)on Stre et. San Francisco (DOugla. ^^J^ 
M. & K. Corp.. 200 Financial Center Bldg.. San Francisco (EXbrook 704) 
Carrico & GauUer. 365 Oc*an Avenue. San Francisco (JUniper 4-8081) 
Moore & Roberts. 693 Mission St.. San Francisco (GArfield 8579). 



the shipping point or f.o.b. cars at 
Yakima and Sunnyside, Wash., at 
the option of the bidder. 30 motor- 
driven horizontal shaft, centrifugal __^ , .. 

type pumping units, each complete Richfleid-Davi. Bldg., 65th and Telegraph. Oakland; Bid. open Apr 11. 2 P«« 



4-in. thick; 
(6) 8850 sq. ft 



type A pavement. 



ment cone. 



I 



4/9/46 



rsphaltic concrete tin ba^ 2- ^8) 245 y^^^ Class B portland ce ^^^-r^p, 

asphaltic concrete. 4-ln. base. J , ment concrete curbs and gutters ' BIDS WANTED 



4 2 



In. surface; 

(7) 367,482 sq. ft. type B pavement, 
6-in. rock base, armor coat sur- 
face ; 

(8) 4900 sq. ft. armor coat surface 
over existing pavement (10-in. 
wide), including base repair; 

(9 1 54 each setting manhole frames 

and covers; 
(10 1 3 each setting cleanout frames 
and covers; 



(19) 32,000 lbs. bar reinf. steel; 

(20) 24 l.f. 12-in. CMP 16 gage; 

(21) 1,434 l.f. 18-inch do; 

(22) 56 l.f. 21-inch do; 

(23) 228 If. 24-in. CMP 14 gage; 

(24) 44 l.f. 30-inch do; 

(25) 204 If. 36-in. CMP 12 gage; 

(26) 104 l.f. 48-inch do; 

(27) 342 l.f. 18-in 
gage 



MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho.— Until 
■April 19, 2 P. M.. bids will be re- 
ceived by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- 
! lamation. Denver, Colo., under Inv. 

1 22,669-A-2 for type B (deformed) , ., ^ . ^ .,.^„»,,. 
; reinf. bars fof concrete fob shipping | ♦^- "°^ returnable 
i point and/or Mountain Home, Idaho. 



with pump, motor, flexible coupling, 
base plate, and all accessories re- 
quired for a complete operating unit 
for seven pumping plants, Roza Divi- 
sion, Yakima Project. Washington. 
The pumping units will be installed 
by the government. No charge for 
copies of the specifications to pros- 
pective bona fide bidders; to others, 



A. Famell Blair, No. 9 Main Street, San Francisco (YUkon 0890) 
R. A. Cullen, 478 Jackson St., San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 
Stolte, Inc.. 8451 San Leaikdro St., Oakland (TRinidad 1064). 



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11) S^^ach setting catchbasin frames C28) 100 l.f. 24-inch CMP siphons, 14 



4/9/46 

BIDS WANTED 

CENTRAL VALLEY 



43 



Medical Bldg., 2340 Ward St, Berkeley; Bid. open April 11, 11 A. M. 
A. J. Hopper Co.. 243 Lanjgton St.. San Francisco (MArket 7070). 
Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St , San Francisco (GArfield 8579). 
Anderson-Hagliifad, Inc., 219 4l8t St. Oakland 11 (OLymplc 9108). 
Stolte. Inc.. 8451 San Leartdro St. Oakland (TRinidad 1064). 
George J. Maurer. 50 Yorl)i Drive. Piedmont (HUmboldt 3457). 



i South Palo Alto School. Pa<o Alto; Bid. open April ^\Jl^J*\^. 
PROJECT.! cari N. Swenson Co.. 355 Stockton Ave. San Jose (BAllard 260Z) 



CMP siphons, 16 , 4/9/46 

^SACRAAIENTO. Calif .- Bids wUl ' C^V^*?™** -^^^^ ¥*y 2' ^ T' ^' ^*^* Feter"sartorior262 "ciementina St.. San Francisco (GArfield «3") 

be received by the State Purchasing I ^'11 ^^ received by the Bureau of ; ^ ^ ^^,^ ^^^^^^ (,^ ^^jjg Fulton St.. San Francisco (feKyline 4362). 



and grates; . . , ^ 29 > M^each field joints for 18-inch ' TgentTsac^ramento, for ma\e^^^^ ^°'^^ u"'*^'" 

(12) 180 lin. ft 4-in. concrete drain (29) If^^each tield jomis lor ; ^„^,inment as follows: I Spec. 1279 for furnishing and deliver- ^^^^^^^^ Tay-Holbrook, 



4/9/46 • • 40 , 

BIDS WANTED ; 

DEL NORTE COUNTY, Calif.— ' 
Until May 1, 2 P. M., bids will be ; 
received by the State Division of ! 
Highway.s. G. T. McCoy, State High- I 
way Engineer, Public Works Bldg., \ 
Sacramento, for about 3.7 miles of 
placing Imported base material and 
applying seal coat thereto between 
6.3 miles and 2.6 miles south of Cres- 
cent City, Del Norte County. 

Work involves : 

(1) 610 c.y. struct, excav.; , 

(2) 196 sta. scarifying and reshaping 
existing roadbed; ; 

(3) develop water supply and fur- ^ 
nish water equip.; , 

(4) 670 M. gals, apply -water; 

(5) 6.100 c.y. imported base mater- j 
ial. type A; j 

(6) 13,000 c.y. do. type B; 

<7) 66 tons liq. asph. SC-2, prime : 
coat; I 

(8) 240 c.y. sand prime coat: i 

(9) 114 tons asph. emulsion seal coat ; 
(10) 1,100 c.y. .screenings, seal coat: i 
(11 » 490 c.y. min. agg. surf. rdwy. 

gutters ; j 

(12) 47 tons liq. asph. SC-3, surf. ; 
roadway gutters; ! 

(13) 6.900 s.y. mix and compact sur- , 
faced rdwy. gutters; 



pipe complete in place; 1 ^^^^ J'^e^^^^h 'field joints for 24-inch 



(13 J 13 cu. yds. drain rock. 
Schedule B 

(1) 944 lin. ft 8-in. vitrified clay 
pipe sewer, complete In place. 
Including wye branches; 

(2» 14,065 lin. ft 6-in. vitrified clay 
pipe sewer, complete in place, 
including wye branches; 

(3) 10.661 lin. ft. 4-in. vitrified clay 
pipe sewer laterals complete in 
place ; 

{■\) 52 each sanitary sewer manholes, 
brick or precast concrete, com- 
plete with type A (heavy) cast 
iron frames and covers loose in 
place ; 

(5) 15 each sanitary sewer man 



equipment as follows^ ^ , ^^^ ^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^.^^^^^ ^^^^ 

^OUO 47195 REQ 12220- °^ f.o.b. cars at Central Valley. Cali- 

existing pipe' 40 tons liquid " asphalt SC-3. tank !«™*^. the structural steel co^erdam 



Berkeley; Bide 



siphons ; 
(31 > 477 If. salvage 

culverts ; 
(32) 356 If. relay do. station. 

Specifications obtainable from the QUO. 47205. REQ. E-47926: 



open April 11, Noon 
G. P. W. Jensen & Sons 



, line, 7th St and Folger Ave 
itc 320 Market St. S. F. (GArfield 2444) 



trucks, crescent City 'maintenanx^e 5?l,l^^,tf„„?,^°>.p^Kj^"JJ^t^ Pacific Coa.t Steel. South San FrancLco; 

Bid. open April 15, 5 P. M 



above office 



41--GAS, WATER AND OIL 
PIPE LINES 



4 1 



50 tons emulsified asphalt, highway 
storage at Pescadero. 

50 tons emulsified asphalt Burlin- 
game or Millbrae maintenance sta- 
tion. 

50 tons liquid asphalt, MC-2. Red- 
wood City. 
QUO. 47207, PwEQ. E47929 



Central Valley 

The cofferdam will be Installed by, «•«- w^—- --,-..■ •-, - .^ /T^rv„»1oa n7nn) 

the government. No charge for copies , Barrett & Hilp, 918 HarriAon St, San Fra ncisco (DOuglas 07UU). 

of the Bpecifications to prospective . — «.** w..^. ni^. «n*n Aorll 1i 

bona fide bidders; to others, $1, not Sheet and Tinplate Plant Columbia Steel Co.. Pittsburg: Bids open April i. 

returnable. 



rrlAot 

ncci. «■•« . ...K--""- ■ •-■•-. Cotui 

Barrett & Hilp. 918 Harrison .«?t. San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 



4 3i 



4/9/46 
' PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS 

HILLSBORO. Ore.— As previously 
I reported, until April 11, 8 P. M., bids vendor's plant vicinity of Napa. 

will be received by the Hillsboro ; April 16 



4/9/46 

BIDS POSTPONED ; 

, .,. , ^ ,, CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT.^; 

10^0()0 gallons emulsified jisphalt. until April 30. 2 P. M. (postponed j 

^.._. „!„„* „.«.„. ., ^t ivT„..,„ from April 10) bids will be received j 

by the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, 




holes brick or nfecastcon^ete, ' Utilities Commis-sion. Hillsboro, Ore ' QUO. 47407 REQ. E47903: Denver, Colo., under Spec. 1253 for 

romnlet? with ster^ and^ w^^^^ fumi.shing and constructing 10.5 5400 tons plant mix surfacing, open ; furnishing and delivering fob cars 

uTe B(liSt) cast iron framS ■ niile-^ of 18-inch pipe to replace the ; graded type, delivered job site on K , ^^ the shipping point or fob cars at 
tjpe B (light) cast iron irames _^^^.^^ 12-inch mains. Est cost, > 14th St between San Leandro and , ^oram, Calif, fourteen 96-inch out- 



FOR SALE 
Gaston Portable Generators and Grinders 



existing 
$275,000. 

Specifications obtainable from City 
Engineer J. W. Barney upon deposit 

of $25.00. 

Following contractors have taken 



Hayward 



43— 



(8) 



(9» 



out plans: 

Parker Schram Co., '^ouch Bldg.. 

Portland. 



MACHINERY AND 
EQUIPMENT 



and covers complete in place ; 

(6) 1 each vitrified clay pipe clean- 
out risers with cast iron frames 
and covers, complete in place; 

(7) 3 eacn vitrified clay pipe clean- 
out risers with cast iron frames 
and covers, loss in place; 
984 lin. ft. 42-in. reinforced con- 
crete pipe storm sewer, complete - og'T^-Butler & Son, 4900 NE 42nd i BIDS POSTPONED 
in place ; „ Portland GRAND COULEE DAM, Washing 
489 lin. ft. 18-in. reinforced con- 1 ^t.. I'ortiana. i 

Crete pipe stomi sewer, complete 
in place; 



FORREST & EDWARDS 

1746 Clement Street - SAN FRANCISCO 



SKyline 3622 



4/9/46 



43 



i Steel Tank & I*ipe Co.. 518 NE Co- | ton.— Until April 25, 2 P. M. (post- 
j lumbia Blvd. 



let gates complete with hoists, motor 
reducer units, limit switches, indi- 
cators, an^^ownstream conduit sec- 
tions; and two' sets of erection equip- 
ment, for installations in the river 
outlets at Shasta Dam. Kennett Di- 
vision, Central Valley Project 

All electrical control equipment and 
push-button stations will be fur- 
nished by the Government The out- 
let gates will be installed by the Gov- 




, Portland. ; poned from April 10). bids will be ; ^^^^^^ ^^ charge for copies of i 

- - - , Kmnire Constr Co., 4606 SE 39th received by the Bureau of Reclama- , ... oTva/»i«/»otirtna tn nro«n#»rtive bona 



Oregon Culvert & Pipe Co., 2321 SE I for furnishing aJid installing two 

(15) 570 c.y. filter material; in place; i Gladstone, Portland. 1 electric elevators for block 64, Grand 

(16) 74 each remove and reset mark- (ii> 2 each storm sewer manholes, . ^^^jj p^ ^ .j,^^^ ^^^ ,945 ^ 'coulee Dam. Columbia Basin Project 
er posts. complete in place with type A j (.pj^j^ijia ^5.^^., Portland. | Washington. The work is situated at 



tumable. 



Specif ication.^i obtainable from tne 



cast Iron frame and cover, loose 



above office. 



M. P. Munter Co., 1437 Jos. Vance j Grand Coulee Dam. Washington. 

The work conststs of furnishing 



in place ; | gj^g Seattle. 

(12^ 14 cu. yds. reinforced concrete ( ^^{^^y Constr. Co.. 7708 Rainier ; and installing 10.000-lb. capacity elec 



4/9/46 .,.,„^^^ '* *^ storm aewer Inlets and ^^ead- . ^^^ g-^^_^_jg | trically operated passenger elevators, 

CONTRACT AWARDED walls, complete in place; 1 qtanlev T Scott, 1111 American i hoistwav doors, door operating de- 

KERN COUNTY Calif. --Ollf lews, a3) one each steel grating for inlet l ^ ^^^J^gy J 3^^^^,^; , vlcls and^mes for landin| en- 

Trucking Co. and Phoenix Construe- structure; 1 Hugh G. Purcell Co., Colman Bldg, ! trances, and door-operating devices. 



tlon Co.. Box 751. Bakersfleld. at $22,- , (14) 37 each batchbaslns. complete 



351. awarded contract by State Dlrec- j 
tor of Public Works C. H. Purcell, ; 
Public Works Bldg. Sacramento, for \ 
about 4.7 miles in length, shoulders i 
to be widened with imported borrow ' 
and untreated rock surfacing between 
Lost Hills and Wasco, Kern County. 



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4/9/46 • 

BIDS WANTED '■ 

MERCED COUNTY. Calif.— Until 
May 1. 2 P. M.. bids will be received , 
by "the State Division of Highways, : 
G. T. McCoy, State Highway Engl- 1 
neer. Public Works Bldg., Sacra- j 
mento, for about 3 miles repairing 1 
highway with untreated rock base [ 
and plant mix su"»acing bet. San 
Joaquin River and Madera County 
line in Merced County. | 

Work Involves: 

(1) develop water supply and fur- . 
nish water equipment; 1 

(2) 700 M. gals, apply water; ; 

(3) 22,800 tons untreated rock base; , 

(4) 98 tons liq. asph. MC-2 prime ^ 
coat and pene. treatment ; 1 

(5) 100 tons sand prime coat; | 

(6) 24 tuns asph. emulsion seal coat; ; 

(7) 285 tons screenings seal coat; I 
(8» 4,640 tons min. agg. plant mix 

surfacing; 
(9) 208 tons pavement asph. do. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
above office. 



with cast iron frame, grate and 
throat, loss in place. 
Schedule C 

(1) 300 lin. ft. 8-in. bell and spigot 
cast iron pipe, class 150 water 
mains, complete in place, includ- 
ing fittings ; 

(2) 8668 lin. ft 6-in. do; 14/9/46 

(3) 1550 lin. ft 4-in. do; 'CONTRACT AWARDED 

(4) 1765 lin. ft 2-in. do; i SHARP PARK, San Mateo Co.. Cal. 

(5) 14 each 6-in. gate valves, iron j 



Seattle. j Completion time 460 calendar days. 

Western Pipe & Steel Co., 200 Bush Bidder's guarantee of 10% to accom- 
St., San Francisco. ! pany each bki. 

H. C. Werner, 2091 Kincaid, Eu- | pians and specifications may be 
gene. Ore. 1 obtained from the above office upon 

Van Aken Sand & Gravel, Forest j payment of $1.75 per copy, not retum- 
'Grove, Ore. \ able. 



EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

For further Informatlen reganHng 
positions llated under this classhflca- 
tfon acWre«8 Newton D. Cook, Man- 
ager, Engineering Societies' Person- 
nel Service. 57 Post St.. San Fran- 
cisco. 



Drafting Service 



COMPETENT STAFF 

EAST BAY DRAFTING 
SERVICE 

1211 Stannage Avenue, Berkeley 6 

Phone Berkeley 7230-W 



'■^ 



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* 1 ■ 4/9/46 

! BIDS WANTED 

I BOULDER CANYON PROJECT.— 
Pacific Pipe Une Constr. Co., 2128 . until April 12. 2 P. M., bids will be 
body, bronze mounted, bell end. gg^^ Pablo Ave., El Cerrito, at $14,- | received by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- 
/ complete In place, including 334 70 awarded contract by North lamation, Denver, Colo., under Spec, 
valve box; 1 Coast County Water District, Fire- 1 jjgg for annunciators, relays and 

(6) 4 each 4-in. gate valves, iron house, Sharp Park, for construction | cabinets for penstock tunnel alarm 
body, bronze mounted, bell end, ^f water mains, including valves and gygtem. Boulder power plant. Boulder 
complete In place, including footings, for Edgemar area. ; canyori Project Arizona-Califomia- 
valve box ; 1 pians prepared by District Engi- | j^gyadft 

(7) 5 each 2-in. gate valves, iron jjeer E. P. Wilsey "^(^^ ^- r'amino ^r 
body, bronze mounted, bell end. Real, Hillsborough, 
complete in place, including ; . 



MECHL. ENGR. qualified to de 
sign, layout and Install comml. and I 
marine ice machinery. Perm. Sal 
open. San Francisco. S-727. 



DESIGN DRAFTSMAN, with ex- 
per. on steel mchy. production. Perm. 
Salary $300 month or better. Sg^ 
Francisco. S-724. 



705 E Camino 



43 



DESIGN DRAFTSMAN, with me- 
chanical and structl. exper. for mill 
details. Perm. Salary open. San 
Francisco. S-721. 



Cost Sfeel Valves and FffHngs 
For^d S«mI FlMqes oiid Welding Fittings 
Pipe Fabricating and Bending 
General Machine Work o* Every Type 

U. S. PIPE & MFG. CO. 

EXbrook 0380 



249 First Street 



San Francisco 



TOOL DESIGNER, with 5-10 yrs. | 
exper. on jigs and fixtures for ma- 1 
chinery production. Salary $400 mo. 1 
San Francisco. S-719. ; 



Machinery & Material 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as follows: 



40 



4/9/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN BERNARDINO CO., Calif — 
Until May 9, 2 P. M., bids will be 



WANTED 

FOR SALE • FOR RENT 

USED EQUIPMENT 
AND MATERIALS 



valve box; 
(8) 9 each blowoff valves, complete 
in place, including valve box. 
Alternate Schedule C-A 

(1) 300 Un. ft. 8-ln. transite pres- 
sure pipe, class 150 water mains, 
complete In place, including fit- 
tings ; 

(2) 8668 lin ft. 6-in. transite pres- 
sure pipe, class 150 water mains, 
complete in place, including fit- 
tings ; 

(3) 1550 lin. ft. 4-in. transite pres- 
sure pipe, class 150 water mains, 
complete in place, including fit- 
tings. 

Items 4. 5. 6. 7 and 8 are in Sched- 
ule C. 

Specifications obtainable from the 
office of the engineer of work. Basil 

W. Waters Jr., of James & Waters. 

1319 Howard Ave., Burlingame. upon 4/9/4^ 

deposit of WO. JbiDS WANTED 

I FRIANT. Fresno Ca. Calif.— Until 



Misc. Supplies A Materials 
Machinery and Equipment 



42 
43 



4/9/46 * 

BIDS WANTED 

CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT, 
California.— Until May 6, 2 P. M.. bids I tractor and builder. Sal. open 
will be received by the U. S. Bureau Mateo County. S-661 

of Reclamation. Custom House, Den- i • 

ver, Colo., under Spec. 1267 for the j SALES ENGR.. 28-34 yrs. pref. 1 
installation of an electric elevator \ mechl. gn"a'<l- with some sales exper. 1 
for Shasta Dam. Kennett Division, and a car. Salary open. San Fran- j 



ARCHTL. DESIGNER, exper .on , 
residential and comml. work for con- , 

San ; 

1 



Restore Worii and Damaged Concrete 

(WITH CONCRETE) 
ON BRIDGES, ROADS, FLOORS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

International Concrete Vibration Co. 

EDMUND P. CADLE, Dutribjojor 
472 Twentieth St., Oakland - - Phone HL 7288 



Cisco. S-707. 



42- 



MISC. SUPPLIES AND 
MATERIALS 



Central Valley Project. California. 
Shasta Dam is situated on the Sac- 

' ramento River near Redding, Calif. MECHL. DRAFTSMAN, exper. on 
' The elevator will be an electric ; production details. Per. Sal. open. : 
elevator having a capacity of 10,000 , San Mateo County. S-659. i 

lbs. and will be used primarily for ~" ', 

passenger service. The travel will be TOOL DESIGNER, 30-35 yds. old. ] 
428 feet 3 inches. The elevator shall with exper. on Jigs, fixtures and spe- j 
be equipped with a control and oper- clal tools. Perm. $285-300 mo. East 1 
atlng system with provision for oper- 1 Bay. S-538. i 

ation by an attendant or without an J — 

: attendant. I REG. CIVIL ENGR. is invited b 

I No charge to prospective bidders! interested citizens to locate In San 
— • ! for copies of the specifications and 1 Joaquin Valley community. Apply 
*2 j drawlngrs ; to others, $1.50 per copy, Iby letter. 8-897. 

not returnable. ". — — 

Copies of the standard forms and I ELEC. ENGR. exper. on plans and 



MMERSTOI & GREER LRMRER €0. 

Wholesale and JoUmif Yards 

LUMBER - TIMBERS - TIES - FIR • REDWOOD 
PONDEROSA - SUGAR PINE 

Oakland 
2001 LIVINGSTON STREET 
KEMog 4-18M 



Bar Francisco 
1800 ARMY STREET 
ATwater 1300 



\ 



I 



FOR SALE 



NEW & RECONDITIONED 

DIMENSION LUMBER 
TIMBERS, wallboarda, plumbing, 
pipe, millwork, and other building 
materia's. SALE PRICES. Large 
stocks of "hard to «#!" items. 

Wire, write, or 'phone 

CLEVFL.AND WRECKING CO. 

2900 Third St. - VAIencia 4977 



4/Q/4Q • • 40 ' April 18, 2 P. M., bids will be re- of the specifications may be obtained ! spec, for comml. and Industrial bldgs. 

BIDS WANTED ; celved by the U. S. Bureau of Recla- ; from the following offices of the j Also mech. man for similar work. 

SISKIYOU COUNTY. Calif. — Until , mation. Custom House, Denver 2, Bureau of Reclamation : Walker R. Sal. open. San Francisco. S-692. 

•Mav 8 2PM. bids will be received Colo., under Inv. A-48,763-A-l for young, chief engineer, U. S. Custom 1 —— — 

ibv the State Division of Highways, furnishing deformed Intermediate- | House, Denver 2. Colo.; R L. Boke.| CIVIL ENOR.. 30-40, with Can 
,G T McCov State Highway Engi- grade billet steel reinforcement bars ^ regional director. Old Post Of ficel Hence and 5 yrs. of P">»«s?;°"|' ^1, 
neer Public "works Bldg.. Sacramen- '. for concrete, f.o.b. shipping point and/ ^ Bldg., 7th and K Sts., Sacramento 14,Iperience on municipal work. Salary 
'to for about 15.6 miles of grading or Friant. as follows: .Calif.: I. C. Harris, acting construe- 1«4200-5000 year. North. Calif. &- 

and constructing gravel and cement (1) 450.000 lbs. base (%-in. or larger) . jjon engineer. Redding, Calif., and 1694. 
treated bases bet. Route 72 three round or square deformed bars ;i Michael W. Straus, commissioner, 

I miles north of Dorris and four miles (2) 100,000 lbs. %-in. round deformed .Bureau of Reclamation, Washington 
west of Hatfield, Siskiyou County. I bars ; i 25, D. C Prospective bidders desiring 

' Work involves: | (3) 75.000 lbs. ^A-in. round deformed ^^ visit the site of the work should 

'^M) 30 acres clear and grubb; bars. communicate wittf the acting con- 

i (2) 145,500 c.y. rdwy. excav., Loc. A Specifications obtainable from the ; g^ruction engineer. 
I .0. OA Ar,n « ,. ^^ 1 j^ -a- i above office. | • 

43 
4/9/46 •• 

NOTICE OF SALE 



; (3) 84,000 c.y. do, Loc. B; 
! (4) 97.200 c.y. do. Loc. C; 
I (5) 1.000 c.y. struc. excav.; 
; (6> 300 c.y. ditch and channel excav 
(7) 5,100.000 sta. yds. overhaul; 



^_ ' 4/9/46 

*2| LOW BIDDERS 

! COLUMBIA BASIN 



FOR RENT 



PROJECT, 

,,, ...v.v,v.v~ ...-. ., • SAN FRANCISCO.— War Assets | Washington.— The following submlt- 

(8) 193 oixT'sy." compacting original Administration. 30 Van Ness Ave., ^ ^^^ apparent low bids to the U. S. 
ground; j San Francisco, announces sale or Bureau of Reclamation, Denver. Colo., 

(9) 43 000 miles yard haul rock slope new asbestos and rubber sheet pack- . under Spec. 1212 for furnishing and 
protection ; '• ing to priority and preferential groups delivering five 115-kilovolt, 800-am- 

(10> 244.000 tons imported borrow; land dealers. Closing date of sale pere. 3 - pole, singlej throw. 5-cycl« oil 

(11) develop wkter supply and fur- ; April 26. 
nish water equip. ; I •"' 

(12) 11,000 M. gals, apply water; 14/9/46 

(13) 822 sta. finish rdwy.; . BIOS WANTED ,.,.,. 

(14) 36 000 tons gravel base;* ! SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 19. ampere, 3-pole. single-throw, 5-cycle 

(15) 24,500 tons min. agg. cement 3 p. M., bids will be received by the j ^,1 circuit 
treated base ; 



4 3 



circuit breakers having a 3-pha8e 
Interrupting capacity, at rated volt- 
age and frequency, of not less than 
2 500,000-kv-a. ; two 115-kilovolt, 800- 



LUMBER HANDLING EQUIP- 
MENT: CARRIERS. STACKERS, 
•BRUCKS. Call Mac. Pacific Carriers. 
Oakland. KE 4-1651. 



FOR SALE 



CONTRACTORS' SURPLUS 
EQUIPMENT 
TRUCK CRANE. PAH TRBHCH- 
ER. COMPRESSORS, two 30 CATS. 
LOO PING DOLLY. QAS TRUCSC, 
PLABTSai MIXER, etc. McGwire A 
Heater. 79 6 66th Avenue, Oakland; 
•Phone TRinidad 7676. (to 4/12/46) 



breakers have a S-phas« 
ireaieu u«,c pjrchaser of Supplies. 270 City Hall, j fntgrrupting capacity, at rated volt- 

(16) 2 620 bbls portland cement, ce- , under Bid No. 3524 for furnishing and ' ^g^ ,^^ frequency, of not less than 
i ment treated base; 1 delivering office counter files and j j ^QooOO-kv-a. : one 115-kilovolt. 600- 

i(17) 88.000 s.y. mix. spread and com- desks for the Municipal Railway. ! ampere. 3-pole. selector type, manu- 
1 pact cement treated base; 1 gipeclflcatlons obtainable from the ^ny-gang operated, outdoor type dls 

'(18) 436 c.y. Class A portland ce- . above office. 
! ment concrete struc ; | — 

'(19) 77,200 lbs. bar reinf. steel; ; 4/9/46 

(20) 360 each culvert markers and .BIDS OPENED 

guide posts: CONCORD. Contra Costa Co., ClUJf. 

" ""-in. 16 gage CMP cul- '—The following submitted bids to tne 



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connecting switch with manually- 

gang operated gnfunding blades, and 

"I two 116-kilovolt, eOO-ampere. 3-pole, 

single - throw, manually - gang opar- 



CORN BROOMS 

FOR EVERY PURPOSE 

Roof - Concrete 

Warehouse 
Home and Office 



Money Back Guarantee 

Direct or Through Your 

Jobber 




1097 HOWARD STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO 3 

HEmlock 4380 



Associated Wood Products Co. 

Fabricators and Erectors of 
TIMBER TRUSSES 

Berkeley 8317 1335 SIXTH ST., Berkeley 2, CaHf. 



STEELFORMS 

STEELTUBE CONSTRUCTION TOWjERS 
HEAVY DUTY SWINGING SCAFFOLDS 

STEEUORM CONTRAaiNG CO. 

666 Harritoo St. DO 55>» 




(21) 518 l.f. 18- 
verta; 

(22) 218 l.f. 24-lnch 14 gage do; 

(23) 152 Lf. 30-lnch 14- gage do; 

(24) 74 l.f. 36-lnch 12-gage do; 

(25) 180 Lf. 48-lnch 12-gage do; 

(26) 4 each spillway assemblies; 

(27) 108 l.f. 8-in. 16-gage CMP down 
drains ; 

(28) 1 culvert slide headgate. 



U S. Bureau of Reclamation, Custom 
House. Denver 2, Colo., under EttV. 
A-49.060-A for furnishing 32.000 DDIS. 
i modified portland cement in P^P^^ 
sadtB, f.ab. shipping point aad/or 
Concord, Delta Division, Central Val- 
ley Project, California: ^. 

Pennanente Cement Co., Fwma- 
nente, $2.024(J3, f.ab. slilpplnj point. 



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PAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



TUESDAY. APRIL 9. 1946 



BiMildlMwiq Permits, Contraclgg - - - ReccwJeJ IHoficetS 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Applications 



BERKELEY 



owner, G F Schrack, Los Altos ; 

contractor, C C Taylor, P O Box 

I ^ — I 1078. 

[ALTERATIONS, $625; 124» Haakell; GARAGE, |1000; 2702 Cowper St; 



owner, Steve Zucchl. 1249 Haskell; 
builder, W R Crowe. 1845 23rd St, 
Richoaond. 
REPAIRS, $800; 2420 Ridge Rd; own 



owner, C E Peters, premises. 
ALTER residence, $750; 800 Cowper 
St; owner and builder, Fred Co- 
zard, premises. 



FLATS (2-8tory frame) (8), flOXWO 
each ; S Sutro Heights 25, 60, 75 W 
46th Ave ; SW 42nd Ave and Cle- 
ment St; W 42nd Ave 25, 50 S 
Clement; S Clemant 70 E 42nd Ave; 
owner and builder, Henry Doelger, 
Builder, Inc, 320 Judah St. 

ALTER OFFICE, $9312; 86 2nd St; 
owner, Pacific Tel & Tel Co, 140 



! builder, Wendt Construction, 810 1 
Page St; architect, H T Johnson, 
4716 Reinhardt Dr, Oakland. 
I ALTERATIONS, $900; 1198 Keith; 
I owner, David Gray, 1198 Keith; 
I builder, Reece & Pete, 3421 w^^na h^ 

Oakland. 
I GARAGE, $750; 1458 Hopkins; owner 
} and builder, W M Farris, 1540 Sac- 
ramento. 
New Montgomery; buUder, Johns- j ALTERATIONS, $750; 2520 Shat- 
Manville Sales Corp. 116 New Mont- i tuck ; owner and builder, Mabel B 
gomery. . ,„v Morgan, 2510 Shattuck. 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (2), ' ALTERATIONS, $2500; IffZO Marin- 
$6000 each; B 36th Ave 100. 125 N j owner, T W Jen^! iSo JSriSj 
Rivera ; owner and builder Mac- , builder, B G Becker. 1457 Marin. 
Arthur Building Co, 3224 Judah St DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 116.000- 

$6000each;W 48th Ave 225. 250 275 & g Petsu. 400 Macdonald Ave, 

t J^^.'k ^oT^^th'' A^f • ! Richmond; builder, R F Johnson & 

Helseth, 1319 12th Ave. gon. 2036 San Pablo, El Cerrito- 

Jose; owner and builder. Central i £,;^rEL,ijjjQ {3-room) t^OOO- 11K2 

r.Sf^^ri?r?°a ?tfJl° VriLf f'u?- ^'^^ ' °-^«^ anHSlderT^' I^^. 
^^^" h Q^.n.2^ ifi^^ ilk ^°"' "52 Glen: plans by J J PoUvka 

SH: Ru?iknd ow^er Sd ?iuJI^ ^y?^^ (5- room),' $5000; 1455 

?Se WUder^o,' iS BayTh'5>r''e"mvl: | ?^!} • o^wner and builder, Louis Rapp. 
DWELLING (l-story frame), $4500; ; 

W 20th Ave 260.10% S Kirkham; J 

owner, L H MoUen, 1235 38th Ave"; I 

builder, H H Mollen & Son, 2712 



er. U C Student, 2530 Bancroft ; ! DWELLINGS and garages, 12, $7250 



I dealer, R A Roeber; 5 fixtures; 3 gas ; 36603 3420 Grove St; owner, Lea; 

s,.^ „, .,^ mitieti contractor, California Electric; 4 fix- 

8AN MATEO COUNTY I ^^g^^'^dell Ct; owner. S Scherman; i turej^ 4 pliug.; naotor.. 

— ~' 10U1 and Washington Bta, 



Recorded Accepted dealer, R A Roeber; 12 fixtures; 3 

April 4._l946--Lot 6. N Eldorado St; ^^".^^^^eU Ct; o^.-ner, S Scher- 



man; dealer, R A Roeber; 10 fix- 



each ; 997, 981, 965, 947 Embarcadero 
Rd; 144. 124, 190 Heather Lane; 
365 345, 325. 250. 221 Iris Way; 
owner, R Michael, San Francisco; 
contractor, Barrett & Hilp, 918 Har- 
rison St, San Francisco; architect, 
Ang^us McSweeney, 112 Pepper Ave, 
San Mateo. 
RESIDENCES and garages. 4. $7850 



each ; 953, 985 Embarcadero Rd ; t 



I^t 7, N Eldorado St. Henry 

Voelker.to whom it =^y coa'=«™ tures; 6 gas ouUeta. 

ApHr47i94^£:;>tT^-^S;1o nir- '-^-^^ — .nt.o.-. 

Lot 2, Block 3, Felton Gables. 
Menlo Park. George D and Mar- 
tha S Williams to Charles R 
Hodgson _„ Mar. 26, 1946 

April 5, 1946— Lot 8, Block 8, MiU- 
brae Highlands. Misbith Wahen- 
berg to R H Kimball A-prll 6, 1946 

April 5, 1946 — Burlingame. South- 
em Pacific Co to J C Balman 



36694 

owner. Swian; contractor, California 

tiieciric ; Oew feeds to stand No 60. 

36695 6^ San Pablo ; owner. Doe ; 

contractor. Spott Electric; 1 outlet; 



^51 Auell Ct : owner, S Scherman ; 1 switch ; I plug. 
deS^^lr, R A ^eber; 5 fixtures; 3 gas ' ^36696 6464 Foothill Blvd; owner, 
outlets. Meanly, contractor, Harer Furnace; 



.Mar. 27, 1946 



61 Primrose Way. 135 Heather 1 Aprir5:iM^£:otr49,~ 50 knd' 51. 
r, R Michael ; contrac- ( Block 57 rh,Tv,K-^^T^ r»oir- wn. 



Lane ; owner, 
tor, Barrett & Hilp, 918 Harrison 
St; architect, Angus McSweeney, 
112 Pepper Ave, San Mateo. 

SAN JOSE 



Block 57, Dumbarton Oaks. Wil 
liam D Taylor, et al. to whom it 

may concern April 2, 1946 

April 5, 194&-Lot 24, Block 28, 
Vista Grande. Carl Huber to same 

pril 4. 1946 



ALTER business bldg, $8000; 52 S 
1st St; owner. Federal Stores, Inc; 
contractor, Wm Horstmeyer Co, 
23 Mars St, San Francisco. 

DWELLING. 1-family. $9000; 600 i ^ 

Margaret St; owner, Ralph Riccl; ! Apru' 6; IMftllLota "w n^ ILBiixi 
contractor. Bill Valencia, Route 2, i 31 No^th Fair Oaks. Leonard 
Box 259-B, San Martin ' ^ 



April 6, 1946— Lot 10, Block 12, 
Lenolt Tract. Otto C Brun, et al. 
to James G Sermon Mar. 28. 1946 

April 6, 1946— Ptn Lot 27. Latirel 
Creek Farm. A M Hardy, et al, to 
self „ „ .April 4. 1946 



3243 AdeU Ct; owner, S Scherman; »^"V^- ,^, ^^^ . „ 

d^ler. R A Roeber; 5 fixtures; 8 gm. 36697 1801 37th Ave; owner. Pro- 
ouUeta. gressive Platmg Works; contractor. 

3121 Stanley St; owner, P Olson; S^onrad ElOctnc; service; motors, 
d^er, 1^ RoeS;; 5 fixtlires; 3 ga^ | ^36698 11*26 104th Ave owner Van 
ouUata. ^®*' • contractor, R F Long ; 10 out- 

1478 MacArthur;o«-ner. Mary Drla-j lets; 10 ^witches; 10 fixtures; 16 
col; dealer. Cleaners* Exchange; 2 , pluga 



gaa outlets. 



ood99 ld47 San Pablo Ave; owner, 



;^28 Chapman; owner. Baby Laun- 1 Clark; contractor. Neon Maintenance 
dry; dealer. Durant; 2 gas ouUeta. jCorp; sign. 

3665 Telegraph; owner. V Blair; | 
dealer, D Minoggio; 1 fixture. I 



Electrical Permits 



SAN FRANCISCO 



785 13-19 Evane Ave; owner, P 



3«/00 1601 Oak St; owner, Do«i 

i contractor, Spott Electric ; service. 
I 36701 26l7 <iiird St ; owner, Sherman- 
( Clay Co; contractor, Spott Electric; 

service. 
36<u2 6<(3 6l8t St; owner. Pioneer 

Builders ; contractor, Spott Electric ; 

.: outlets ; 4 plugs. 

I 36703 2011 Myrtle St ; owner, Kouna ; 
j contractor,, Spott Electric; service; 
' alterationsi 

36VU4 3<|> Portsmouth Rd ; owner. 



2053 Berkeley Way. 



ALTER business bldg, $1500; 99 S I April „. .„.„^^^ ^^ 

Market St ; owner. Seaboard Fi- Howa'rd *pkrk No ^'san^oirioa 



Monroe to self^' '''^J,^Tlii6 Fot^polos; contractor. QuaUty Blec- i Bittenbender ; contractor. Spott Elec 

nril 6 194^T::r'^' R^nPk 14 trfc Co; 12 outlets; 10 switches; 12 trie; rang*. 

pni b. 1946— Lot 20, Block 14, "'^_. _• .^ \ 36705 s^W corner Mountain Rlvi 



OAKLAND I Sherwood; owner, R D De Bar;, 

^.^ ^ -«, . , ■ contractor. Chas E C Mowrey Co.' 

^'^^l^r^L ®V ^'riIh • ^°^^°", ALTER. $1500; 2260 San Pablo Ave I 1335 Newhall St. 
Ar?^HlfpHOLlTERYsk0P S400o' °^'°«^ ^^^^ Guilder, Joe Dias, m.-^ ALTER business building, $1000 ; 27 
ALTER UPHOLSTERY SHOP, $4000. , ganta Fe Ave, Beifceley. I Fountain; owner and builder, J 



plugs- service. j 36705 SlW corner Mountain Blvd 

nance Co; contractor. E C Leick. 1 ^y~i£ ^^cheV^t'aT^oT&meB i 'oo* i-aay and Jones Sts; owner. ; and Medan Place; owner, Vsjn Bok- 
1459 E San Fernando St G Semion \ln iS?946 ^ Downtown Bowl; contractor O'Keeffe kelen-Cole^ Co; contractor, RoberU 

^ sermon jan. m, ivva , ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ alteraUons. (Lighting Fixture Co; saw motor. 

787 3121 16th St; owner, McBride; 36706 373 7th St; owner. Oakland 



98 2306 Ward; owner. D C Schnei- 
der ; contractor, College Ave Electric ; 
3 outlets; 3 switches; 3 fixtures; 6 
plugs; 1 circuit. 

99 814 Euclid; owner. Bale; con- 
tractor. College Ave Electric; 9 fix- 
tures 

100 1280 University; owner. ; 

contractor. College Ave Electric Co; 
range. 

101 1811 Northside; owner, ; 

contractor. College Ave EUectric Co; 
range. 

1U2 2942 College Ave ; owner, ; 

contractor. College Ave Electric; 1 
motor. 

103 1611 Julia; owner, B Williama; 
contractor, Payne & Burke; 4 out- 
lets ; 4 switches ;6 plugs ; 2 circuita 

104 8116 Ellis; owner, X WUaon; 
contractor, Payne * Burke; 7 fix- 
tures. 

106 8116 Ellia; owner, A WUson; 
contractor, Payne & Burke ; 8 outlets ; 
S fixtures ; 16 plugs ; 4 circuits. 

106 1611 Julia; owner, E Williams; 
contractor, Payne St Burke; 5 fix- 
tures. 

107 3034 Sacramento; owner, C 
Kiney ; contractor, Payne & Burke ; 
2 outlets ; 1 switch ; 2 fixtures . 1 plug. 

108 1222 University ; owner aaxd 
contractor, Berkeley Board of Educa- 
tion ; new service. 

109 2556 Telegraph; owner. Pon- 
tiac Dealer; contractor. Granholt 
Sheet Metal Co; 1 motor. 



DWELLING, 1-family. $6250; 1090 ^p^i g, l946^i:.^t ■"is, Pella^ian 



Srifc'^istmct'^oTS'ADm ^« 'F^° ^^: Engmeeriqg Co; contractor. Roberts 

jMius construction Co.Apni 4, iv*v .Lighting ft-ixture Co; 3 motors. 




S:,r°'^.^.i/ ^r^..l"M,r^rj S^ORE bldg, i:story. $/o:oOO; 4814 



Egisto Daini. 2001 Polk St; day 
work. 

ELECTRIC SIGN, $4000; 1155 Mar- 
ket St; owner, Benatar's Cut Rate 
Drug Co, prem; builder, Electrical 
Products Corp, 910 Harrison SL 

ALTER OFFICE, $3000; 291 Geary; 
owner, Hayashi & Hayashi, prem; 
builder, John E Kramer, 2547 Wash- 
ington St. 

ALTER FLATS AND STORE, $3000; 
4712 Mission St; owner, E Pas- 
qualette, 98 Harrington; day work. 

ALTER APARTMENTS and STORE, 



E 14th St; owner, Frank A Schu 

I ler. 5833 Roberts Ave; conti actor, 
Edward Sommerstrom, 1717 8th 
Ave ; plans by E K McKesson, 1781 
Grand Ave. 

ALTER, $1200 ; 348 Grand Ave ; own- 
er, R C Conover, 302 MacArthur; 
contractor, Clyde M Church, 2277 

i E 14th St. 

ADDITION, l-stor>' brick, $10,000; 

1 919 E 14th St; owner and builder, I 
Alexander Garage, prem ; architect | 
I M Johnson, 449 MacArthur Blvd j 
West 



Liens F3ed 



A Ham. 
DWELLING, 1-family, $9000; 1802 

McKee Rd; owner and builder, M 

A Hurst. 
DWELLINGS, two 1-famlly. $6000 

each; 694 and 695 Fuller Ave; own- 
er and builder, Thos L Mitchell & 

Co, 97 E Santa Clara St. 
DWELLING, one-family. $7000; 195 

N 34th St; o-w-ner, Gagliardi Constr 

Co, 11 S 2nd St; contractor, same. 
DWELLING, 1-family. $7000; 1001 

Pine Ave ; owner, Glen Skillrud ; ; 

contractor. Skillrud & Hommer- ! April 5. 1946~Lot 1. Block 11, How 

, ! a-rri T>d rlr TMri O Con P'lH-msj Bfl . 

sand. 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 

Recorded Amount 

April 6, 194&— 4160 WHITTLE Ave. 
Oakland. S A Russo vs Wm and 
Mary Perry _.....,....$258.27 

SAN MATEO COUNTY 



motors. 

788 125 Vallejo St; owner, ; 

contractor, O'Keeffe the Fan Man; 
motors. 

769 1665 Market St; owner. Hub 
Grill; contractor. O'Keeffe the Fan 
Man ; motors. 

790 31 Powell St; owner, Airliner ;:^9 outlets) 25 switches; 31 plugs; 8 » 
Bar ; contractor, O'Keeffe the Fan circuits, 



BERKELEY 

1 , 

82 443 $pruce; owner, M E David- 
son; conttiactor. El Cerrito Electric; 



Classified Advertising 



WANTED 



Man ; motors. 



PART - TIME B00KEE:J'ING and 
83 59 Fa(irlawn; owner. J P Milano; (TYPING for small firms. Excellent 



791 1057 Powell St; owner. New contractor. El Cerrito Electric; 18 i references. Reasonable rate. Mc- 



Powell Laundry; contractor. O'Keeffe 1 fixtures ; iknge. 
I the Fan Man ; motors. I »* 1525 Blake ; owner. J M Walker ; 

I 792 601 Grove St ; owner. Craft contractor. El Cerrito Electric ; 9 fix- 
1 Shops ; contractor. O'Keeffe the Fan j tures. 

' "" 2111 Shattuck; owner, D Niel- 



i Man ; motors. ^ 

- .:. T^ , ^T ., r, ^1 ^iT T 793 1502 Laguna ; owner, Monuka ; ' sen, lessee ; contractor. El Cerrito 

, -- o'?.^"n^°.^',^*"r^^'^°!- Tom 'contractor; LySh Electric; service. JElectric; H switch; 14 fixtures; 8 

$3000; 2191-99 Mission St; owner, ADDN. $975; 1001 71st Ave; owner RESIDENCE, one-family, $7000; 142 j u conneii, et al, anas, vb ^°™ • 794 998 McAllister; o^vner, ;, plugs ; 4 circuits ; 1 motor. 

Dennis McCarthy, c/o contractor;; and builder, Ernest L Johnson. 1001 ^ l^^h St; owner, RobtD Sapping- ' ^.trana^^.^^^^^^^^^ : gg 13O8 |Kains ; owner. J M Walker ; 

builder. Ira W Coburn, 2048 Market. 71st Ave. ton; contractor, Geo Bell, 877 E ; April b, l»4e--Lot8 23 ana ^4,^iock i ^^^ 140 Leavenworth ; owner, Na- 1 contractor, El Cerrito Electric; 11 



Neil's Bookkeeping Sfr\'ice. 3166 22nd 
St., SaJi Francisco. ATwater 0742. 
(4/8-9-10-ll-12/46> 



ALTER DWELLING, $1800; 348 STORE, l-story concrete, $28,000; San Antonio St 



10, San Bruno Park. Lloyd Curtis 



tional Screen Service ; contractor, ; outlets ; 9 switches ; 14 plugs ; 4 cir- 



Cumberland; owner, C N Nelson, 
prem ; builder, Mindo Corp. 1136 
Clement St 
ALTER DWELLING, $1500; 1265 
Eddv St ; owner, C A Montgomery, 



3229-31-33 Lakeshore Ave; owner, 
L B Hague, c/o cntr; contractor, ' 
Beckett & Federighl, 1441 Frjmk- 
lin St; architect, Ray F Keefer. 
770 Wesley Ave. 



! RESIDENCE, one-story $7250; ^13 I vs O H Kno^^^^^^^^^^ 

S 11th St • owner L Guidry ; con- 1 April 6, 1946 — Lot 15, Elmwooa uaie. ■ j _ — 

tractor. Fi-ank Gardin. j N E Andersen vs M M Simkin, 

*^ *' — ♦We.wir I —--_:; '^^^ j'g^jj ^yg. o^er. Law- i trie ; 9 fixtures. 



cuits 

796 . _ ; owner. The Lantern ; ] 87 938 Grizzly Peak ; owner, M L 

$946!99 I contractor, Lynch Electric; :Estes; contractor. El Cerrito Elec- 



prem ; builder. Coast Construction. , ADDITION, $3600 ; 2000 Cynress St ; 

2172 Market St. : owner. Pacific Pipe Co. premises ; 

ALTER DWELLING, $1000; 2455 contractor, J Branagh. 105 Sheri- 

Sacramento St ; owner, J Dixon, , dan Ave, Piedmont. 

prem; builder. Coast Construction, 1 DWELLING, l-story 4-room, $5400; 

2172 Market St j 9918 E St; owner, Terersa IXAn- 

ELECTRIC SIGN, $997; NW 17th , tonl, 9914 E St; contractor, War- 

Ave and Geary; owner. Mills Con- i hen B Griffith, 147 Best Ave. San 

struction Co, prem ; builder, Neon \ Leandro. 

Maintenance Corp, 755 Davis St ; ADDITION. $500 ; 2759 79th Avenue ; i 
ALTER CLEANING PLANT. $800; 1 owner aJid builder, Mariano Fos 



FRESNO 



2863 24th St; owner, Mr Segalis, 
prem ; builder, M & N General Con- 
tractors, 1422 Market St 
ALTER DWELLING, $700 ; 1907 Bush 
St; owner, A Matthews, premises; 



; ados, premises. 

DWELLING, l-story 5-room, $7500; 
9844 Thermal Ave; owner, James 
D Taylor. 1920 104th Ave; con- 

; tractor. Merle C Jensen, 1920 104th 



WAREHOUSE, $18,000; 345 O Street; 

owner, Berberian Bros ; contractor, 

Fisher & McNulty. 
ALTER dwelling to apts, $10,000; 54 

Pine ; o^vner. David H Horn. 
DWELLING and garage, $8000; 250 

Woodrow; owner, Allen S Swen- 

son. 
DWELLING. $2000; 224 O'Neill;! 

owner, Myrtle Bowman. j 



Release of liens 



SAN MATEO COUNTY 



SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 



builder. Coast Construction Co, 2172 ; Avenue. 

Market St .ALTER $1000; 8417 E 14th St; own- 

ALTER DWELLING, $700; 106 Yukon ', er and contractor, Emily Wasson, 

St owner and builder. JuUa Jo- ; 3000 Wisconsin St. 

seph premises. j ALTER and addn. $1000; 8041 Earl 

ALTER FLATS. $500; 578 Church;: St; owner and contractor. Ben W 

owner, G Benvenuto. prem ; buUder. I Keef e, 2701 Alida St 

L Murer. 1274 Quesada St ALTER $1000; 109-09 41st St; own- 

ALTER DWELLING, $500; 1437 Cole er, C C Holtun, 107 41st Street; 

St • owner, Mr Morosat c/o con- I contractor, I A Farringer, 3030 Mo- 
tractor • builder, Ira W Coburn, 2048 • desto Ave. 

Market St I ALTER $300; 9911 San Leandro St; 

ALTER FTAT, $500 ; 1324 Dolores ; | owner and contractor, A C Welch. 

owner, Valentine Cleary, premises ; ' 



, 797 

Irenz; contractor, Mohrdick Electric; I 88 2884 Telegraph; owner, M A 
'1 outlet; 1 switch; 5 plugs. j Meyer, lesteee; contractor. El Cerrito 

i 798 542 Lyon; owner, Warshaw ;' Electric ; 13 fixtures, 
contractor. Pacific Elec Const Co ; 89 3024 Sacramento ; owner, T 
i (Angle; contractor. El Cerrito Elec- 

'""799 1606 Geary ; owner, ; 1 trie ; 28 outlets ; 10 switches ; 20 plugs ; 

contractor. Pacific Elec Const Co; 2 ' new servipe; 16 circuiU; 1 sign; 8 

outlets ; 1 switch ; 1 plug. ! transformers. 

Recorded Amount 800 SE corner Lincoln Way and, 90 3042 Dohr; owner. WE Sloan; 

April 5, 1946— Gunnar Bostrom to La Playa; owner. Union Oil Co; con- ; contractor, El Cerrito Electnc; 8 out- 

Ingeborg Peterson, et aL ™_. 'tractor, Electrical Products Corp;, lets; 9 switches; 13 plugs; 4 circuits. 

* * !_ igign. ! 91 2421 Valley; owner, J M Walker; 

<■ ■■ — —.■■— ■ I - .— — ■^— I gQi i74g Haight St ; owner. Golden ; contractcr^ El Cerrito Electric ; 10 

JGate Theater; contractor, EMward W I outlets; 9 switches; 14 plugs; 3 cir- 
i Scott Electric; 6 outlets; 3 plugs. | cuits. ^ 

1 80'' E Prague St 25 N Russia;! 92 2419 Valley ; owner J M Walker ; 
iowner.Hoecker; contractor Arc Elec- I contractor^ El Cerrito Electric; 10 

i^yjc; - I outlets; 9 switches; 14 plugs; 8 cir- 

i 803 S Sadowa 200 E Orizaba; own- ■ cuits. „ ^ ,»« « Ai- 

er. Sundberg; contractor. Arc Elec- ' 93 2016A 9th; owner; Tony AJa- 
♦H«. ,meda; contractor. El Cerrito Klec- 

trto, ,___ '_,_. ,„ „..»,„,„. j6 switches; 16 flx- 



POSmON WANTED 



QUANTITY SURVEYOR. ARCH 
DRAFTING. ESTIMATING, FIELD 
SUPERVISION. Have 20 yrs. exp. ; 
want connection with contractor, 
painting contractor or home builder 
in Sam Francisco. Phone JU. 4-3499 
or reply Box 43, c/o Daily Pftdflo 
Builder. 

STRUCTURAL ENGINBBR RBG- 
ISTERED. Mechanical and electrical 
engineers seek structural associate to 
orm consulting engineering firm. Bay 
Area. Reply Box 45, c/o Daily Pacific 
Builder. 4/3-4-$-8-9/46 



Plumbing Pennits 



BERKELEY 



1801 103rd Ave. 



day work. 

ALTER OFFICE. $500 ; 121 2nd St ; 
owner, John G Rapp Co, premises ; < 
builder, Robert McCarthy Co, 1050 
Kirkham. 



■ ALTER, $2000; 1606 Clay St; owner, 
Dave Overturf, prem; contractor, 

1 Pioneer Bldrs, 516 San r*ablo Ave, 
Albany. 



WAREHOUSE (wood frame, 16x100 

ft.). $4000; Huntington Ave; owner 

and builder. Poetsch & Peterson, 

Huntington Ave. 
DWELLINGS (5-room) (4). $5000 , i«„„ti«t„. 

each; Valley Park Subdivision; 1 1339 Milvla; owner ; dealer,; 804 126 Randolph ; owner. Sterling ; trie, ioo"J^«"' ^.-„„,t- 

ownei- and binder, James McCabe, l J Jackson ; sprinkler. 1 contractor. Arc Electric ; 9 outlets ; 10 tures ; 14 plugs .^^^^^J^^^^^^^^ . 

7 El Bonito Way. Mlllbrae. 17779 Solano; owner, „.; dealer, ; gwitches ; 10 plugs. „!iJottPr h A H En'ectric^ nS^ 

ALTERATIONS (raise house, install ; j A Fazio ; water closet ; wash basin. 805 418 Head St ; owner. Sterling ! cnotractor, H & H is.iectnc , new 

full basement .stucco all sides),! Bancroft and Shattuck; owner, T Building Co; contractor. Arc Electric . service. „, . ^.. „^.„^r <Sohnlt«- 

S2000- Railroad Ave; owner and w Corder; dealer, E C Braun; 5 co : 9 outlets; 10 switches; 10 plugs. I 95 1101 High Ct, owner, bcnuiia, 

Vniilder E M Petrof, 328 Railroad water closets; 6 -wMh basins. 1 8O6 288 Victoria; owner, Hoecker; contractor, J C Owens; 1 motor. 

Ave ' Channlng and San Pablo; owner, contractor. Arc Electric; 8 outlets; 8 96 1386 EucUd; own^er-, Short; con- 

I National Sales Co; dealer E C Braun; switches; 9 plugs. i tractor, J C Owens; 1 motor. 

Delano St ; owner, 97 641 $pruce ; owner. — — 



SACRAMENTO 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Granted 



^,^^_ i 2 water closets ; 3 wash basins ; drain. 807-08 801-09 Delano St; owner, 97 641 Spruce; owner. ; con- 

BUILDING CONTRACTS j Third and Virginia; owner. Pure Frank; contractor. Arc Electric; 9 tractor. College Ave Electric; range 

Carbonic; dealer. E C Braun; 3 water outlets; 7 switches; 12 plugs. 1 

closets; 3 wash basins; sink; urinal; , 809-10 4402-04 3rd St; owner. Tag- ; -; ' ^ 

2 drains ; shower. ; gioni ; contractor. Arc Electric ; 18 j 

2057 University ; owner, H William- outlets ; 5 switches ; 8 plugs. | 

son ; dealer, E C Braun ; 8 water gn io56 Fillmore ; owner, P Cohen ; : 
closets ; 2 wash basins ; 2 wash tubs ; contractor, John Philis ; 3 plugs ; mo- j 
4 showers. '■ tors. 

721 Creston; owner, Moorehead; ' 812 NW comer Clay and Van 



HELP WANTED 

ESTIMATOR on grading worit. etc., 
wanted. Phone 66639, Stockton. Calif. 

SUPERINTENDENT FOR PIPE- 
LINE CONTRACTOR — handle sewer 
project — in reply state age. list ex- 
perience, fuml.«ih references. Reply 
Box 49, c/o Daily Pacific Builder. 



SHINGLE and SHAKE KOOFINO 
FOREMAN and SUPT. Capable of 
working with and supervialng crew 
of from 6 to 18 shinglers. Peninsula 
resident preferred. (3ood opportunity. 
Reply Box 44, c/o Daily PacifJo 
Builder. 4/8-4-»-»-«/4* 



ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN, 
full time. Salarv open. Call OLympio 
5672. 4/4-f-«-«/4« 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



HEATING and ventilating work 
3301 FOOTHILL Blvd. OaklaJid. 
Owner — Bank of America. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



APRIL 8, 1946 



REMODEL DWELLING, $3000; 2705 

Capital Ave; owner. Miss Irene Plans by G M Slmonson ^. _ ^ , - . .__ , » ^ . 

McAvov premises I Contractor — Aladdin Heating Corp, ^e^iej.^ ^rt Johnson; water closet; Ness; owner. Jacks & Irvine; con- 

- ' 2222 San Pablo Ave, Oakland. jwash basin. ; tractor, Galvin Bros; 242 outlets; 4 

Filed, April 5. 1946. Dated, 2634 San Pablo; owner, Elmer; i switches; 28 plugs; motors. -" 

Ist and 15th monthly 75*70 dealer. Art Johnson; 2 sinks. 813 2807 Steiner St; owner, Frank 

U.sual 35 days 257c j 2135 Oregon; owner. Parsons; deal- Anderson; contractor. Ace Electric 

TOTAL COST, $2,731.00 , g^, Art Johnson; water closet; wash Const Co; 12 outlets; 8 switches; 16 
Bond, $2731.00. Sureties, American : basin ; bath tub ; sink ; wash tub. plugs ; service. 

Surety Co. of N. Y. Forfeit, $10 per j ^Qjg Euclid ; owner. Brouning ; deal- 814 1456 Polk St ; owner. Club 
day. Limit, 75 calendar days. Plans g^. ^^.^ Johnson; water closet; wash Royal; contractor. Ace Electric Const 
and specifications filed. basin; bath tub; 2 sinks; wash tub; Co; 12 outlets; 2 switches. 

'shower. ' 815 3991 17th St; owner, OKO 

; Cafe ; contractor, Ace Elec Constr Co 



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.REMODEL OFFICE, $1000; 1112 6th j 
, St ; owner, Dr G T Okamatsu ; con- 
' tractor, Harry Yamasaki. 1422 4th. 
■" , ADD TO DWELLING (basalt block). ' 
_ : $2000 ; 3516 56th St ; owner and j 
j builder. James F Lowe. 



THERE IS NO PISHWIPIHtS 
N A MODERN KITCHEN! 



RICHMOND 



STORE, l-story frame, $15,000; E GARAGE, masonry $7000 ; 231 24th j ^^^^ 

Church 175 S 15th St; owner. Call- St; owner, W Ashe, Station APO 1 „ ^™ Trd 

fomia Plbg Co. I Box 335; contractor. R F Johnson ' ^^j^ Arti-| 

REMOVE partitions, replace old tile ; 

with new. install plate glass show • Cerrito. 

windows, etc. $1400; 3092-92 24th ; DANCE hall and recreation build- 

St; owner. Rudy Reil; contractor.! ing. 55000; 1036 Pullman; owner 

R S Silverberg, 753 Larch St. \ and builder. Floyd Brown, prem. 

SERVICE Station, $4500; NW Cor. : COTTAGE. 4»4-room rustic, $4200; 

38th Ave and Noriega ; owner. Pos 2530 Esmond ; owners, G E Berk 

L Castor; engineer. Phillip I Bak- ■ and Helen T Hoefer, 632 San Pablo 



& Son. 2036 San Pablo Avenue, El \ g;;",^^7t?r-T?nderground Constr Co, ' 

t 75th Ave and San Leandro Blvd, 



OAKLAND 



816-18 Various locations and own- 
contractor. Wonderlite Neon 



ers; 



Oakland. 

Filed, April 5, 1946. Dated 

Each two weeks....„ 75 7p 

40 days after completion 25% 

TOTAL COST, $30,425.80 



er, 213-26lh Ave: contractor. John \ Ave ;_contractor. E A Hoefer, I'OB ^ Bon^J.^^$^30,425.80^^^^^_^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 



Munson & Son, 140 South Park. 186, El Cerrito 

ERECT firewall, alter offices of auto ; CHURCH, masonry, $8500 ; 1952 Pan 



.sales bldg, $13,500; SW Cor Mar- 
ket and Dolores Sts ; owner, S & C 
Motors Co; architect, W D Peugh. 



handle; owner, Temple Baptist Ch, 
1960 Panhandle Blvd; contractor, 
J P Owen.s, 1325 Macdonald. 



Limit. 90 working days. Plans and Durant^ 2 gas outlets, 
specifications filed. 1 10 on* u » „„, 



859 Warfield; owner. King; dealer, Pn>d Co^ ^^^^3^^^ ^^.^ ^^ g^i^oa; 

owner. Radio Market ; contractor, j 
Chas A Langlai-s Co; 47 outlets; 16 ^ 
switches ; 15 plugs ; service ; motors. , 
820 1560 Mission St ; owner. Coco > 
Cola Bottling Co; contractor. Chas [ 

'ner' Thomar dealer. A Langlais Co; 2 outlets, 
ner, inomas, ueuici. =; Triiitnnr*»- nwi 



J Tancredy ; 5 gas outlets. 

2355 Broadway; owner, MacFar- 
land; dealer, F Gottstein; 10 fixtures; 
4 gas outlets. 

3267 Grand Ave; owner, Yala; 

Sureties Pacific In- dealer. H Salisbury ; 1 fixture 

356 Willow ; o\\ 



251 Keai-ny St; contractor. H E ADDN to church. $8000 : 4709^ Mac- 
Rahlmann Co. 251 Kearny St. ■ •- - ^....^ ^.-.. 

ADD penthouse to hotel, $20,000; 340 of the Nazarene, premises. 

Stockton St; owner. T W Carder, STORE bldg. stucco. $7000; 431-33 j 
Inc; architect, Thos Meret, 111 9th; owner. Harry E Baxter, 435 j 
New Montgomery St ; contractor, ! 9th St ; contractor, Chas M Wolfe, : 
Barrett & Hilp, 918 Harrison St. . 2121 Garvin. I 

REPAIR fire damage, $3260; 1562 SERVICE staUon. $15.000 ; 1097 23rd ; , 
26th Ave; owner, Mrs Riggs; con- i owner. Lloyd Mosier, 4412 Barrett; 
tractor, L Salomon. 1734 Broderick. '•- contractor. Ind^endent Iron Wks, | 

MOVE bldg and make minor alter, 821 Pine St, Oakland. • 

$1000; NW Cor Silver and San , ADDN to store. $3000; 524 Macdon- . 
Bruno Aves ; owner. Jos L Castro ; : aid ; owner. Modem Furniture Co. 
plans by Michel & Pfeffer Iron ' 524 Macdonald ; contractor, Carl ( 
Works ; contractor, John Munson. '• Overaa & Co. 2105 Roosevelt Ave. 
140 South Park. ; STORE, masonry, $11,000; 4204-06-08' 

• Macdonald ; ovraer, Esther Detlow, 

PLASTER partitions, new electrical \ 330 29th St ; contractor, R F John- 
circuit and plbg. entire floor re- 1 son & Son. 2036 San Pablo Ave, 
modeled, $2860; 108 Waverly PI;! El Cerrito. 

owner, Wayne S Chinn; plans by; ADDN to store, masonry. $4000; 943- 
Chin Po Quong. 108 Wavely PI ; i 945 San Pablo Ave ; owner, Albert 
contractor, Morris J Lee, 151 Wav- ; L Fairbanks. 502 Norville St, El 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



donald ; owner and builder. Church | ge 1946— Vance Smith, an in- 

of fho M«ror*>nA nrpmi..,Ps . ,jj;.i^ju'a, ^joing business as Bush 



1722 99th Ave; owner, J M Walker; 
dealer, J A Fazio; 5 fixtures; 3 gas 
outlets. 

9903 Cherry St; owner, J M Walker; 
dealer, J A Fazio; 5 fixtures; 3 gas 
outlets. 



821 1335 Fillmore ; owner, Grusen- | 
meyer; contractor. Neon Mtcs Corp; | 
8 outlets. ! 

827 1682 Geary ; owner, Geary 1 
Cafe ; contractor, Bylngton Elec ; ...- , 

823 1900 Di\isadero St ; owner, 
Byrd's Cleaners; contractor, Bying- 




40. F.o„,uo Ave; owner. P Cur- ; ton Elae;l p.ug; motor. 



I^OTOMATIC 
DISHWASHER 



* 



WASHES, RINSIS, 
DRIES DISHES... 
CLEANS, DRIES 
GREASY POTS 
AND PANS 



824 616 Webster Street; owner. 



Roofing Co, to U S Guarantee Co., vick; dealer, J Tancredy; 8 fixtures; . ° contractor Byington Elec; 

a corn, bound unto Southern Pa- ; 4 gas outlets. niu^' ^ 

4034 MacArthur; owner, Perkins ; P'^J- ^^^ xownsend; owner, Zleg- 



a corp, bound 

elf ic Co, a corp ; corrugated steel 

roof on iron and wheel foundry, ! dealer, H B clunn ; 1 fixture 

Sacramento shops, $1234. 



, 3665 
i dealer, 



Telegraph; owner. V Blair; '^{Z.. 
, D L Mmoggio; 1 fixture. ^i j 



lers Jewelry ; contractor, Byington { 



Completion Notices 



,. „._ 826 1025 Fillmore St; owner, 

2oli; Grove Si; owner, CH Thomas; ^^^^^^^^j. gyjngton Elec; 1 plug. 



i dealer, J A Fazio ; 10 fixtures ; 3 gas 
i outlets 



SAN FRANCISCO 



827 SE Cor Fillmore and Ellis ; ; 
owner. Uptown Clothiers; contrac- 
I 1736 99th Ave; owner, J M Walker; " Byington Elec; 4 outlets; 2 sw. 
- I dealer. J A Fazio ; 5 fixtures ; 3 gaa ^ •'2042 Fillmore ; owner. Gilbert ; 
-j outlets. contractor. Byington Elec; motors. 

I 9917 Cherry St; owner, J M Walker; i ^29 2309 Irving St; owner, Os- 



erly PI. 



' Cerrito; contractor. Oscar Holland. 
3030 Clintnn Avet 



DALY CITY 



DWELLINGS, two l-story f r. $5500 1 

each ; S Maynard 169. 199 E Mis- j 

sion St ; owner, Alemany Constr 1 

Co ; plans by B K DobkowiU. 435 I 

Monterey Blvd; contractor. Mar- j j^^y^LLIj^Qg four 6-room. frame, 

tire & McKinney, 4277 Mission St. : ^^r^^^ g^ch ; OUver St 185 N Belle- 
DWELLINGS, two l-story fr, $5500 ^^g ^yg owner and builder, Unit- 



|5 fixtures; 3 gas outlets. 



Recorded Accepted ■ 1503 Oak St ; owner, J Noble ; deal- 

April 6. 1946— W 20th Ave 250 S ler. K Hartsten; 3 fixtures; 1 gas 
Pacheco. Bessie, Cella and Bertha i outlet. 



B C 



ed Constr Co, 5853 Mission St. 



8AN LEANDRO 



each; owner and builder. 

Hoecker, 371 Prague St 
ALTER front of house, $2564; «S5 

Joost Ave; owner, Marian S Roth; 

contractor. E Salhelm. 670 40th Ave jjj-yyrELLING. l^-TStory 6-room, $8,- 
DWELLINGS, four l-story fr, $6000! y^. 955 Button Ave; owner and Recorded 

each ; W 11th Ave 25. 50, 75. 100 I jjuu'der, Adams & Carlson, 9876 Mac- | April 8. 1946— LOTS 13 and 14 Blk 



Kramer to G E Carlson.April 5. 1946 
April 8, 1946— Installation of curb- 
ing, etc, between tracks 66 and 70, 
between 3rd and 4th Sts. South - 
em Pacific Co to Fay Improve- 
ment Co..™ .' A.pril 1, 1946 

Mar. 28, 1946— NE Fremont 137.6 
NW Mission NW 91.8 x NE 138.6. 
Krist & Harold Gudnason to Cen- 
tral Electric Co and Midstate 
Construction Co Mar. 28, 1946 



438 65th St ; owner. S Wood ; dealer. 
W McMillan; 6 fixtures; 3 gas out- 
lets. 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



borne; contractor, Malm & Welter;, 

3 plugs; motors. i 

, 830 2738 Mission ; owner, Taste : 

ioood Bak ry; contractor, Brite-Lite 1 

Neon; sign. | 

831 2973 Pacific Avenue ; owner. ; 

i 'Rothbard; contractor. Rodiack Elec 

461 21st St; owner. Carpet Service : ^^^^^^j. f.^. 

Co ; dealer, j Goldstem ; 4 gas outlets. ^^2 49 Geary St ; owner. Western 

; 1155 67th St, owner, ; d®*^®"^' Union ; contractor, Victor Lemoge; | 

jAl Ferriera; 2 gas outlets. 47 outlets; alterations I 

j 4055 fciequoia lUl ; owner, Lincoln ; gjg 265 Bush St ; owner. Standard ; 
dealer, ±1 Salisbury; 7 fixtures; 4 q^,. contractor, Victor Lemoge; al- j 
I gaa ouUets. terations. ^ „. | 

j oO Lmcomshire Dr; owner, Sherry; , §34 2142 Lombard St; owner, caiu ■ 
I dealer, H Sahsbury ; 14 fixtures ; 4 gas Qgneral Line Supply Co ; contractor, ! 
I outlets. lAilaii Elec & Engrg Co; motors. I 

i <40UE 14th St; owner, — 5 de»l- • 835 1482 Sutter St; owner, Dor- ^ 

1 er, J R Pierce ; 3 fixtures. \ Chester Hotel : contractor. Atlas Elec 




S Ortega; owner, Heyman Homes; 1 Arthur Blvd, Oakland. 

architect, D E Jaekle; contractor, 'DWELLING, l-story 5-room, $10,- 



Heyman Bros, 5138 Geary Blvd 
DWELLINGS, three l-story fr, $6000 
each; E 40th Ave 100. 125. 150 S 
Kirkham; o^^'ner and builder. Her- 
bert A Crocker. 681 Market Street ; 
architect. Vincent Buckley. 110 Sut- 
ter St. 
ALTER kitchen and bathroom. $1500 ; 



000; 571 Kenilworth Ave; owner, 
Hans Hjulmond, San Francisco; 
contractor. W F Beckett, 704 Lath- 
am Sq Bldg, Oakland. 
ALTER service sta, $1000; 701 San 
Leandro Blvd; owner. N Vadnais, 
premises; contractor, R W Del- 
guidici. 578 Davis St. 



418 Branks St; owner. Fred Ban- i DWELLING, l-story 3-room. $2500; 
den; contractor. J Caruso, 3220: 82-D Dutton Ave; owner and con- 
Folsom St tractor, Christian H Baird. 82 Dut- 

ALTER residence, $2000; 43 Milan [ ^.ovl Avenue. 

Terr; owner and contractor. Geo; . 

T Robinson. PALO ALTO 

ALTER heating system and rei>airs j 

to flats. $800; 3080 Market Street ; j ALTER business bWg. $6000; 300 



Accented I ^*°* Foothill Blvd; owner, Craig 4 ^ng Co; „„^. ! 

Accepiea,^.^. ^^^^^ ^ Salisbury; 3 fixtures. gse 837 43rd Ave; owner, Janswi, I 

i 442 24th St; owner. ; dealer, ^.Q^tractor, Century Elec; 11 outleU; , 

Walker to whom it may con- 1 ^ Hansen ; 2 iixtures. 1 switch; 2 plugs. 

' »8th Ave and San Leandro ; owner, 



13, Herxog Tract, Oakland. J M 



cem April 4, 1946 „ ^ ^ ».. u ..,=—.1 

April 6, 1946-PTN LOT 6, Rita , Sf" 5°^' ^c; dealer. B Hansen,! 

Vista Sub; L6ts 7. 8 and 10 Chit- !^" 1^ f®*' * ^** ouUets. i 

tenden Tract. Oakland. Albert L I •^"^ -^-^^ ^^^ San Leandro; o^er, ^^^1 ., .. .. ^ ^ntractor Foe^ . 

Elvin Van Ness ! Larsen & Larsen; dealer. E M Han- , 14th St; o^'°«%'^f„fS^.T;^i<I J 

J94g sen; 2 fixtures. . ! ter & Kleiser; 3 outleU, 1 switcn, s 



OAKLAND 

NW comer 50th Ave and E 



Gehrke to 

April 5, 

April 5, 1946 — ^LOT 731, Forestland 

Exten; Oakland. Fred F Chopin 

to McClurg & Chopin .April 5, 1946 
April 6, 194e— 3700 and 3708 MA- 
GEE Ave, 3610 and 3616 Kansas 

St. Oakland. Anton E and Bertha 

Safer to whom it may concern 

A.pril 1. 1946 dealer. M Maiimi ;' 6 fixtures ; 2 gas ; 

April 6. 1946 — 2626 SAN PABLO , ouUets. j ^qw 



3014 Guido Dr; owner, Pichel; deal- fixtures. ^ ^„^..,. a« 

er, W Cristy; 7 fixtures; 3 gas out- , 36688 1363 99th Ave; ovmer An 
lets. Itone Crua; contractor. Del Monte 

1043 62nd St; owner. B F Lee; giectric; 2 outlets; 1 plug; 2 motora 
dealer. H Lee; 6 fixtures; 1 gas out- . ^y^ 41I l»th St; ^wner^Joe ViU*. , 
let. I contractor, Paramount Electric, oui 

6322 San Pablo; owner, A ^oda ; . .et^^wit^ ;^ure^« ; P^^^^ ^rt ' 

^^conW^tor, C A Langlais Co 



owner and contractor, Frank W 
Nevares. 3080 Market St 
REMOVE partition, stucco front, tile 
stairs, bath and kitchen, re-plaster 
where needed, add hardwood floors 
and glas blocks in dwelling, $1200; 
owner and contracton L M Black, 
108 Congdon St 



Portage Ave; owner, Sutter Pack- 
ing Co. 1615 First St; contractor, 
W P Goodenoug^, 49 Wells Ave. 

DWELLING. $5500; 1336 Taaso St; 
owner. M W and M O Mays, 2371 
Poplar St; contractor. O E Abel, 
North Palo Alto. 

DWELLING, $8100; 2296 Bryant St; 



Ave, Berkeley. Willie J Lee to ! Jf^C Darnby Dr; owner, G BrowU; i 2 fixtures. ^wner 

M Drinkward March 28. 1946 dealer, R A Roeber; 8 fixtures; 3 gas i 36691 26th and Telegrapn , ownw, 

outlets. i Sears, Roebuck * _p*»5 '^iJ^SSr' 

MARIN COUNTY 1 1647 19th Ave- owner, R Reed; scott-Buttner Electric Co. ouuew, 

. ; dealer, R a Roeber; 5 fixtures. 'switches; fixtures. owner. 

Recorded Accepted ; 10137 Voltaire • owner. E R Blabon ; i 36692 507 Chratnut »^ "^"l' 

April 6. 1946 -Kent Woodlanda. dealer, R a Roeber • 5 fixtures ; 4 gas ' gtraub Manufacturing Co ; contractor, 

Kentfield. Norman E Graham to j outlets. ' California Electric; motors; altera- 

whom it may concem.Mar. 30, 1946 : 2011 109th Ave- owner. MacGee; I tions. 




Remember when you first be- 
came the "good little sport" 
and dried your first cup and 
saucer? (And once "elected" 
you were a member for life!) 
Well, that's over now in the 
kitchen of this modern age. 

With an Automatic Dishwasher you just 
stack dishes, cups, glasses and silverware in 
a wire basket, dose a door, tirn a knob and 
all are hygienically washed, rinsed and dried 
without your hands ever touching water. 
Pots, pans and skillets are al^done this 
same easy way. 

Ask about the Automatic Dishwasher at your 
appliance dealer's store. Talk to friends who 
use it. Put it down on your "must" list for 
that new kitchen you are planning. 



Sfi YOUI DIAIIR OK 

GE8W 444 
y.^Tr*»gjfl<!* PACIFIC OAf AND ELECTRIC COMPANY 





V 





PLANS and 
Speculations 



Oakland: Such speedy progress 
has been achieved with plans for 
Riding the first link of the fi,- 
000,000 Mountain boulevard high- 
way project that directors of the 
Joint Highway district No. 26, 
sponsoring group, are almost ready 
to issue a call for bids. 

Mayor Herbert L. Beach, secre- 
tary-treasurer of the district, said 
that funds are available and near- 
ly 90 per cent of the right of way 
necessary to start work on the 
Lake Temescal-Park boulevard unit 
has been acquired. Actual con- 
struction may be delayed by mate- 
rial shortages, Citv Engineer Walt- 
er N. Frickstad indicated. 
oOo 

Modesto: A request for 300 more 
veterans housing units has been 
made by Jack Sinclaear, in charge 
of the veterans' housing, Stanis- 
laus county, in a letter to the Fed- 
eral Housing Authority. Sin- 
claear's letter was sent after Con- 
gress had appropriated additional 
funds to relieve the veterans' hous- 
ing shortage. 

oOo 

Redwood City: Port of Redwood 

City commissioners are consider- 
ing plans for construction of a 
new transit shed on wharf No. 3 at 
the port. The commission also is 
looking over Navy property at the 
port in anticipation of future car- 
go handling needs. 

# 

"THE HOUSE 1 WANT" 
SERIES ENDS THURSDAY 



1890. 1946 
Fifty-six 
Yean of 
Service 



^aila iacific ^ 

LARGEST CONSTRUCTION DAILY IN THE WEST 



Fifty-sixth Year— Vol. 56— No. 69 



Aid Solicited In 
Combing Enemy Data 
For Scientific Value 



On Thursday, Edward Williams, 
landscape architect, and William 
Clement Ambrose, architect, will 
be speakers on the final program 
of the "House I Want" series given 
under the auspices of the Womens 
Architectural League. 

The morning program will be 
given at the 20th Century Club 
in Berkeley at 10:30 a. m., and the 
afternoon session at the San Fran- 
cisco Museum of Art begins at 
2:30 p. m. Architect John BoUes 
will be moderator. 

# 

JOINT MEET THURSDAY 
OF A.LA, AND PRODUCERS 



Northern California Chapter of 
the AIA and the Producers' Council 
are holding a joint meeting of their 
organizations on Thursday, at 6:00 
p. m. 

Reservations for the dinner, 
which is to be held at the Engi- 
neers' Club, 206 Sansoms street, 
must be made in advance. Archi- 
tects are asked to contact the of- 
fice secretary, DOuglas 4561, be- 
tween the hours of 12 and 3. The 
members oi the Producers* Council 
may contact the AIA office, or 
their secretary, H. C, Galitz, at 
EXbrook 5363. 

The meeting is oi particular im- 
portance in view of the fact that 
Mr. Halloran, Regional Director of 
the Civilian Production Agency, 
will have a representative on hand 
to explain the import of the new 
construction restriction order. 

In addition to this, there will 
be a showing of the film, "A 
Scotchman Looks at 'Dimensional 
Coordination"*, which is based on 
the principle of Modular planning. 



Aid of American industry was 
solicited today by John C Green, 
executive secretary, OflBce of the 
Publication Board, Department of 
Commerce, in the hunt to track 
down valuable scientific and manu- 
facturing German data which may 
be of priceless value to this coun- 
try. 

"Never before has American in- 
dustry had BO great an opportunity 
to acquire information based on 
years of painstaking research 
quickly and at so little cost," 
Green pointed out. 

As part of this country's repar- 
ations from Germany the Com- 
merce Department is combing tech- 
nical data for priceless informa- 
tion which is of inestimable value 
to science and industry. 

Specifically, he requests indus- 
tries to submit ideas concerning 
the following. They should be 
mailed to Green. 

The department wants: 

(1). Information regarding what 
specific information should be 
sought. 

(2). Description of the above 
suggestions. 

(3). SugiE:estions as to where in 
German industry that information 
might be discovered. 

These suggestions, Green said, 
will guidfe his department in di- 
recting the w^ork of men who are 
examining German documents. 

Any industrial group or scientific 
group interested in specific indus- 
trial methods and able to assign 
personnel to visit Germany should 
contact him immediately. If the 
project appears to be of profitable 
value to American industry. Green 
stated, he will make the necessary 
arrangements. 

Information, however. Green 
stipulated, will not become the sole 
property of that group, but must 
be made available to industry in 

general. 

# 

ANNOUNCE SURPLUS 
SALES IN NEWSPAPERS 

The War Assets Administration, 
30 Van Ness avenue, government 
agency charged with selling sur- 
plus war materials, has announced 
that many of ita sales will be an- 
nounced only through newspaper 
advertising. 

The announcement said in part: 
"When such advertising is used it 
will serve as the only notification 
to all priority purchasers, and it is 
urged that your office be careful 
to watch for such announcements". 

The Daily Pacific Builder is one 
I of the media which carries notices 
of these sales. 



SAN FRANCISCO. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1 0. \ 946 

Did Yon Know That ... 

Y/"**of^f!S:f^^^!^""^^°'^^»ctor, of 2901 20th avenue, has 
moved to 25 Westgate place. Telephone of the new office is JUniper 
4-2354. 

— O— 

7" ^„ ow. i **• ?; ^y^^^ ^1 Barneveld and Oakdale avenues, has established 

A newsman whose reports are l^^^ aj,d larger auartera for himself at 2251 Revere avenue. Telephone 
unusually accurate has been giv- j^ VAlencxa 1434. 
ing some thought to the mountains i — O— 

of government property piled up I Bradley PUstering Co., successors to Peter Bradley, are now 
on k>nely spots throughout the.j^^^^^ ^^ 501 Alabama street, at Mariposa street. Otis Lee and F. 
^°rid. ^ Mullen are partners now operating the concern as plastering 




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. \ 1 ^ 4.U ia ! contractors. Telephone remains HEmlock 1096 

This note refers only to the is- __q ^,^^ ^^^^ ^,^ ^^^ 

^,*^ of Guam, area o^ 206 square r^^ California State Personnel Board is holding examinations multiple housing 

nules. There is one lot consistmg j^^. ^^^^j j^bs at salary shown. Closing date of applications is in- be rented to vet 

of a half milUon cases of beer, 1 ,. ^, c^^^t metal worker, nrevailino- wa<rp. annlv h^fnrp Anril 18: Mr. Wyatt's t 



Wyatt Urges Constroction of Multiple 
DweDings to Provide Veteran Hoosing 

The construction industry was assured today by U. S. Hevsinff 
Expediter Wilsoii W. Wyatt, in a telegram to TttOMas S. Hdden. 
president of the F. W. Dodge Corporation, building sUtistics senrkes 

publishers, that the present emer- 
gency housing proifram wouJd"not 



— ..-, "z— ;- -r- . „c !?^/' dicated. Sheet metal worker, prevailing wage, apply before April 18; 

which figures o^*. ab<>"t 25 fases ,^^^.3^^^^ structural engineering draftsman, salafy $270, apply before 
per camta of civilian population j^ structural steel painter, salary |220, apply before May 14; 

After being out in the sun tne / , «»Tnnneerinp- «iH Q«i«t.,r ii/in «««!« w«^ !*«„ ir a««h. 



channel all materials and frflForta 

into single unit housing but would 

also urge tbe construction of many 

units which could 

veterans. 



Mr. Wyatt's telegram is <tiuoted 
in full: 

, y. ijic»j ^, -«* i— ..w^x o«i«xj T*^v ayuiy v/^v/*c -x», *^, "Oue of the vital requirements 

After being out in tiie sim tbe ^^^ ^^^^^ engineering aid salary $140, apply before May 16. Appll- of the Veterans Emergency Hous- 
beer 18 probably spoiled by now, so \^^^^q^ ^^i^nks can be obtained by writing to the board, 1015 "L" street, jing program is housing for rent. 



let the natives have it. 

• • * 

Here is a collector's item: There 
are also 187 thousand quarts of 
good drinking whiskey such as 
Old Grand Dad, Old Taylor and 
similar brands — just setting there 

waiting! 

• • • 

(These are honest 32 - ounce 
quarts and not skinny fifths.) 

• • • 



Sacramento. 



I Five Labor Bureaus 
iSpeed New Program 



Five Department of Labor bu- 
,reaus are to contribute to the 
_, « w » , A^„ emergency housing program as 

You younger punks, you Ama- l^^jj^^^. 

teur Alcoholics and Bar-Stoolers, | "j^ ^^.^^ g^^^^ Employ- 

jg, who came of f ^^.^^"f^^.f \^^ ! ment Service, to recruit workers 
ing this war probably don t knowi*"^ ^nn^trnrtion iobs 
what a QUART of Old Taylor looks for construction jobs^ 
like. You have been drinking "Old 2.— Bureau of Labor Statistics, 
Barbed Wire", "Three Firecrack- to provide local and national sta- 
ers". and other botUed hangovers, tistical information to show how 
if if it the program is progressmg; also 

We should be able to work Ray collect and publish month-to-month 
Milland in here s o m eh ow — it j changes in wholesale and dealer- 
wouldn't be a "Lost Weekend"— ' to - contractor prices of building 



Resume Highway 50 
Improvements 

Construction work on the Mey 
ers Grade portion of U. S. &0, 



because countless veterans Will not 
want to buy or be in a position 
to do so. 

"Therefore, multiple dwellings 
are a most important part of the 
program and we hope that the in- 
dustry will do its utmost to pro- 
duce them. 

"I know that you undcfrstand 
that they must be produced! under 
our program at a price veterans 



the whole durned island would be 
lost! 

• • • 
Can't figure out why the 
Military sent so much whis- 
key to so small a place un 



materials, 

3. — Conciliation Service, to as- 
sist in maintenance of amicable 
relations between workers and em- 
ployers, 



»w w «« -— •• - K— ' — -- I 4. — Apprentice Training Service 
less It was they thought 1^^ cooperate closely with employ- 
they had a lot of General U^g ^^^^ construction unions in es- 



Grants in this war. 




SUMMER6ELL ROOF STRUGTURES 

1746 ThirteentK St., Oakland, Calif. 



From San Francisco 
ENterprise 10930 



From other cxchanscs 
TWinoak$3622 



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BURKE FORM CLAMPS 




CLARIFICATION OF NEW 
OPA LIFTING IS COMING 

Local OPA officials are await- 
ing clarification of the effect of 
the new price lifting order on 
constroction equipment and ma- 
chinery, it was reported today. 

While the Washington news 
release stated that dredges, var- 
ious lock and dam machinery 
items, eonveyM systems, diesel 
engines and steam generating 

Xipment price controls were 
lish^d, local officials hesitate 
to comment as to effect of the 
order pending receipt of a com- 
plete written text from head- 
quarters. 

Clarification of the order 
should be publicized in several 
days, officials said. 



LAMINATED LUMBER 

BEAMS - ARCHES 
TRUSSES 



jers and construction unions in es- 
jtablishing and accelerating train- 
' ing programs to expedite the hous- 
ing program. To provide more 
skilled construction workers, 1,117 
local trade apprenticeship pro- 
grams have been set up. The Gen- 
eral Committee on Apprenticeship 
for the Construction Industry es- 
timates around 5,000 such pro- 
gram will be needed, each related 
to a specific craft. More will be 
set up. These local committees are 
management - labor groups which 
handle the selecting and assigning 
of new men for apprenticeship 
training on construction projects. 
5.— Wage Adjustment Board, to 
provide quick handlinsr o^ cases 
which come to it? i<;tt«ntion in the 

construction industry. 

The Department of Liabor points 
out that contractors, before begin- 
ning construction jobs, should ob- 
tain the legal rates for all job-clas- 
sifications from the Wage Adjust- 
ment Board or from any regional 
office of the National Wage Sta- 
bilization Board. Under General 
Order J^o. 41 of the NWSB, wage 
rates in construction cannot be al- 
tered without Board approval. 



which was interrupted by the war. i can afford, or the whole obljective 
will be resumed as soon as the 1 of the program is lost, 
snow has melted, and it is expected ■ ^However. I want to assure you 
that the project will be completed ^j^^^ priorities are issued for the 
during the summer months pere g^j^ purpose of producing homes 
will be no interrupUon of traffic i ^^^ Veterans and that multiple 
during the construction period the j^gHin^ ha^g a definite and! high- 
raliforaia State Automobile Asso ,, jn^portant part in the pro-am." 
" PreuSry 'work has also been !^ The misunderstanding thjtmul- 
started on construction of a newltiple dwellings were not part of 
section on U. S. 50 between Pol- ; the program has created gre&t con- 
lock Pines and Fresh Pond. Someicem among architects, jfeneral 
delay to automobile traffic may be .contractors and building mjn who 
occasioned by this work as it pro- ; might be employed on n^ultiple 
gresses. Building of a new sec- ; dweUings but not extensively on 
tion has also begun between Shin- ' single units. And in addition to 
gle Springs and El Dorado, but i manufacturers of equipment and 
no interference with travel is an- \ building products used miore m 
ticipated because the new road i apartments than houses, 
will not foUow the present align- i Some manufacturers, Mr. Holden 
m^t. ' reports, have considered curtail- 

iment of operations and deferment 
I of expansion programs becituBe of 
'their beliefs that the pt-ogram 
{would hinder their businesses. 
I "The Wyatt program it>ermit8 
I dwelling units to be built up to 

la cost of 110,000 each," Holden 

C. T. Spivey has been appointed \ points out. "It is ];n-obable that 



l^ivey Promoted At 
Cohunbia Steel Co. 



a top limit of |1600 per room. 

"At the same time tnere should 
»e many projects going ahead which 
will cost more; builders will be 
able to go over the $1500 room per 
room cost, but it is not yet pos- 
sible to say exactly how high until 
the National Housing Agency clar- 
ifies the matter," Holden forecast. 

Wyatt's telegram was in answer 
to an inquiry from the Dodge Cor- 
poration president. 

# 

INCREASE PRICES IN 
GLAZED SASH, DOORS 

Slight increases in ceiling prices 
for glazed sash, windows and ga- 
rage doors have been authorized 
by the Office of Price Administra- 
tion, and become effective April 
10. They compensate producers for 
the increase of 3.95 per cent in 
glass prices authorized in Decem- 
ber 1945. 

Under the action, manufactur- 
ers' discounts for glazed windows 
and sash listed in Standard Lists 
Catalog No. 40 have been short- 
ened one point, with the exception 
of two-light windows and one light 
sash — which remain unchange<i 
since the increase in glass costs 
effects them only fractionally. 

Discounts applicable to list prices 
in the modular standards list are 
not changed, but the list prices 
have been revised upward to re- 
flect the actual glass cost increase. 

Jobbers, who glaze more than 
do millwork mills, are authoriied 
to use the new mill maximum 
prices as the basis for their mark- 
ups. 

COPIES OF lWtATION 



assistant director of industrial re 
lations of Columbia Steel com- 
pany, William A. Ross, president, 
announced today. 

Spivey, who has been associated 
with the United States Steel Cor- 
poration since his graduation from 

Stanford University in 1987, has „^„„,.,„^„ ^ ^^^^.^.^ 
setved in numerous capacities of 1 ||o per month or less, 
industrial relations work for the 
atoel corporation. 

He started as an industrial en 



the $80 per unit monthly rent ceil- 
ing will determine the top cost of 
investment projects to be built 
this year. This will permit high 
quality of construction. It should 
be understood, however," Holden 
said, "that Wyatt wants as many 



ORD]p:R AVAILABLE FREE 

The Associated General Contrac- 
tors, Northern California chapter, 
have printed mimeographed copies 
of the recent order limiting con- 
struction and repairs, President H. 
Earl Parker said today. 

Copies are available by writing 
to the A.G.C., 216 Pine street, San 
Francisco 4. Address your re- 
quests to W. H. Arata, manager 



He started a?. »" ^o**"*^"**/"; to those built under Section 608 
gmeer at the Pittsburg Works of |^^ ,pj^;jg yj ^f ^^^ National Hous- 
Columbia Steel Company. In 1940,;. ^^^ (FHA) during ivsiTtime. 
he was selected to direct the com- , ^^ ^^ ^j^^g^ projects were of 
pany's industrial relations acwyi; | superior quality and weite built 



apartments as possible to rent for of the group, or telephone GAr- 

"This would indicate a preference 
for garden type projects similar 



vaiijr D ^.»«— v»«.. ^^.«,--™ — i^" superior quaiuy ana wen 

ties in the state of Utah, and in ^^^^ ^j^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^t 

1943 was transferred to Grovem- .^. j j,^z t^^w a : 

ment-owned Geneva Steel Works 



tSfj 



woBm 



KSSi 




„ permitted for FHA insurance; the . - . 

. ,^, • *» • new Title VI will probably allow San Francisco 

to supervise this new project's m- 1 ^_____ 

dustrial relations program. He re- ! 
turned to Columbia Steel Com- 1 
pany last year. j 



B.i.C.B. ME ETS T ODAY 

The regular monthly meeting of 
the Building Industry Conference 
Board will be held at noon today 
in the Commercial Club. 

Topic of discussion will be the 
proposed new building code for 



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Phone: BErkeley 3440 



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EXPANSION JOINT COLUMN CLAMPS SCREED SUPPORTS 

THREADED RODS REINFORCED PAPER 

All Types of Concrete Construction Specialties 

W. J. BURKE & CO., Inc. 

780 Bryant Street - San Francisco - Phone GArfield 8768 



WARD MAYER 



CONTRACTORS: sfE us befum miu imd! 

We uill finance sound 
Iniproienient District Jobs 

• We enter into written contracts before you bid . . . pay 
you in cash the agreed purchase price of the warrant when 
issued. Contact us early to permit our on-the-ground 
inspection of the job. Profit by our lon^ experience. 

1911 Acl and l»)ir> Act 

BONDS and VVAIVRAMS • bou}»h. • quoted • sold 



Phone Collect 
Sutter 5460 



STONE & YOUlMtiltERG 

850 RLSi BllLDtNG ■ SAN t RASLISLO 4 



STRUCTURES 

INCORPORATED 

220 Montgomery St 

San Francisco 4, Calif. 
YUkon 0407 

SACRAMENTO OFFICE 
1014 8th St.— 'Phone Sac. 38543 



JOIST HANGERS 

ALL SIZES 
FOR IMMEDL\TE DELIVERY 

PATTERSON & ELVIN IRON WORKS 

280— 13th STREET. SAN FRANCISCO - MArket 3647 



Concrete Cutting 
Compressors Rented 

PORTABLE >^^ELDERS 

Air TooU of AU Kinds 
CLEMENTINA CO. 

2277 JERROLD AVENUE 

Phone M!3ston lfi36.0755 



Manufacturtd by 

BEATTY STEEL 
PRODUCTS CO. 

415-421 MY ANT STREfT 
SAN FRANCISCO 



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ATLAS MANUFACTURE 

PASSENGER AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS 




HYDRANTS 

HOISTING EQUIPMENT 

SPECLU. VALVES AND FITTINGS 

SPECIAL ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL 

EQUIPMENT 
ELEVATOR REPAIRS AND SERVICE 

Atlas Elevator Co. 

417 SIXTH ST. - SAN FRAN«Ig09 3 - Phone BXbrMk lf40 



Johns-Manville 

CORRUGATED TRJMSITE 

...the permanent fireproof 
roofing and siding material 



GALROCK ASPHALT BLOCKS 

Monufacfured Mni^r 22,000 lbs. Pr«t«ar« per Sqaore fiieb 
Stondard Size 1"x4V4x9V2~in Red ond Black 

A fclffcfy weor>resisfaaf dasfiess floor, won* n^ier foof, for wore- 
fcoases. focforle*. loediag oed decks. Widely mfd for roofing decks. 

Folder oed SpeeificatioBS oe Beqeest 

GUNN CARLE AND CO. 

20 Potrero Ave. UNderiiiU 5480 Son Francisco 



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INTEGRITY 



RESPONSIBILITY 



WESTERN 
ASBESTOS 

COMPANY 



'- *'anci' 



TO HOME BUILDERS . . . 

Now is the time fo secure your choice of building sites in a 
restricted tract of the finest view property available on the 
Peninsula. 

Tract consists of 10 acres in the city of San Mateo and 55 
acres in the town of Hillsborough subdivided into 69 beauti- 
ful building sites. They range from '/i acre to 4 acres; priced 
from $2,750 to $13,600 including improvements. 

Present prices are subject to sharp advancement upon com- 
pletion of improvements; when unsold sHes will be extensively 
advertised to the public 

Engineering is now being completed for streets, sewers and 
water system; work is scheduled to start during May of 
this year. 

Property can be inspected by appointment by calling 
Froik Ashby. Owatr. of MArket 1230 





New Tefepiione Number 

DOuglas 4657 

FLOOR COVERINGS 
ACOUSTICAL MATERIALS 
BUILDING MATERIALS 



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COMPANY 



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DAILY PACIFtr BUILDER 



WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10. 1946 



ADVANCE CONSTRPCTIOM REPORTS 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 



(EatabU«h«d 1»0) 
iMUMi Every Morning, Except Saturday, Sunday and Lag*! HaNdaya 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER ia the pioneer construction daily at the 
P&ciiic Ceaiit, Halntaining a complete news reporting aervica 
covering all principal building and engineering projects; 
consolidated January 2, 1930. with Larsen'a Advanca 
Construction Reports. A Legal Newspaper of gen- 
eral circulation as defined by the Superior 
Court of San Francisco County. 

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 
$3.00 pev Month; |30 per Year (Payable In Advanca). SIngIa Capy, Ite 

ESntered ejf Second-Class matter July 2t. 1907, at the post office 
at San Francisco, California, under the Act of March 3, 1879 






PubUshed by 
STARKRATH PRIfmNG A PUBLISHING CO. 
Under a management agr^coMnt with 
F. W. DODGE CORPORATION, Owner 

G. E. McGAVRAN, Editor J. E. ODGERS, Advertising Managar 

465 Tenth St., San Francisco 3 TeLi MArkeC 7110 



School District, Superin- 4/10/46 

Thomas I* Nelson. 1414 , FUNDS AWARDED 



Unified 

tendent 

Walnut St, Berkeley. {SCHOOL BUlLDmri 

Archltect-Not selected. | «UILDir«J .023.500 

The above project was recommend- CARSON CITY Ormabv Co NeV 
^1^. »_':^_^.«_""y completed survey of ; Con.trucUon of t^o^^Js of elem^. 



school needs. 



4/10/46 •• 

BOND ELECTION PLANNED 
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING 

Estimated Cost $80,000-$100,000 Owner— City 'of Carson City Nevada. 
MENDOCINO. Mendocino Co., Calif. ArcUilect— Edward SL Parsons. Reno, 



tar>' school buildings, of Class A 
construction. Unit No. 1 to con- 

„ **i° approx. 14,000 s.f. (cott ^157,-. 

000). Unit No. 2 to contain 4560 s.f. 
(cost J66.500). 



20-21 — SOCIAL AND 
RECREATIONAL BLDGS. 



20 



4/10/46 
FIRE LOSS 

MERCED. Merced Co.. Calif.— Fire 
recently damaged the Merced Ellis 
Club, l'9th and M Streets, with loss 
estimated at JIO.OOO. 



PLANS ON FILE 



Tha fioftawtng ilat of plans and speclficationa for conatruction 

projaota are now available for inspection at the office of DAILY 

PACIFIC BUILDER, 46S Tenth Street, San Francisco. 



W«rk 



Location 



Bid Opaning Data 



Delta-Mendota Canal 
Spec. 1183 



Patterson 



4-18 



Kuby J. Newton Pres. 
Board. 



of School 



The Bureau of Community Facili- 
ties. FWA, 2223 Fulton St.. Berkeley. 
faaa awarded funds in the amount 
of $9,870 to assist in prepai-ution of 



I Construction of frame and stucco 
high school building, asphalt tile 
I and concrete floors, composition 
i roof. 

i Owner— Mendocino Union High School 
District. Ford St., Mendocino City. 
'Architect — Clarence Caiilkins, Rosen- Plans 

1 berg Bldg., Santa Rosa. ! 

I The Mendocino Union High School 

I District will hold a bond election this 4/10/46 

' month in amount of $80,000-5100,000 to PLANS BEING FIGURED— 

j finance the above construcUon. „"^^ OPEN April 16, NOON 

! ; SCHOOL BUILDING 

' 4/10/46 • g OAKLAND, Alameda Co., C^L 

RECOMMENDED ^ ^"^ Summit streets. 

COMPLETE AUDITORIUM i Construction of one- and part two- 

Cost $900,000 «^^ory frame and brick veneer schoo* 

BERKELEY, Alameda County, Calif.! tl^i'^^S to contain 14 cla$srooms. 



20! 



SUB . BIDS WANTED 



26th 



4/10/46 

PLANNED 

AUDITORIUM Est Cost $35,000 

^o^sI>SSon''oJ m?r;?oril aSdftorium. '^^^ contractors desiring sub-bids on any job are Invited to make known 

OAvner— City of Winters, City Hall, \ '"*''' r«<ju*r*nient8 In thia column. There la no charge for thia servlca. 

Winters, Lester M. Ireland, mayor. I j . ; 

Architect — Not given. j Office and' Lab. BWg. and industrial Relations Bldg., Pailfornia Reaaarch 



The City Council will meet ApriLi 
11 to take definite action on the pro- j 
posed auditorium. 




BUILDING SECTION 



between Milvia and 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as follows: 

Commercial BIdgs 1- B 

Educational BIdgs. „ 9-10 

Hospitals . 11 

industrial BIdga. 12-13 

Public Buildings - 14-17 

Religious Buildings _ 18-19 

Social. Recreational BIdgs. 20-21 

IReelder.tiaJ Buildings 22-26 
Transportation BIdgs. „. 27 
Miscellaneous BIdgs. 28-30 



1.8 — COMMERCIAL BLDGS. 

4/10/46 •• 4 

WORK UNDER WAY 
MEDICAL BUILDING Cost $35,000 
^ ALBANY, Alameda County, Calif. 

Solano Ave. and Stannage St. 
Construction of medical building to 

provide six office .suites. 
Owner — Dr. Robert McMahon, city 

health official, Albany. 
Architect—William H. Young, 1153 

Garfield Ave., Albany. 
Mechanical Engineer — Albert A. Cod- 

dlngton Co., 251 Kearny St., San 

Francisco. 
Contractor— Harry S. Paddock, 1044 

Key Route Blvd., Albany. 



auditorium building for which the 
steel skeleton is already erected 
and expansion to Include 13th and 

structure will contain a restaurant \ 14th grades or a junior college. 

to seat 600 and offices. Estimated i Owner — Board of Education of the 

co.st, $2,500,000. I City of Berkeley and of Berkeley 

" ' Unified School District, 1414 Wal- 

4/10/46 2 j nut St., Berkeley. 



Addison St 

Grove Sts. „ _, 

Completion of Berkeley High School Owner— First Hebrew Congregation. 



library and cnapei; cemejut plixa- 
icr exterior. 



WORK UNDER WAY 

GARAGE 

WATSONVILLE, Santa Cruz Co. Cal. 

Con.structlon of 1 -story relnf. con- 
crete garage. 

Owner — Withheld. 

Architect- -C. J. Ryland, Box 847, 
Carmel. 

Contractor — T. H. Rosewall, Rte. 1, 
Box 539, Watsonvllle. 



ArcJiltects— Will G. Corlett and H. H. 



i Gutterson,. Bank of America Bldg., 
] Oakland. 

The above project was recommend- 
j ed in a recently completed survey of 
; school needs. 



Architect— William E. Schirmer, 1419 

Broadway, Oakland. 

P'olluwing contractors have taken 
out plans: 

Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St., 
San Francisco. 

Stolte, Inc., S451 San Leandro St., 
Oakland. 

C. H. Thrams, 28 Home Place, Oak- 
land. 

G. H. Wendt, 556 Arlington Ave., 
Berkeley. 

Henry Glynn, 6023 Colby St., Oak- 
land. 



9 



6 



4/10/46 

PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS 

REMODEL DEPARTMENT STORE 

Cost, $2,000,000 

SEATTLE, Wash. 

Expansion and modernization of de- 
partment store Involving partial 
construction of sixth, seventh and 
eighth floors, installation of wide 
excalators, fast self-leveling eleva- 
tors, removal of certain partitions, 
new lighting and ventilating sys- 
tem for main floor. 

Owner— Frederick & Nelson, William 
S. Street, president, Seattle. 

Architects — Skidmore, Owings & Mer- 



! 4/10/46 • 9 4/10/46 

BOND ELECTION PLANNED BOND ELECTION 

SCHOOL BLDG. Est. Cost $75,000 SCHOOL BUILDING Cost, $199,628 
BOONVILLE, Mendocino Co.. Calif. alTO, Marin County Calif. 
Construction of 1 -story frame school jConstruct new school building con- 
building, asphalt tile, concrete taining eight classrooms, assembly 



floors, stucco exterior, composition 
roof. 
, Owner —Anderson Union Elementary 

School District, Boonville. 
Architect — Clarence Caulkins, Rosen- 
borg Bldg., Santa Rosa. 
The Anderson Valley School Dis- 
trict will hold a bond election shortly 
in amount of 850,000 to assist in 
I financing the above construction. 



4/10/46 

FUNDS AWARDED 
SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
rill, Chicago, 111., and John Graham, falLON, Churchill County, Nev. 



9 



room, administration office and 
teachers' room, and pave recrea- 
tion areas, etc. 
Owner— Mill Valley School Dist, 360 

E Blithedale Ave., Mill Valley. 
Architect— Alfred W. Johnson, 681 

Market Street, San Francisco. 
« The school district has tentatively 
.set May 17 to vote on a proposal to 
; issue bonds in the amount of $240,000 
to finance above construction and 
alterations and additions at Old Mill, 
Tamalpais Park, and Homestead 
schools in Mill Valley. 



4/10/46 •♦ 4 

CONTRACT AWARDED 
GUTTERS, ETC. Cont. Price $3325 
BENICIA, Solano County, Calif. Be- 

nicia Arsenal. 
Construction of gutters and roof 

leaders for reclamation building, 

under Serial No. 04-203-46-10. 
Owner— U. S. Engineer Office, 74 New 

Montgomery St., San Francisco. 
Plana by owner. 
Contractor — M. J. McGuire and M. 

Hester. 796 66th Ave., Oakland. 



Dexter Horton Bldg., Seattle 

A.s previously reported, bids will be . 
opened April 26. 

The following contractors have 
been furnished with plans and speci- 
fications : 

James Stewart & Co., Inc., New 
York. 

i'aul Carlson Construction Co., 1308 
Madison. 

Nelse Mortensen Construction Co., 
1021 Westlake N. i 

General Construction Co., 3840 Iowa. 

Howard S. Wright & Co., 407 Yale N. 

Henrik Valle Construction Co., 407 ■. 
3rd W. I 

George Teufel Construction Co., 



Construction of new school building 
at West End School site to include 
activity room, three regular class- 
rooms, kitchen, library, administra- 
tive office, boiler room, book stor- 
age room, etc., to cost $86,000, and 
remodeling of school at Oats Park 



1/10/46 •• 9 

BOND ELECTION 
HIGH SCHOOL PLANT 
LINCOLN, Placer County, Calif. New 

section of land adjacent to present 

Lincoln High School. 



4/1 0/4^- ^ 20 I 

FUNDS AWARDED i 

RECPIEATIONAL FACILITIES I 

Estimated Cost $237,694 
SALINAS, Monterey County, Calif. | 
Construction of recreation facilities ! 
to include an enclosed swimming 
pool (100x60) and wading pool (40x 
20), with dressing rooms, club , 
lounge, rest rooms, shower, spec- ; 
tators' gallery, chlorination and 
filtration plant and under-water j 
lighting, also improvements to j 
parks. , 

Owner — City of Salinas, Charles C. ! 
McQall, city manager, Salinas. j 

Architect— Francis E. Lloyd, 210 Post , 
St., San Francisco. i 

The Bureau of Community Facili- ' 
ties, Federal Works Agency, 2223 Ful- i 
ton St., Berkeley, Calif., awarded ' 
funds in amount of $7793 to assist ' 
in preparation of plans. The school 
district recently voted bonds in the I 
amount of $175,000 to assist in financ- 
ing the above construction. j 



4/10/46 20 

FUNDS AWARDED 

SWIMMING POOL and Firehouse 

Est. Cost, «75,(>00 
CALIENTE. Lincoln County, Nev. 
Construction of municipal swimming 

pool and bathhouse tto cost $45,- 

000), and firehouse and city jail 

(to cb.st $30,000). 
Owner — City of Callente, Thomas E. 

Dixon, Mayor, Caliente. 
Architect — Richard Stadelman, Clark 

Bldg., Las Vega.". 

The Bureau of Community Facili- 
ties, FWA, 2223 Fulton St., Berkeley. 
has awarded funds in the amount 
of $3,960 to assist in preparation of 
plans. 



Corp., Richmond; BIda open April 12 
E. S. MfcKIttrick Co., 610 16th Street, OcJcland (TWln Oaks 5070) 
Swinertcjn & WalBerg Co., 226 Bush St, San Francisco (GArfield 2980) 
Barrett A Hilp. 918 Harrison Stre et, San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 
M. & K. Corp., 200 Financial Center Bldp.. San Francisco lEXbrook 7624' 
Carrico & Gautier. 365 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco (JUnlper 4-8081) 
Moore A Robert.^, 693 Mission St.. San FrRnci.«!Co (GArfield 8579). 
Parker, $teffens & Pearce, 135 South Park. San Francisco (EXbrook 6639) 

RIchfield-bavIs Bldg.. 65th and Telegraph, Oakland; Bids open Apr 11, 2 PM 
A. Famtill Blair, No. 9 Main Street. San Francisco (YUkon 0390) 
R. A. Cyllen. 478 Jackson St.. San Francisco (SUtter 1951). 
Stolte, I^ic, 8451 San Leandro St., Oakland (TRlnldad 1064). 

■ ' ---. ,,,, -. -■. 

Medical Bldg.. 2340 Ward St.. Berkeley: Bids open April 11, 11 A. M. 

A. J. Ht>pper Co., 243 Langton St., San Francl.sco (MArket 7070). 

Moore & Roberts, 693 Mission St.. San Francisco (GArfield 8579). 

Andersoii-Haglund, Inc.. 219 41st St., Oakland 11 (OL>'mpic 9l03). 

Stolte, I^ic. 8451 San Leandro St, Oakland (TRlnldad 1064). 

George j. Maurer, 50 York Drive. Piedmont (HUmboldt 3457). 

1 : ■ 

South Pal0 Alto School, Palo Alto; Bids open April 18, 7:30 P. M. 

Carl N. Swenson Co., S55 Stockton Ave., San Jose (BAllard 2602) 

Peter Sairtorio, 262 Clementina St.. San Francisco (GArfield 8317) 

C. L. W(|.ld Constr. Co, 4412 Fulton St., San Francisco (SKyline 4362). 

Mooro & Roberts, 693 Mission St., San Francisco (GArfield 8579). 



Warehous«», Tay-Holbrook, Inc., 7th St and Folger Ave., Berkeley; BIda 
open Ajpril 11, Noon. 
G. P. W.i Jensen & Sons. Inc., .S20 Market St., S. F. (GArfield 2444) 



Chemical Hab. Addn., Bethlehem Pacific Coast Steel. South San Francisco; 
Bids oben April 15, 5 P. M. 
Barrett j& Hilp, 918 Harrison St., San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 



Sheet and Tinplate Plant Columbia Steel Co., Pittsburg; Bids open April 18 
Barrett Ik Hilp, 918 Harrison St, San Francisco (DOuglas 0700). 

First Hebit^ew Congregation School. Oakland; Bids open April 16, Noon. 
Stolte. Ijjic. 8451 San Leardro St., Oakland (TRinidad 1064). 



Maintenan<je Bldg., Marin Jr. College, Kentfleld; Bids open Apr. 11. 8 PM. 
Peter Sairtorio. 262 Clementina Street, San Francl.«»co (GArfield 8317) 



Public Works Bldg., Burlingame; Bids open April 15. 8 P. M. 
MacDonald. Young & Nelson, 127 Montgomery St.. S. F. (SUtter 8296). 



School site to include enlargement ' Construction of high school plant to 



of auditorium and construction of 
lunchroom, kitchen, outdoor basket- 
ball court, remodeling of present 
building, improvements to lighting, 
dressing rooms, etc., to cost $46,560. 
Owner — Churchill County Consoli- 
dated School District, Albert S. 
Seeliger, superintendent, Fallon. 
The Bureau of Community Faclll- 



include gymnasium, auditorium, 
bank and music building, kitchen 
and cafeteria, vocational and sci- 
ence classroom buildings to accom- 
modate 500 students; frame and 
stucco. 
Owner— Lincoln Union High School 
District, Lincoln. 



^^,, _. Architect— Gordon Stafford, Forum 

White-Henry-Stuart Bldg. ties Federal Works Agency, 2223 Ful- Bldg., 9th and K Sts., Sacramento. 

John C. Boe-spf lug Construction Co., . ^^j^' g^^ Berkeley, Calif., awarded. The school district will vote May 
Securities Bldg. _ funds Iri amount of $5600 to assist in 3 on a proposal to Issue bonds in the 



4/10/46 • 5 

CONTRACT AWARDED 
COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

Approx. Cost. $4000-5000 
SAN LORENZO VALLEY. Santa 

Cruz Co., Calif. Brookdale Lodge. 
Conatruction of cocktail lounge to 

the dining facilities. 
Owners — A. Thatcher Cook and Robt. 

M. Chattan, Brookdale Lodge, 

Brookdale. 
Contractor — Roy W. Peterson, 296 

Fair Ave., Santa Cruz. 



4/10/46 •• 4 

WORK UNDER WAY 

OFFICES AND STORES 

Approximate Cost $50,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. 9th St between 
ML-islon and Market Sts. 

Construction of class C two-story and 
basement office and store building. 

Owner— C. C. Brown Co., 26 9th St. 

Arfhitect — Francis Lai Chinn, 622 
Washington St. 

Contractor — Central California Con- 
struction Co., 116 Erie St., San 
Francisco. 



J. B. Warrack Construction Co., 
Securities Bldg.' 

Sound" Construction & Engineering 
Co., 1403 W. 45th. 

All of Seattle unless otherwise 
noted. 



, preparation of plans. 



amount of $240,000, proceeds of which 
will be used to assist in financing 
i construction, 

■4/10/46 •( 

I FUNDS AWARDED i ^^ 

i IMPROVEMENTS TO SCHOOL ; lai^nc-TOlAl 

BUILDING Est Cost $81,600' 12-13 ^INDUSTRIAL 

, CALIENTE, Lincoln County. Nev. \ BUILDINGS 

' Improvements to school building to \ _^^ 



4/10/46 ••20 

BONDS DEFEATED' 
STREETS IMPTS. Cost, $176,000 

ALBANY. Alameda County. Calif. 
Improvements & widening of si reel. s. 
Owner — City of Albany, City Hall 

The City of Albany defeated bonds 
in amount of $456,000, proceeds of 
which would have Included financing 
of above work. 



4/10/46 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

ELECTRICAL WORK ,^,„ • ""include construction of auditorium I ^/j^/^g 

Contract Price $4778 ^^^ library building, remodeling of 3,03 OPENED 
OAKLAND. Alameda County. Calif. ^^^j. classrooms and dressing rooms. DISMANTLE BUILDINGS 

Oakland Municipal Airport Owner— Callente Consolidated School OAKLAND, Alameda County, Calif. 

Construction of electrical work in uj^trict. George E. Jeffs, president ; premi-ses of Chevrolet Motor Co.. 

addition to hangar 2p. . . „ i of school board. ^ ,, i 10626 East 14th Street 

Owner -Oakland Port Commission, ^^^ Bureau of Community Faclll- dismantling, demolition and removal 

foot of Grove St.. Oakland. ^j^^ Federal Works Agency, 2223 Ful- ; „f temporary bldgs. and govem- 

Plans by owner. .^^ ton' St. Berkeley. Calif., awarded ^^ property under Serial No. 04- 

Contractor- California Electric Co., J°^^^ ^^ amount of $4500 to assist in v v^ y 

preparation of plans. 



3015 Adeline St, Oakland. 



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BUILDINGS 



4/10/46 •• 4 

PLANS COMPLETED 

MEDICAL BUILDING AND FLATS 

Cost $40,000 

SiS-N FRANCISCO. Corner Powell 
and Jackson Sts. 

Construction of tw^o-stor>' and base- 
ment class C medical building ajid 
flats. 

Owner— Charlie Louie & Sons. 

Architect — Francis Lai Chlnn, 622 
Washington St. 
Bids will be asked shortly. 



, 4/10/46 

PREPARING WORKING 

DRAWINGS ^^^„„ 

SCHOOL ADDN. Est Cost $45,000 

EL DORADO COUNTY, Calif. Pol- 
look Pines Elementary School. 

Addition of two classrooms and health 
room and kitchen. 

Owner — Pollock Pines Elementary ; 
School DL-'trict, clerk. Box 481. Ca- \ 
mino. El Dorado County. 

Architect — Gordon Stafford, Insur 



203-46-12, 
iOv.ner— U. S. Engineer Office, 74 
I New Montgomery St., San ^ran- 
, Cisco. 

iLow Bidder— O'Connor Wrecking Co., 
i 4.S3 Valencia St. $2396.60. 

Complete bids were: 
j O'Connor Wrecking Co.. $2396.60; 
1(1) $1443; (2> $3839.60. 

J. D. Baliinger & Co., $3195; (1) 
!$1450; (2) $1745. 

Symon Bros.. $4139 60 (1). (2) 

Cleveland Wrecking Co., $4147; (1) 



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4/10/46 

PL*WNED 

DRYER AND STORAGE ROOM 

SEBASTOPOL, Sonoma Co., Calif. 
South of Sebastopol on 32-acre tract 
in Gold Ridge district. 

Construction of slx-klln dryer and 
120-foot storage room, concrete 
platform (200x100) ; improvements 
to include new wall, housing proj- 
ect for employees. 

Owner— Russell Kelly. 249 Calder St, 
Sebastopol. 



4/10/46 •• 9 

BIDS WANTED— TO BE OPENED 

APRIL 24, 2:30 P. M. 

INTERIOR PAINTING 

SAN FRANCISCO. Polk St between' mino. El Dorado County. i$1.00; (2) $4126 

Bay and Francisco Sts. , Architect- Gordon Stafford. Insur- coombs Bros., $5985; (1) $8900; (2) 
Interior painting of the Galileo High ; ^ ,$2085. 

School; job No. 508. ' ance Bldg.. 806 K St., Sacramento peter Sorensen. $7980; (1) $6333; 

Owner— Department of Public Works, 4/10/46 * *,(2) $1647. 

Room 282 City HalL .BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE \ R. R. Randall. $8650; (1) $7650; (2) 

City Architect— Dodge A. Riedy, Rm. APRIL 19. 4 P. M. i$1000. 

265 City Hall. STEEL FENCING ! Radlmann & Gulsto, $16,245; (1) 

Plans and specifications obtainable STOCKTON, San Joaquin County, $13,995 ; (2) $2250. 

from the above office upon deposit Calif. . , i 

Steel fencing of the Weber School ; 
i playgrounds and the Lottie Grun- 4/10/46 



4/10/46 •• 20 

PLANNED 

ADDITION TO MEMORIAL HALL 
CLOVIS, Fresno County, Calif. 
Construction of addition to present 
memorcial hall to include audito- 
rium to seat 400 and ciub and rec- 
reational rooms and facilities. 
Owner — Clovis Memorial District, c/o 
Mayor L. E. Weldon, 222 Wood- 
worth St, Clovis ,and W. L. Dan- 
iels, chairman of memorial commit- 
tee, 1128 E. Third St, Clovis. 
A petition requesting the formation 
of a Clovis memorial district spon- 
sored by the American Legion and 
the Veterans of Foreign Wars will 
be submitted to the Board of Super- 
visors April 12. If approved, the pro- 
posal will be placed on the June 4 
primar>' election ballot 

4/10/46 ••20 

BONDS DEFEATED 
COMMUNITY CENTER BLDGS. 

Estimated Cost $200,000 
ALBANY, Alameda County, Calif. 
Construction of public community 

center bldg. as living war memorial 
Owner — City of Albany, City Hall. 

The City of Albany defeated bonds 
in amount of $456,000, proceeds of 
which would have included financing 
of above work. 



of $5. 



4/10/46 • 5 

PLANS COMPLETED 

RESTAURANT Est Cost $18,000 

WILLOWS, Glenn County. Calif. In- 
tersection comer of Westlo and 
Tehama Sts. 

Construction of one-story frame and 
stucco restaurant building. 

Owner — Lei Jung, c/o architect 

Architect — Francis Lai Chlnn, 
Washington St.. San Francisco. 
Bids will be asked shortly. 



1 skv School playgrounds. 
4/10/46 • 9 Owner— Stockton Unified School Dlfl- 

TO ASK BIDS trict Thomas H. McCandless, pur- 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS chasing agent. Administration Bldg., 

Approx. Cost, $90,000 324 N. San Joaquin St.. Stockton. 
SELMA, Fresno Co., Calif. Jefferson Specifications obtainable from the 

School, Thompson Ave. bet Sylvia : office of the purchasing agent. 

and Young. 
Six-classroom school building; frame, 

stucco, steel reinf. construction. 
Owner — Selma Elementary School 

District, P. O. Box 330, Selma. 
Architect— W. D. oCates, Helm Bldg., 

Fresno 



» • 1 2 

IWORK STARTED 

'cannery BLDGS. Cost $1,000,000 

I SACRAMENTO. Sacramento Co., CaL 

I On Franklin Blvd. opp. 42nd Ave. 

! Construction of canning plant, con- 
sisting of eight buildings <one to 

I five stories in height) of reinf. 
concrete, brick and struc. steel. 
9 Owner— Campoell Soup Co., Csimden, 

[ New Jersey. 

i Plans by Contractor. 

(Contractor — The Austin Company, 



4/10/46 ^^^ 

BIDS WANTED— TO CLOSE 
APRIL 19. 4 P. M. 

STOCK-rON^^SaT^Joaquin County, j 618 Grand Ave.. Oakland. 

^AyV-.r'^" • , A contract for temporary plumb- 

The "school district voted bonds < xh^rR caving of Weber School play- ; ing work has been awarded M. R. 
recently in amount of $65,000 to aid ^oundiBind the Lottie Grunsky Carpenter 907 Front St, Sacm- 
in financing construction. Bids will! fl°"" «,o ".^-onnfls. Imento, and for temporary electrica^ 



•22-26 — RESIDENTIAL 
BUILDINGS 

4/10/46 24 ; 

WORK UNDER WAY 

RESIDENCE 1 

MONTEREY, Monterey Co.. Calif. ! 

Construction of one-story masonry 
residence ; radiant heating. local | 
stone, shake roof. ;' 

Owner — Colonel Clear, c/o Architect, i 

Architect— C. J. Ryland, Box 847, j 
Carmel. I 

The owner awarded segregated 1 

contracts. I 



be asked about May 15. 



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4/10/46 

BOND ELECTION 
SCHOOL ADDITION Cost 
SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. 
Construction of school addition. In- 
cluding four classrooms, audi- 
torium and cafeteria. 



io^re?^to7k?on unified School Dis- iwork to Luppen & Hawley. Inc., 3126 
trictThomas H. McCandle.ss, pur- 'J St, Sacramento 
' ^ chasing agent Administration Bldg., 
324 N. San Joaquin St., Stockton. 
$36,000 ; Specifications obtainable from the 
: office of purchasing agent 



Contracts will be let this weeic 
for in excess of 60,000 c.y. mass fill 
and 25,000 c.y. concrete. 



4/10/46 . '8 

CONTRACT AWARDED 

DISPLAY ROOM Est Cost $15,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. 575 Mission St 

Alterations to existing building to 
include construction and furnishing 
of display room, asphalt tile, ply- 
wood panels, fluorescent lighting, 
display cases, etc. 

Owner — George Wagner, 575 Mission 
St.. San Francisco. 

Architect — Francis Lai Chlnn, 622 
Washlng^ton St.. San Francisco. 

Contractor — Hamill Construction Co., 
4124 Geary Blvd.. San Francisco. 



, 4/10/46 

i FUNDS AWARDED 

Owner — Robla Elementary School friGH SCHOOL BUILDING 
District. Rt 1. Del Paso Heights, j Estimated Cost $750,000 

Architect — Charles F. Dean, Califor- , j^oDESTO. Stanislaus County. Calif 



9\ 14-17— PUBUC BLDGS. 



1 5 



26 on a proposal to Issue bonds in 
the amount of $25,000 to aid In fi- 
nancing construction. 



4/10/46 • • 6 

WORK UNDERWAY 
AL^ER STORE Cost, $20,000 

SAN FRANCISCO. 4440 Mission St 
Alterations and additions to store 

building. 
Owner— Shell Drug Co., 4440 Mission. 
Architect — Alfred W. Johnson, 681 

Market Street 
Contractor — SwInerton & Walberg Co. 

225 Bush Street 



4/10/46 

FUNDS AWARDED 

„^^__._, LIBRARY BLDG. Est Cost, $27,500 

nia State Life Bldg, Sacramento. I Construction of new main high school COOUDGE, Pinal Co., Arizona. 
The school district will vote April building tmd additional facilities to Construction of public library bldg. 

include girls' g>mnaslum floor. Owner— City of Coolidge, C. W. i«w- 
swimmlng pool, new shops, remodel jg, Mayor. Coolidge, Ariz- 
existing high school classrooms. Architects — Ferguson and CaroUo, 
construct auditorium and music ^ Phoenix, Ariz. 

unit home economics vmlt and re- [ The Bureau of Community Facili- 
model and add agricultural unit jties. FWA, 2223 Fulton St. Berke- 
Owner— Modesto High School Dis- ; ley, Calif., has awarded funds in 
trict Aubrey A. Douglass, superin- amount of $1000 to assist in prep- 
tendent of schools, Modesto. 1 aralion of plans. 

Architect— Harry J. Devine, Cronan | . 

Bldg.. Sacramento. i 4/10/46 ••15 

The Bureau of Community FaclU- PREPARING WORKING 
ties Federal Works Agency. 2223 Ful- DRAWINGS 
ton' St Berkeley, Calif., awarded piRE STATION 



4/10/46 " » 

TO ASK BIDS 

HIGH SCHOOL Coat $525,000 

BARSTOW, San Bernardino County, 

Calif. First and Bigger Sts. 
Construction of high school plant 
Owner— Barstow Union High School 

District. Barstow. 
Architect— Ernest J. Kump Co., 261 

Kearny St, San Francisco. 

The bid opening date will be an- 
nounced shortly. 



PIPE 

PIPE - VALVES - FITTINGS 

Facilities for pipe bending 
and manifolds 

Write for Prices 

Pacific Pipe Co. 

160 Spear- St.. San Frsndsco 



4/10/46 2 

PREPARING PLANS 

HOLLYWOOD, Los Angeles Co.. 
Cal. — Architects Kaufmann. Llppen- 
cott & Eggers. 627 S. Carondelet St. 
Los Angeles, are preparing sketches 
for a proposal 6-stoiy and basement 
Air Terminal building to be built on 
property immediately west of B^arl 
Carroll's restaurant on Sunset Blvd.. 
Hollywood, for Radio City Realty 
Co.. Harry Bngel. president The 



4/10/46 • 9 

RECOMMENDED 

SCHOOL ADDITIONS 

Total Cost $307,500 

BERKELEY. Alameda County, Calif. 
Jefferson Elementary School, Sac- 
ramento and Rose Sts. 

Convert the present permanent unit 
into a primary school housing kin- 
derg^arten and first two grades, to- 



f unds in amount of $25,000 to assist el CERRITO, Contra Costa Co.. Cal. 

in preparation of plans. Cor. Cutting Blvd. and Scenic Ave. 

' Construction of fire station (100x100 

4/10/46 ** * ft.) (site dimensions). 

FUNDS AWARDED Owner— El Cerrito City Council, El 

SCHOOL BLDG. Est Cost $204,176 Cerrito. 

VACAVILLE. Solano County, Calif, j Architect— Paul H. Hammarberg, 2 

Construction of 16-classroom frame . Norwood Ave., Berkeley. 
and stucco elementary school build- ' 
ing to Include kindergarten, assem- 
bly room, band room. shop, library, 
clerical and administrative offices, 
gas-gumlng central heating plant 



FOR SALE 

FROM OUR SURPLUS STOCK 

I 

7000 # 1 8x1 -in. Band Iron 

@ $4.80 cwt. 

S 

45,000 %xl-%-in. Machine Bolts 

American Std. Hex. head with 

Heavy C.P. Hex. nuts @ $15.00 

per case of 800 

s 

5 Marquette A.C. Arc Welders 

275 Amps., 220 Volts. Like new 

@ $150.00 each 

§ 

Frank- Ashby, Managing Partner 

70 Cheslev St. - MArket 1230 

NATIONAL STEEL 

FABRICATORS 

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gether with a parent-educaUon, I owner — Vaca Valley Union High 



pre-school community unit Ctm- 
struction of an entirely separate 
building for higher elementary 
grades. Erection t>f a four-unit 
neighborhood primary school about 
one-fourth mile south and aaat of 
Jefferson School. 
Owner— Board of Education of the 
City of Berkeley and of Berkeley 



School District. K. P. GUnes. super- 
intendent Vacaville. 
Architect— Henry J. Devine, Cronan 
Bldg. Sacramento. 
The Bureau of Community Ffcclll- | 
Ues, Federal Works Agency, 222S Ful- 
ton St.. Berkeley. Califs awarded 
fimds In amount of $6460 to assist 
in preparation of plana. 



GAMEBSTOR & GREER LRMBER GO. 

Wholesale and Jobbinf Yards 

LUMBER - TIMBERS - TIES - RR - REDWOOD 

PONDEROSA - SUGAR PINE 

Sar. Francisco Oakland 

1S00 ARMY STREET «••« LIVINOrTON aTRBeT 

ATwatar 1800 KElleg 4-1«» 



COIfATRACTORS . . . 

See MS regarding Iraorovement Dibtrirt johf. We handle 
colletkions; buy Warrants or Bond.«* on all 1915 or 1911 Act 
Districts. Telephone GArfield 8000. 

HANNAFORD ft TALBOT 
519 CALIFORNIA STREET SAN FRANCISCO 4 



Restore Worn and Damaged Concrete 

(WITH CONCRETE) 
ON BRIDGES, ROADS. FLOORS. BUILDINGS. ETC 

loteraational Concrete Vibration Co. 

I EDMUND P. CADLE, DUtributor 

472 Twentieth St., Oakland - - Phone HI. 7288 




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ROOFING 



INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS 

COMPOSITION AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFS REPAIRED 

i ' * • • 

Estiiinates gladly submitted to General Contractors on 

j any type new Construction 

DONNELLY ROOFING CO. 

652 FULTON ST., SAN FRANCISCO - Phone WAlnut 8S36 



Cement Gun Construction Company 

GUNITE, SAND-BLASTING, CONCRETE CUTTING 
I CONTRACT or RENTALS 

Phone GArfield 7663 - 24 California St, San Francisco 



Boilers-High Pressure and Heating 

^ NEW AND REBUILT 
I AU Sizes and Types of Sted Tanks 

OCEAN SHORE IRON WORKS 

5S0 E'Rfath St. - Phone UNderhill 4310 - San Frandsea 



Cost Steel Valves and Fittings 
Forged Steel Flanges and Welding Fittings 
Pipe Fabricating and Bending 
General Machine Work of Every Type 



U. S. PIPE & MFG. CO. 

249 First Street Son Francisco EXbrook 0380 



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NEW 
MASTER GASOUNE BACKFILL TAMPER 




-Compacts Earth FiU- 
Compacts & Bonds Asphalt 

and Black Top Patches 
Compacts and Levds Sods 
-Works in Narrow Ditches- 



KERR EQUIPMENT COMPANY 



160 TENTH ST. Sn wwiraSco Ph. MArket 1651 



WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1 . 1 946 



PAILY PACIFIC BUILDFW 



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ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION REPORTS 



*/10/iQ •22 March 22 for the conatructlon of Boise. Idaho ; F. A. Banks. Super- 

PREPARING PLANS earthwork, concrete wasteways sec- j vising Engineer, Coulee Dam. Wash., 

HOTEL. tions and structures, Fletcher Gulch and Michael W. Straus. Commission- 

MONTEREY COUNTY, Calif. wasteway, Mitchell Butt Division, er, Bureau of Reclamation. Wash- 

Reconditioning of Hotel Casa Del 0\yyhee Project, Oregon-Idaho; Spec, ington 25. D. C. Prospective bidders 

1213. The work is situated about 10 desiring to visit the site of the work 
miles southeast of Nyssa, Ore.; com- should communicate with the Super- 
pletion time 30 days. {vising Engineer. 

Note : It was previously reported : ■ 

that Morrison -Knudsen Co., Boise, 4/10/46 ** 8* 



Rey, recently vacated by the Navy 
Owner— Withheld. 
Architect— C. J. Ryland, Box 847, 

Carmel. 



27— TRANSPORTATION 



THOMPSON 



McGuire & Hester, (A) |64,260, (B) 
$66,460. 

R. G. Clifford, (A) $68,170, (B) |66,- 
870. 



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40— 



STREETS AND 
HIGHWAYS 



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40 



4/10/46 

BIDS WANTED 
KERN COUNTY, Calif.—Until Apr, 



j PROJECT. Colorado.-Schmldt Con- I ^ p. M., bids will be received'b'v 
istruction Co., Kremmlmg. Colo., at _, '. r^..v,,i„ r>^«^o aj_:_._ ..' 



Idaho, submitted the low bid at $248,- LOW BIDDERS 
290. I COLORADO-BIG 

The total bids submitted were: 
4/10/46 ••271 Henry L. Horn, $177,700. j struction Co., Kremmnng. uoio , ai ■ - p^^,j^. R^ads Administration 

PLANNED ) Mr.rrison-Knudsen Co.. $248,290. '$99,000. submitted low bid to the U. S. Charles C Morris, division eneineer 

BUS TERMINAL, | McLaughlin Construction Co., Red- Bureau of Reclamation. Denver, Colo., r^„^ phelan Bldg.. San Francisco for 

Approx. Cost, $360,000 mend. Ore., $249,655. ' under Spec. 1260 for preparation of j ^obstruction of 2.736 miles Prolect 

Solano Co., Calif. So- j JJ. A. Terteling & Sons, Boise, concrete aggregates. Big Thompson, j pjj-95-B. Mount Pinn^ T^a 



'67) 269 each 19H-in. x lL8-ft metal _ ^ , c..r.«iiA« 270 Citv Hall, 

spacers. 12-eaee- J to prepare plans for the proposed , Purchaser of Supplies. -«70 «-iiy"»' 

(68) 291 ea7h 19^ i 14.0-ft metal sidewalks, cSrbs and guttejs Song under Bid No. 3632 for furnishing 
spacers, 12-gage; ! Davis Street from Preda Street to | and delivering wrought sieei ^^»^*^- 

(69) 8 each 15>4-in. x 5.2-ft metal '^e city Umlta. 
bottom spacers ; i ^~ 

(70)^5 each 15Vi-in. x 7.4-ft metal ,*^10''^6 

bottom spacers, 16-gage; I BIDS WANTED 

(71) 10 each 15Vi-in. x 9.6-ft. metal 

bottom spacers, 14-gage 



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VALLEJO, 

noma and York Streets 
Construction of enlarged bus 

miiial to include larger waiting S29&.970. 

rooms, expanded restaurant, rest i 

room and baggage facilities, etc. ' 

Owner— 'Pacific Greyhound Lines, F. | 4/10/46 



Idaho. $277,490. ' ; Meadows deposit, the Colorado-Big , p^^es National Forest. Kern Countv 

ter- ■> Vernon Bros. Co., Boise. Idaho, Thompson Project. Colorado. Work - . '■'■ 

3 situated near Etses Park, Colo. 



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W. Ackerman, vice president and; COMPLETE BIDS 

general manager. Pine and Bat-; DAVIS DAM PROJECT, Arizona- 



tci;, Street.s. San Francisco. 
Architect— Not Announced. 



Second and third low bids follow 
Millav & McBride. Denver. $103,400. 
S. S.' Magoffin & Co., Englewood, 
Colo.. $113,050. 

All bids provide for completion of 



1 Nevada.— As previously reported, the ^^ork within 150 days 

Rockwell Engineering Co., Chicago, ; 

I 111., at (Schedule 1) $2080. and Amerl- 4/10/46 ** 34 

2 7 can Bridge Co., Denver, Colo., at BIDS POSTPONED 

^Schedule 2) $53,249. submitted low KLAMATH PROJECT. Ore.-Calif. 



4/10/46 

PREPARING PLANS _ 

BUS TERMINAL Cost, $250,000 bid :t to the U. S. Bureau of Recla- _^rjj^jj j^^^j.^ 25, 10 A. M. (postponed 

SACRAMENTO, Sacramento Co., Cal. mation. Denver, Colo., under Spec f ^.^j^j April lOh bids vnU be received 

Construction of modem bus terminal. 1205 for furnishing and delivering ^^ ^^^ u. S. Bureau of Reclamation, ; ^„K.prt ninp elhmvc- 

Own* r- Pacific Greyhound Unes. F. f.o.b. cars at the shipping point or Kiamath Falls, Ore., under Spec. 1237 j *fV' „o^ ,V_ r. *;^i.^ "LL" 



The work involves 

(1) 28 acres clearing and grubbing; 

(2) 201,500 cu. yds. unclassified ex- 
cavation ; 

(3) 1260 cu. yds, unclassified exca- 
vation fo rstructure.s ; 

(4) 22,000 cu. yds. unclassified ex- 
cavation for borrow ; 

(5) 166,000 sta. yds. overhaul; 
i (6) 15,000 cu. yds. miles .special over- 
haul of borrow; 

(7) 16 cu. yds. concrete; 

(81 700 lbs.' reinforcing steel; 



OAKLAND, Alameda Co.. Calif — 
UnUl April 16, 2 P. M., bids wUl be 

(72) 16 each i5i4Vin. "x 11 8-7l metal received by the Oakland CitV Coun- 
bottom spacers 12-gage- cil. Chas. Don, City Clerk, Citty Hall. 

(73) 15 fach 15Vi-in. x 14 0-ft. metal ^"^^ P'aning existing pavements for 
bottom spacers 12-gage- I remainder of fiscal year endijag June 

(74) 58 each S^-in! x 9.5-fi. metal '30. 1948. 

stringers, stiff eners, 8-gage- Specifications obtainable ffom the 

(75) 2540 lin. fL 8% -in. metal col- above office. 1 
umns, 8-gage- — — ~~ j^ 

(76)380 lin. ft. 8S4-in. split metal ', 41 GAS, >VATER AND OIL 

columns. 8-gage; PIPE LINES 

(77) 64 each e^i-in. x 8 9/16-in. metal '^" *^i*^ 

column caps. 12-gage; 



pipe for the San Francisco Water 
Department, as follows: 

(1) 1000 fC Vi-lnci» P'P« = 

(2) 65,000 ft. \-lnch pipe; 

(3) 5000 ft. 2-inch pipe; 

(4) 200 ft. 4-inch pipe. 
Specifications obtainable from the 

above office. 



4/ 10/46 



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4/10/46 



BIOS WANTED 

OAKLAND, Alameda Co., Calif.— 

Until April 23. 2 P. M.. bids will bo 

received by the (Oakland City Coun- 

cil. Chas. Don. City Clerk. City Hall. 

i for traffic signal timers and street 

' traffic signals. 

Specifications obtainable from the 



*1 ; above office. 



1 (78) 194 each 8 9/16-in. x 9Vi-in. metal ' pir^* oar T awardpo 

' (79> S^r.h^'^fi^?«' ^'-^^^^'' , . 1 SAN ^N^IScS^ln Firancisco i 4/10/46 *» 

fLS ^^ P^^e«-; Water Department. 425 M4son SUBCONTRACT AWARDED 

rwii i^f !«;>, '>n.oo.». base mates ' ^*" ^^''^'^''°' ^* J'®*T*l-^I ^''^"^^ ' COLUMBIA BASIN PROJECT. 

oase piaies, contract by the Public Utllitiles Com- ; Washington. — General Electric Co., 



(80) 112 each 20x20-in 
1-gage ; 



I mission. Room 287 City Hall, under : Denver, Colo., at- $3895, awarded con- 



(81)66 each 24x''4 in Hajsp nlnt*.a- ' •"""**'""• '^"""^ ''°' ^"-^ ""^V' """«:»^ 1 Denver, coio., ai'^^ao, a^^»»vlcv^ x-«-- 
i.or -24x*4-m. base plates, Yy^ater Department contract No. 417 tract by the U. S. Bureau of Recla- 



1-gage 



for laying 4-inch, 6-inch anl 8-inch mation," Walker R Young, chief engl- 



Note- A bidder i« rpnnired to cnh ' ^ «».v'"K »-iuvu, «-iuv,u a^vi o-iu^m , mation, waiKer rt. xoung. cii»c* «;"•*- 
,irabi.f^nn1?n'Jiu'TriH° '^^^^ cast iron mains in Grandvl^w Ave. Uecr, Denver, Colo., under Spec. Na 



^ni 1^^ ?"" °°^ alternate and niav, ^^^^ Grandvlew Terrace. 
but is not required to, submit bids 



(9 J 2872 lin. ft. C.G.S^iL culvert pipe; , on all alternates. 

Specifications obtainable from the 



I Works Bldg.. Sacramento. 



W. Ackerman, vice president and fob. cars at Louise, Ariz, three gate f^^ construction of earthwork and 1 ^"' ^^^ ""^ \^ " . ^^^^'"^^^^^ ™etal | ^ Higmvay Engineer, Public 

general manager. Pine and Bat- . frames and anchorages for the 50x50- structures, canals and drains, "N" I ,_, ^^ ^^ ?"^„„ 'i^ipx^ . 
tery Streets, San Francisco. ' ft. spillway regulating gates for the ^^^^1 system, Modoc Unit. Tule Lake • J^ J| ^^^" ^;"P ^" ' 

Architect-W. D. Pcugh. 333 Mont- , Davis Dam. Davis Dam Project. Arl- j,,,,,^^^ Klamath Project. Orego"- | 3 M V^^^^^m^^^^^^ 

ICalifornia. The work is situated near, , , „„^^^T,n„a. ' 1 PLANNED 



1155 for furnishing and delivering 

I radio telephone apparatus and mis- 

•• 41 j cellaneous accessory apparatus for 

installation at Grand Coulee Dam. 



gomcry St., San Francisco. 



zt-rn-Npvada. 



The bids were: 
2 7 , Rockwell Engineer Co., Chicago, 
; f.o.b. Chicago, (1) $2080; net 



4/10/46 

PREPARING PLANS 

REMODEL BUS TERMINAL 

Cost, $95,000 Ch 

FRESNO, Fre.sno County, Calif. \ American Bridge Co., Denver, Colo., 

Remodel bus terminal. f.o.b. Gary, Ind.. (1) $3190, (2) $53,- 

Owner— Pacific Greyhound Lines, F. 249; total, $56,439; net. 
W. Ackerman, vice president and Schmitt Steel. PortlaJid, Ore., f.o.b 
general manager. Pine and Bat- ; Portland, (1) $2540, (2) $55,200; total 
tery .Streets, San Francisco. j. $57,740; combination. $57,240; net. 

Architect— W. D. Peugh. 333 Mont- ; Lakeside Bridge & Steel. Milwau 
gomery St., San Francisco, 



^°:^: _ 14/10/46 

' California 
Tulelake. Siskiyou County. Calif. j ^^^^ concrete maintenance I f.;,"; 

No charge to prospective bidders, ^^^u^rnosts: ^^^1 Calif. , „ . - ^ 

' the improvement of Hudson Street : 43rd Ave. and Wawona St 
on Ave. to Woodside l The work involves : 
tiou No. 299. . Hearing 



.o.b. Chicago, (1) $2080; net. ^ for copies of specifications and draw- 1 o , iaob timber mlvprt tt,o..i,«,.». ^-^^ improvem 

Kelly Steel Works, Chicago, f.o.b. j '^o others, $2. per copy, not re- ! |« ?i»^p^^h th^ber^ S \Stf ? ' ' ^'"^"^ J'^"^^^' 

rhicago. (1) $2320; 1^% 10 days. iturnable ; (17) 109 each timber guide posts. I Road. Resolu 

'^ . .^ . , .4. ...^ ^_i_ 'turnauie. Cnof ifirntinns obtam«hlf» fmm *\,a\ . . . .. 



4/10/46 

BIDS OPENED 

S-VN FRANCISCO.—Fred 1|. Fairey, Columbia Basin Project, Washington, 
1 1874 25th Ave.. San Francjisco. at , j q t*. shipping point and/or Almlra, 
; $8243.45, submitted low bid] to the vV'ash. All of the apparatus will be 
4 i Public Utilities Commissior), Room installed bv the government. 

'li87 City Hall, under Water i Depart- " * . 

REDWOOD CITY. San Mateo Co.. \ ment Contract No. 419 for laviing 6-in. 4/10/46 ••42 

'''* ^"ity of Redwood City plans and 8-in. cast iron mains in 44nd Ave., j biqs WANTED 



4/10/46 

BIDS OPENED 

BREMERTON, Wash —The General 
Con.struction Co.. 3840 Iowa St., Se- 
attle, at $733,100, submitted low bid 



Specifications obtainable from the of protet^ts is scheduled for April 15 
•• 34 ' above office upon deposit of $10. ^ 



1 4/10/46 •• 40 

BIDS WANTED 
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, 



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4/10/46 
PREPARING PLANS 
BUS TERMINAL AND SHOPS 
SAN FRANCISCO, 7th St. between 
Mi.'ision and Market Sts., and prop- 



,„„ to he I^|;t Sound Navy Yard. Pub- i Calif.-Until May 9, 2PM bids will 
Yo'-^7'l-^'''.\T'^^^rJ^^ *'' • ''"^ Works Office. Bremerton, Wash., ^« r^ce'ved by the^ Sta^ 
.(2) $57,447; total, $61,430; net. _ ^^^^^ gp^c. 17432 for dredging for ; Highua>s a T^McCo> state high- , ^^74 for the ^ 



(l> 2610 lin. ft. excavation aihd back- 
fill; 

i (4a) 2180 lin. ft .install 6-in. jbcU and 

4/10/46 •• 40' spigot cast iron pipe; 

BIDS WANTED i (4b) 430 lin. ft. Install 8-in. ido; 

BOULDER CANYON PROJECT.— ; (5» 3000 lbs. install fittingsi valves. 
Until Ajiril 25, 10 A. M., bids will be etc.; 

received bv the U. S. Bureau of Rec- ; (6a) 300 lin. ft. make bell ai^ spigot 

joints ; 



,.. ' way engineer. State Bldg., Los An- 



construction of street' (7) 450 sq. ft. street repave^ent; 



SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 24. 
2-P Mj. bids will be received by the 
U S Treasury Dept., Empire Hotel 
Bldg.. 100 McAllister St.. 18th floor, 
under Inv. SF-2926-4 for cotton rope, 
fob San Francisco. 



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4/10/46 

BIDS WANTED 

SAN FltANClSCO.— Until April 19, 
3 P. M., bids will be received by the 
Purchaser of Supplies. 270 City Hall. 



Consolidated Steel Corp., Lo3_ An- facilities for inactive vessels at Brem- j ^^ay^^^^^K^^;-^^^^^ and'^ut-' 1 (?> 130 each install »^- in. .scijevN' taps; j 'u.-u;,: ^Bd "No. '3526 for furnishing 



geles, f.o.b. Los Angeles, (1) $3797, 
(2) $68,269; total, $72,066; net 

Koppers Co.. Bartlett-Hayward Di- 
vision, Baltimore, Md., f.o.b. Balti- 



ton Navy Yard. _ , . ' ^urfacine with plant mixed surflein^ ^ers and the drainage box and drain- ! <9> 3340 lin. ft install %-lnl service I ^nd deliver 

Puget Sound Bridge & Dredging ^^'i^^^'^ftructinn brX^^ ^itch for the Coachella govern- I pip*: | San Franci; 

X. Harbor Island, at $796,600, sub- and constructmg a ^0^^^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^ addition, the !< 10 > estimated field inspec.lon per specificat 



erty bordered by 7th. 8th, Irwin more. (1) $4350. (2) $68,800; combina- 
and Hooper Sts. ! tion. $73,000; net. 

Construction of new four-story bus j 

terminal (cost $950,000) on the site 



Co 

mitted onlv other bid 



34 



of present terminal and new main- 
tenance shops (cost $850,000) on 
recently acquired property bounded 
by 7th, 8th, Irwin and Hooper Sts. 
Owner — Pacific Greyhound Lines, F. 



4/10/46 

■CONTRACT AWARDED 

4/10/46 ••34^ LOS ANGELES, Calif. — E. B. 

BIDS WANTED Bishop, Box 325, Orland, Calif., and 

GRAND COULEE PROJ.. Wash.— P. O. Box 1811. Long Beach, at $759,- 
Until May 10, 10 A. M., bids will be 613.70. awarded contract by the U. S. 



received by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- Engineer Office, 751 S. Figueora St., ; 
W^rckrrl^ian'VYct^p'esid'enrkn'd lamation. Coulee Dam. Wash., under ! Lo.s Angeles. April 5 for construction '■ 
General mTnaeer Pine SdBatt^v ^pec. 1231 for construction of South of Los Angeles River improvements; I 
general manager, Pine and Batterj ^i^^^^^ ^^^ Columbia Basin Proj- N. Broadway to Alhambra Ave., river , 

Architect-W D Peueh 333 Mont- i ect, Wa.sh. Work is situated near mile 23.5 to river mile 22.9, Los An- 
Aicbitect v\. D. peugh, 333 Mont- ' ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ Grand Couloe. im- geles; Serial 148. Bids were received i 



: City Creek bridge. San Bernardino highway surfacing and construction 

rountv "^ oil-mix ditches for the Mecca- 

The work involves* 1 Blythe road relocation. Ail-American 

(1) 350 cu. yds. remove concrete; ] Canal System. Boulder Canyon Proj- 

' (2^ 42 acres clearing and grubbing; ' ^'^^' Arizona- California-Nevada The 

(3t 486,000 cu. yds. roadway excava- 'government camp is situated near 

4.j„n ■ i the town of Coachella, Calif., and the 

, (4) 5000* cu. yds. ditch and channel '-ad relocation which is Jo besur- . ?0.35, (8) $1, (9) $0.29. (10) ^ days;.> 

! excavation ; 



calendar day, $10.75. 
(A) material furnished and services 
rendered by S. F. W^ter De- 
partment, $4151.30. I 
Complete bids follow : 



ering lounge furniture for 
ancisco Airport. 

ions obtainable from the 
above office. 



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4/10/46 

BIDS OPENED „ ^ 

SAN FRANCISCO— The follo>\-lng 



Fred T. Fairey, (1) $0.54, (-a) $0.23. i -"— *,*V7: ~r~ ;*,-> ctot* Phirchas 
rhe town of CoVchella, Calif, and the (4b) $0.30, (5) $0.05. (6a) |^.90, (7) i ^''^•^'^'"^d H!^f_i<i.VL*;. ... ^ 



gomery St., San Francisco. 



; mediately northwest of Coulee City. March 13. Warren-Southwest, Inc., ) 



(5) 16,500 cu. yds. structural excava- 
tion ; 

(6) 7,170,000 sta. yds. overhaul; 

(7) 40 tons straw slope erosion pro- 
tection; 



An estimated 1,500.000 c.y of earth has been awarded the sub-contract! (8) 4000 lbs. peed slope erosion pro- 



1 for pile driving. 



Engineering Section 



PLAYGROUNDS 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as follows: 
Water Supply and Sewage 

Disposal Plants 31-32 

Bridges _ _... 33 

Dams, Reservoirs and 

Dredging 34 

Docks, Piers & Harbors...-. 3& 
Parl<s, Airports and 

Playgrounds _ 36 

Railroads, Subways and 

Tunnels _ 37 

Electric Lighting and 

Transmission Lines 38 

Sewers . 39 

Streets and Hlgh>Mays 40 

Gas, Water and Oil Pipe 

Lines 41 



' and rock fill will be used in the con 

i struction of the dam, which will 

! have a height of 60 feet and a crest 

; length of approx. 10.000 feet. In- 
cluded will be a main canal approach 

i and appurtenant control structures. 

; South Caulee dam. together with 
North Coulee dam to be constructed 
later, will form barriers 27 miles 

apart at their respective ends of ALBANY. Alameda County. Calif. 
Grand Coulee to create an equaliz- ^^^^^^^^^^.^^ ^^ Memorial Park and 
ing reservoir, with an active stor- rp playground, lighting, etc. 

age capacity of 700.000 acre-feet of owner-City of Albany. City Hall. 



tection ; 
(9> 4600 cu. yds. rock .slope protec- 
, — '■ tion; 

36 PARKS, AIRPORTS & 1 ^^^> develop water suppl yand fur- 

I . nish water equipment; 

1 di') 13.500 M gallons apply water; 

(12) 171 sta. finish roadway; 



4/10/46 

BONDS DEFEATED 

PARKS 



2 € , (13) 99,000 lin. ft. brush mats erosion 



Cost. $45,000 



water. Constr\iction is expected to 
start this summer, with completion 
scheduled in mid-1949. 
Work involves: 

(1) 50,000 c.y. excav.. stripping bor- 
row pits; 

(2) 130.000 c.y. common excav. for 
foundation of dam; 

(3) 6.000 c.y. rock excav. for do; 

(4) 5,500 c.y. rock excav.. for foot 



protection ; 

(14) 28,000 lin. ft. wire brush mats 
erosion protection ; 

(15) 500 tons paving asphalt plant- 
mix surfacing; 

(16) 10.000 tons minimum aggregate 



The City of Albany defeated bonds . plant-mix surfacing; 

in amount of $456,000. proceeds of ! (jy) 140 Un. ft. raised bars plant- 
which would have included financing; jj^jj^ surfacing; 

of above work. I ^■^) 35 tons asphaitlc emulsion seal 

coat; 

(19) 500 tons screenings seal coat; 

(20) 2065 cu. yds. class A portland 
cement concrete structures; 

(21) 213 cu. yds. class A portlemd 
cement concrete arch ribs ; 



faced under these specifications is total, $8243.45. 

located about 17 miles southeast. ^an Francisco Water Depjartment, 

The principal items of work and <1' $0-60, (4a) $0.25, (4b) $^.30, (5) 
the estimated quantities involved are ^0^4, (6a) $0.70, (7) $0.35, (8^ $1, (9) 
as follows: I^^^-^O- ^^0) 35 days; total, $83$7.05. 

(1) 1350 cu. yds. excavation for 
streets ; 



(2) 200 cu. yds. excavation In bor- 
rovc pits ; 

(3) 1000 sta. cu. yds. overhaul; 

(4) compacting 25 cu. yds. fills; 

(5) raining 5 manholes to gprade; 

(6) 3 cu. yds. concrete in drainage 
box; 



i 4/10/46 

I BIDS WANTED 

OAKLAND, Alameda Co..' Calif.— 
1 Until April 23, 2 P. M.. bids^ will be 
1 received by the Oakland City Coun- 
■cll, Chas. Don. City Clerk. CJity Hall, 
for construction of conduit ivlth ap- 
purtenances on Novelda dr.. Aca- 
(7) 625 Hn. ft. concrete in sidewalks ; I ^^^^'f »'•.. Robledo Dl^ and ladjacent 

(9) 500 lin. ft^ concrete In combined P^y^^'Jg^^^^J^^ obtainable' from the 
gutter and curb; i above office 

(10) 10 sq. yds. dry-rock paving; janove oiuce. 

(11) furnishing and placing 2600 cu. 1^ ^.^g •• ^ 
yds., gravel or crushed rock for'^^^^j^^^^ AWARDED 



4 1 



ng Agent. Sacramento, for materials 
as follows: 
QUO. 45264. REQ. 76476: 

American Bitumuls Co.. $.0875. 

Petrol Corp., $.08; awarded. 
QUO. 45028. REQ. A111425: 

Economy Asphalt Co.. $19.60 per 
ton; awarded. 

(CouUnupd on Page Four) 



: 4/10/46 ♦•36 

BONDS DEFEATED 
', PLAYGROUND Cost. $35,000 

'ALBANY, Alameda Co., Calif. West 
I of San Pablo Avenue. 1 



ings of concrete cut-of f wall^^^ . ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ playground and j ,22) ^42 »«: fr^^^te^^miUng; 



31-32— WATER SUPPLY & 

SEWAGE DISPOSAL 

PLANTS 



(5) 165,000 c.y. common excav. .^. , recreation center 
approach channel and main ca- Q^-ner— City of Albany. City Hall. 
JiaJ; .e .j^. I The City of Albany defeated bonds 

(6) 530,000 c.y. rock excav. for do j^^ amount of $456,000. proceeds of 

(7) 3.000 c.y. conimon excav. tor ^^^^^ ^^^^j^ ^^^^ included financing 
canal headworks structure; l^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

(8> 85,000 c.y. rock excav. for do; 

(9) 1,000 c.y. common excav. for 



3 8 



(23) 4500 lbs. miscenaneous iron and 

i steel ; 

I (24) 226 cu. yda class A portland 
cement concrete curbs and gut- 
ters ; 

{(25) 113 each monuments; 

' (26) 5120 lin. ft. metal plate guard 



railing ; 



4/10/46 

BIDS WANTED | 

SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 23, 1 



drainage channels and concrete ^"^g/Jg''^^ 

culvert; 1 mUROC, Kern Co.. Calif . -Drury ' ^J J 30 each guide posts 

rock excav. for do; xriprtr r Co P„iipr Bide- <5nn Rpr ' ^^^^ ^^ ®*^^ culvert marKers, 

,j^ , l!.lectr c Co. *\iller Bldg ban Ber- ^gg) 0.9 mile new fences: 

nardirio, at $14,197 submitted low bid g^^ g^ ,j„ ^^ gQ.jn. reinforced con 

and transportation to dam em- *« ^. S. Di.strict Engineer Office 751 j ^^^^^ j extra strength; 

ana iranspona. g Figueroa St.. Los Angeles. April, gj ^g^ ^ij[ ^t. 36- in. reinforced con 

excav. in ^' .^«^ *^^ modification of a 33,000- ^^^ j extra strength; 



, (10) 4,000 c.y 

1 (11) 120,000 c.y. common excav 

• • 3 1 i east Coulee City borrow area 



ban km en t ; 



common 



3 P. M.. bids will be received by the (12) 150.000 c.y. vw.w.wv... ^^ — , j.„:„n_.^. ,;_„ y,,. f.nn<5triiptino- * i • • .« , . ^ .. 

west Coulee City borrow area ^"'^ P^ "^^^^ lV"l.''v?,.r"fo'r''"!.* ' ^32) 106 lin. ft. 48-in. reinforced con- 



Public Utilities Commission. Rm. 287, 
City Hall, under Spec. 420 for paint- j 
ing of Forest Hill steel tank. 



Fo". rnd .7an,po'rtation to dam P'trr'f,! '^^l^^^'^ij^ ^ -.., pipe, extra strength; 



embankment ; 



miscellaneous appurtenant work at ^33^ g,Q lin. ftl 12-in. CMP. 16.gage; 



base course and shoulders ; 



SAN FRANCISCO— Fred T. Fairey, 



IpeclficaUonrobtainablrfrom the ^ (13) 475 (^c.v common excav. in f^rmtl'^evt'"''"'^' ^"'"'= ^""'^' ! ^^li 46^ lin'. ft. 18-in. CMp! 16-iaie; ' Bldg., Boulder City, Ney. ; J. K Roh 



(12) 70 M gallons watering base ; ^^^^ 25th Ave.. San Francisco ,at 
course and shoulders; ,„«« $5647.15, awarded contract by the 

(13) furnishing and applying 4800 p^^j^^ Utilities Commission, Room 
gallons of asphaitlc material for ^ 237 ^ty Hall, under Wateit Depart- 
prlme coat; ment contract No. 418 for laying 6- 

(14) furnishing and placing 1000 cu. j ^^ g_.^^j^ ^^^^ j^on mains in Quln- 
ydB. gravel or crushed rock for , ^^^^ g^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

surface course: 

(15) furnishing and applying 19.000 j 

fSa"ce couS?;^''*' '^'"'"'^' '°' 1 42— MISC. SUPPLIES AND 

(16) mixing, finishing and rolling 15.- | MATERIALS 

6(X> sq. yds. surface course ; 

(17) furnishing and applying 2800 j 4/10/46 ••42 
gallons of asphaitlc material for, bids WANTED 

seal coat; I sAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 22, 

(18) furnishing and applying 55 cu. {3 p m.. bids will be recelv^ by the 
yds. sand for seal coat; 1 

(19) constructing 80 lin. ft. of oil- f 
mix ditches. 

Copies of the standard forms and 
of the specifications may be obtained 
from the following offices of the 
Bureau of Reclamation : Walker R. 
Young, chief engineer, U. S. Custom 
House. Denver 2. Colo. ; E. A. Moritz, 
regional director. Administration 



John D. McLaughlin 

AND ASSOCIATES 

CONSULTING FJ.FXTRICAL 

ENGINEERS 

1641 RUSS BLDG.— EXbrook 5712 

920 Junipera Serra — DE 10197 



FOR SALE 
NEW ROSCO 

TAR KETTLES 

on pneumatic tired wheels 
110- and 165-gallon from 
STOCK 

STANDARD MCHY. CO. 

112 Market Street, San Francisco 
EXbrook 8845 



cashier's office. 6th floor, 425 Mason 
St. ; no deposit required. 



west Coulee City borrow area 
No. 2 and transportation to dam 
embankment ; 



• • 3l|(14) ,')30.()00 c.y. earth fill in em- 



4/10/46 

BIDS WANTED ' bankment ; 

SAN FR^\NCISCO.— Until April 23, i (15) tamping or puddling 20,000 c.y. 
3 P. M., bid.s will be received bv the ! of earth fill; 

Public Utilities Commission, Rm". 287. • (16) 105,000 c.y. of sluiced sand and 
City Hall, under Spec. 409 for con- [ gravel fill in embankment; 

struction of chlorinating plant build- I (17) 920,000 c.y. rock fill in e 
ing at University Mound Reserwiir. ; bankment; 

Specifications obtainable from the (18) 300 c.y. backfill, 
cashier's office. 6th floor, 425 Mason ' (19) constructing 100 If. .6-in. diam.. 



155. Bids were: 

Drurv Electric Co., $14,197. 
J. L. Wilson, $14,655. 
Newber>' Electric Co., $15,417. 



i(35» 1670 lin. ft. 24-in. CMP. 14-gage; ; rer. acting construction engineer. 
1(36) 480 lin. ft. 24-in. CMP, 12-gage; 1 Yuma. Ariz., and Michael W. Straus, 



86 



em- 



! (37> 204 lin. ft. 30-in. CMP, 10-gage; 

' (38) 110 lin. ft. 36-in. CMP. 12-gage; 

'<39) 136 lin. ft. 36-in. CMP. 10-gage; 

; (40) 146 lin. ft. 42-in. CMP, 12-gage; 

(41) 120 lin. ft. 42-in. CMP, 10-gage; 

(42 > 226 lin. ft. 42-in. CMP, 8-gage; 

(43) 142 lin. ft. 48-in. CMP. 10-gage; 

(44) 244 lin. ft. 48-ln. CMP. 8-gage; 



UNITED MATERL\LS & RICHMOND BRICK CO., Ltd. 

Manufacturers of i 

Wire Cut. Repressed pav- DDIfy """o*" Build- 
ing, Acid Resisting, Face, £)I\|1/IV '"'f* Partition 
Fire Clay, and Fire . . . ^"'^ ^"ifU ■ • 

Office and Plant— POINT RICHMOND 
Phone Richmond 226 



TILE 



4/10/46 

BIDS OPENED 

SAN BRUNO, San Mateo Co.. Calif. 
— Huettig & Schromm. 278 Santa Mar- 
garita Ave., Palo Alto, at $14,345. sub- 
mitted low bid to the U. S. Engineer , (45^ ^^ ,j^ ^^ g^.j^ 12-gage; j 

giSs^c'sr;; ^s::Zni'er%f. -?; if, z k- ^^ ?^' "^ r^iT^r^Eo 

St. 6th floor. u_poi^posit of $5.00. ; -e^pipe dr ins .ith^^^^^ i (48) ^^^J^S-^n. CMP. 16.gage 1 .... M. 

: ) g^vei ' Airport San Bruno , ,49^ joS lin. ft. 36-in. part circle re- 

34— DAMS, RESERVOIRS & (20) constructing 3^ l-'?\l-l^ X '■■ HTeSiT& iolroZ;, $14,345. (1) ' 1?^^^^^^^,^^ ^°?"'Jh ''°^ '''^'""' 

' rxi-kT^rx4-«vm.TrM i21 ) Constructing 650 l.f. or l^-in. ao , _.„_„- ^ tiAnRARn (^^ M ?n ' stanaara sirengtn , 

. DREDGING , (22) laymg 200 l.f. 18-in. diam, con- ^^^2^'^f^,;.^;,^^i5-«r^,^ ^..1'':, Niles. ' '''' ^^ """ "" *'•'''■ ^"^ ^'^^'^ - 



commis.sioner. Bureau of Reclama- 
tion, Washington 25. D. C. Prospec- 
tive bidders desiring to visit the site 
of the Mork should communicate with 
the acting construction engineer. No 
charge for specifications to prospec- 
tive bidders; to others, $1.50, not re- 
turnable. 



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r2.) 'dHlln^eVoio ir'grout'To es $15J57. (1) $140. (2)%15.400, (3) $4.20.1 
i^''\tsf?h^an''3rft.'deerwUhper- ^ J. W^Brem $22^21.30. <1) $199.80. : ,5,, 



4/10/46 
TOTAL BIDS 

OWYHEE PROJECT, Oregon-Idaho I cussion drills ; 

— Henr\- L,. Horn, Caldwell, Idaho, at i (24) drilling 10.000 If. grout holes m 
$177,700, submitted the low bid to the i stage bet. depths of ft. and 35 

Bureau of Reclamation, Reclamation I ft. ; 

Bldg., Fair Grounds, Boise, Idaho, ' (25) drilling 8.000 If. grout holes in 

stage bet. depths of 35 and 60 ft ; 



(2) $21,981.50, (3) $4. 



CMP. 16-gage] SAN MATEO. San Mateo Co.. Cal. 
— City of San Mateo plans the im- 
provement of 41st. 42nd, 43rd and 
44th Avenues, Woodruff Ave.. Olym- 
pic Ave., Beresford St.. Hillbam 
Court. Edison St., Camden Avenue, 
inforced concrete slope drains, i Greenfield Ave., etc., under Resolu- 
standard strength ; " j tion 46-5. Hearing of pre tests is 

402.500 lbs. furnish bar reinforc- I scheduled for April 15. 



STEELFORMS 

STEELTUBE CONSTRUCTION TOWERS 
HEAVY DUTY SWINGING SCAFFOLDS 

STEELFORM CONTRAQING CO, 

we Harrison St. , DO 5583 Sai 




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%^-'-* tf- -^t- 



WANTED 

FOR SALE * FOR RENT 

USED EQUIPMF.NT 
AND MATERIALS 



irg .^leel : 

(52) 402,500 lbs. place bar reinforcing 
steel ; 

(53) miscellaneous Items of work. 
Alternative Cribbing Items 

Alternative A — Reinforced Concrete 
Cribbing 

(54) 410 each 8x5x6 ft. reinforced con- 
crete headers ; 

(55) 2900 each 10-in. x 5-in. x 6-ft. 
reinforced concrete headers; 

(56) 1600 each 6-in. x 6-in. x ' 6-ft 
reinforced concrete stretchers; 



(26) drilling 4,000 l.f. grout holes m 4/10/46 

stage bet depths of 60 and no TOTAL BIDS ^ « ,., 

aiage ucu u f ^ SANTA ROSA, Sonoma Co., Calif. 

^27) Dlaclne 17 000 lbs. of grout pipe — Bechtel Bros.-McCone, 220 Bush St. 
i and fittines^ San Francisco, at $218,203.06 (all 

' r28) toooo cv pressure grouting; clay). $206,809.55 (all concrete), sub- 

> (28) 15^ J y pressure grouting mitted low bid to the Santa Rosa 

; ^viih packers: ^ity Council, city clerk. City Hall, j (57^ 1500 each 8-in. x 6-in. x 6-ft re - 

(30) 6 500 cy concrete In footings of Santa Rosa, for construction of 8.5 ^ inforced concrete stretchers- 

j embankment cut-off wall; miles sanitary' trunk sewers. Plans | (53^ 2100 each 10-in. x 6-in. x '6-ft 

'(31)3 000 c.y. concrete in embank- by City Engineer Walter Adams, City reinforced concrete stretchers; 

i ment cut-off wall, except foot- Hall. Santa Rosa. j (59) 400 each 10-ln. x 6-ln. x lO-'ln. 

ingg. Other bids were: j concrete filler blocks. 

' (22) 670o'cy concrete in canal head- Steve P. Rados. Los Angeles. $221,- Alternative B— Metal Cribblna 

! work structure; 14^35 all clay: $207,007.70 all con- | ^go) 774 each 16-in. x 9.5-ft metal 

1(33)3.200 cy. concrete In parapet crete. .„,.«„«,, i stringers, 16-gage ; 

wall- A. E. Downer, Stockton, $254,036.15; I fgi^ 36g each 16-in. x 9.5-ft metal 

' (34) 45 cy. concrete In culvert, and $233,687.30. , stringers. 14-gage ; 

! pipe-crossing support piers, col- John Pestana. Oakland. $282,685.77; ^g2) 382 each 16-ln. x 9.5-ft metal 

I lars and headwalls; ,$270,491.22. „ ^ __,* I stringers. 12-gage ; 

i (35) placing 1,900,000 lbs. reinf. bars; Freethy-Fogelberg Co.. El Cerrlto, 1 (g3> 74 each 16-in. x 9.5-ft metal 

(36) Installing 270,000 lbs. of radial $295,872.70; $289,307.45. { stringers. 10-gage; 
gates; Stolte. Inc. Oakland, $312,224.18; I ^64) 28 each 19V^-in. x 5.2-ft metal 

(37) instaliing 60,000 lbs. radial ga*e $298,643.90. « , 1 spacers. 16-gage; 
i hoists : Underground Construction Co.. Oak- [ (gg) 123 each 19%-ln. x 7.4-ft. metal 
! (38) Installing 57,000 lbs. of stop-log ' land, $313,501.05; $301,291.15. i spacers, 16-gage; 

guides; ! Bebek & Brklch, Los Angeles, $342,- (gg) 93 each 19% -In. x 9.6-ft metal 

■■ ' * ^ "-o^^ .»..<, ^n/x rir spacers. 14-gage; 



4/10/46 

TO PREPARE PLANS 

SAN LEANDRO, Alameda Co., Cal. 
—The City of San Leandro has au- 
thorized City Engineer C. P. Martin 






FOR SALE 
NEW & RECONDITIONED 

DIMENSION LUMBER j ^-^ ^lS"es"r" '" " ": Bebek & Brklch, Los Angeles, $342. 

TIMBERS, wallboards, plombinK. ! (39) installing 1.200 lbs- pipe hand- 648.05: $318,720.55 
pipe, millwork, and other building ' ^^ ^ ,^ ^. 



rails and ladder rungs; 



V. C. K. Construction Co., Los An- 




materia's. SALE PRICES. Large ' (40) installing 2,500 lbs. of metal geles. $488,603.49; $475,429.20. 

stocks of "hard to Ret** items. doors, metal-sash windows, and 

Wire, write, or 'phone "^^tal frames and gratings: 

(41) installing 13.150 lbs. of 18-in 



NOISE 

lEOUCnON 
AND 

CAii [ 5050 1 coSfoi 

12 X 12 X Vz', %; and %-ln. 

NOW AVAILABLE IN 

LOCAL STOCK 

ACbuSTJ<fAt CONTRACrORS, 

& a^omsERS 

L. D. Reader Co 

109 SACCAMIMfO 



INSULATION 



BATTS . BLANKET & BLOWN TYPES 

SUPPLIERS & APPLICATORS 

FOR GOOD INSULATION CALL US 

« L. H. CLAWSON CO. 

Insulators for the Pacific Coast Telephone KEII09 2-3688 



1650 MacARTHUR 



OAKLAND 1, CALIF. 



STUCCO 



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CLEVF.LAND WRECKING CO. 
2900 Tliird St. - VAIenda 4977 



4/10/46 

BIOS OPENED 

OAKLAND. Alameda Co.. Calif.— 
Gallagher & Burk, 900 73rd Ava, Oak- 
land, at $49,508.40 on Prop. B. sub- 
mitted low bid to the Oakland City 
(44) InstalUng 1.500 l.f. electrical met- Council. City Hall, Oakland, for con- j 
al conduit 1^-ln. or less in dl- struction of a culvert with appurte- 
ameter; nances in portions of E St. and a 



diam. pipe crossing ; 

(42) 12.000 c.y. road surfacing; 

(43) constructing 11.000 l.f. of high- 
way guard rail ; 



FOR RENT 

LITMBER HANDLING EQUIP- _ 

TOUCKS. ''c'S'^rPacff^c^ciSS 1 <«^ ^^-^^-S H-OOO l.f. of do larger HgM. of :;var;beyween southwestern 
Oakland. KE 4-1651. I 



FOR SALE 



CONTRACTORS' SURPLUS 
EQUIPMENT 
TRUCK CRANE. PAH TRENCH- 
ER. COMPRESSORS, two 30 CATS 
LOGGING DOLLY, GAS TRUCK, 
PLASTER MIXER, etc McGuIre A 
He«t«r, 796— 66th Avenue, Oakland; 
•Phone TRInldad 7676. 



than lH->n. and not larger than termination of 100th Ave. and West' 
1 3-ln. in diameter; em Pacific Railroad Co. rlght-of- 

! (46) installing lOO lbs. ground wires, way. 

i No charge to prospective bidders j Gallagher & Burk, (B) $49,508.40. 
1 for copies of the specifications and j pt-edrlckson & Wataon Construction 
( drawings ; to others, $3.50 per copy, , co.. (A) $514iiO. 
not returnable. Fred J. Early Jr., (A) $54,575, (B) 

Copies of the standard forms and ^9,725. 
■ of the specifications may be obtained 1 john Pestana, (A) $55,065.70. 
. from the following offices j)f the Bu- [ j. Henr>' Harris, (A) $56,030.05. 

Erickaon, Phillips A Welsman, (A) 



Associated Wood Products Co. 

Fabricators and Erectors of 
TIMBER TRUSSES 

Berkeley 8317 1335 SIXTH ST., Berkeley 2, 



R. 



reau of Reclamation: Walker 

Young. Chief Engineer, U. S. Cus- 

. tomhouse. Denver 2. Colo.; R- J. 

(to 4/12/46) Newell. Regional Director, P. O. Boat 

937. ReclamaUon Bldg., Fairgrounds, 



$58,500, (B) $56,405. 

E. J. Tobln, (A) $58,000. 
M. A K. Corp.. (A) $64,260, (B) $58,- 
058.75. 



Safely FINLENITE Tread 

Steps, Nonnir,, PUtfomu, Sidewalk Boxes 

AU Types Grey Iron Castings 

SAN FRANCISCO IRON FOUNDRY 

(SAN FRANCISCO IRON WORKS) 
260 TOWNSEND STREET Pbjac DOagUs 1175 




More Yards Per Sock • Spreads iasler • loss Sfirinfcogo 
PACIFIC PORYLAND CEMENT COMPANY 



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PAILY PACIFIC BUILRER 






WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10. 1944 



ino Pemiitts, Contracts Recordedf Noticets 

^^^ ^ ■ - - — • ■ — 



BUILDING PERMITS 

Applicatioas 



DWELLING, 3-room rusttc, wood 
S| shingle, $3000; 1718 X St; owner, 
j R H Sothren, 1716 X St; contrac- 
tor, Mike Furtado. 
SCALE Pit, concrete, $1500; 1401 C 
' St; owner and builder, F H Wood- 
j ruff & Son, Inc. 

'duplex, frame and rustic, wood 
^\ shingle, $11,000; 1808 Discovery 
Way; owner and builder, Frank J 
Dolinar, 1816 Discovery Way. 



578 Weldon St; owner, James; deal- I owner and contm^tor Foster & Kiel- ; received by the U. S. Bureau of Rec- 4/10/46 ^.^^^ 
.er, Atlaa Heat & Vent Co; central ser Cor? ouUeTsT fwUch; 3 fix- lamation. Custom »<>"««' Ti^^^r, BIDS WANTED 



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DWELLING (1 -story frame), $7600; ' 

S Murray 54 E Mission ; owner, V i 

D Scully, 22 Murray ; not let ; archi- j 

tect, B K Dobkowltz, 425 Monterey I 

Blvd. ! — — 

DWELLING (l-atory frame), $6000; ADDN to cotUge, $1100; 618 30th; 



•• 48 4/10/46 

I BIDS OPENED 

furnace. Itures. ' """'' * ° I Colo . under Spec. 1288 for furnishing REiNO. Washoe Co., Nev. — Until LOS GATOS, Santa Clara Co., CWlf. 

3334 Rubin Dr; owner, WUaon: 36719 SW Fa=t iifh «nd 2nd Ave- and deUverine f.o.b. cars at the ship- May 6, 10 A. M., bids wlU be received —The foUowlng submlued bid* to the 

dealer. Nelson; central furnace. ',' owner an^ ^tr^^Sr FoSer ^d I jrng ^int of r^ cars at Bouldfr by the Waahoe County Board of Com- State Divlsiun of Highways. J. R 

2006 E 15th St; owner. Johnston ;! Kleiser Co 9 ouuS 1 switch; 9 i City, Nev., at the opUon of the bid- missioners, E. It Beemer, clerk. Skeggs. district engineer, aooi Van 

.„!.- A*u.„ «— *. TT^.,* ^_. fixtures. outiew, b der one 69 000-volt. 600-ampere. 3- Courthouse. Reno, for the one electric Nes« Ave.. San Francisco, for renUl 

36720 W Webster 22 S 17th St; I pole, single-throw, outdoor type power "*? »"!*°,,^^ ^ I^V^^^f? ^ * *"V?- fioS! nJ ^nn^lK^!!*':.^*''!^ **,"°1S 
owner and contractor, FosUr A Klei- jSrcuit breaker for the Nevada State Specif lotions obtainable from the trucks of not less than *-cu.yd. level 
««r Co; 3 outteS; Jii^tures. |8>Stchyard; one 15.000-volt, 1200-am- above ofljlce. .^.-..itv for «r.r.r.,.™...,. -.^ k.,.,. 

36721 486 20th St; owner, Lanotti; j pere, 8-pole, single-throw, outdoor 



dealer, Atlas Heat & Vent Co; floor 
furnace. 



RICHMOND 



NE comer Eugenia and Winfleld; 
owners, Mr and Mrs W Gort, 239 
Cayuga St; builder, J Arlnd John- 
son, 412 Pioche St 
DWELLING (l-story frame), $6000; 
E 35th Ave 75 N Moraga; owner 
and builder, T E Mohler Jr, 626 36th 
Ave. 



owner, Walter Wolffs, prem; con 
tractor, Bartlett & Hosking, 541 
Civic Center. 
STORE, brick and steel frame, $35,- 
000; 323 San Pablo Ave: owner. 
House & Frener>', 6t00 Thomhill 
Dr, Oakland; contractor. Prank A 
Stead, IWl Center St, Berkeley. 



DWELLING (1-story frame), $5600 ;' STORE, masonry. $12,000; 256 24th; 
W 43rd Ave 50 N Irving; owner,; owner. James McCann. 1421 Bls- 
F A Kuckllch, 900 Bay St; builder, I sell; contractor. E J Freethy, 1432 
Modern Home Builders, 4103 24th Kearney St, El Cerrito. 
8t i STORE, stucco, $13,000: 991-93 23rd; 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (4),! owner, J Jourdaln. 2111 Sanford; 
$5600 each ; E Sears 160, 180, 206. i contractor, Grover S Carpenter. 
230 N Sickles ; owner and builder, ' 2025 feinford. 



Dominic Tiscomla, 1651 Alemany 
Blvd ; architect, C O Clausen. 
DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (2), 



STORE, 2-story dept, $100,000; 325 
10th St; owner. Albert's. Inc. San 
Rafael ; contractor. Empire Constr 



$5500 each ; N Cortland Ave 55, 87 j Co. 344 Harriet St, San Francisco ; 

W Bank ; owner and builder, J I nlans by E B Payne. 

Caruso, 3220 Folsom St jRUG cleaning plant. $5000: 665 San 

DWELLING (l-story frame), $5400; Pablo; owner. Rouse & Bouie, Pl- 

W 43rd Ave 75 N Ortega; owner nole; contractor, Clarence Andrews 

and builder, Superior Building Co, SfWO Macdonald. 

1426 Noriega. (SERVICE Station, $10,000; 831 23rd: 

DWELLINGS (l-story frame) (4), ' owner and builder. James Hadlev. 

$5000 each ; NE Hearst and De- • 162 12th St. 

trolt ; NE Victoria nad Garfield ; E STORE, .stucco, $4500 ; 977 13th St ; 

Victoria 33.4, 66.8 N Garfield ; owner ! owner, E N Korsbaen. .3954 Ohio: 

and builder, T J Sullivan, 3458 26th | contractor. Clrarence Andrew.s, 3500 

St; architect, Sam Postil. 3076 Ge- Macdonald Ave. 

neva Ave. COTTAGE, 7-room stucco. $12,000 : 

ALTER APARTMENTS, $4000; 101 j 2900 Grant; owner, P Pauletlch, 

Point Lobos 'Ave; owner. Clarence' 63 Filbert: contractor, Carl Overaa 

Emonick, 1734 Broderick; builder, & Co, 2105 Roosevelt 

Leonard Salomon, 1734 Broderick. : CI^ANrNG plant. masonr\', |7000; 
ALTER DWELLING (2 - family), ' 1049 23rd: owner, Anthony Fer- 

$1180; 712 Brazil St; owner, Bon ! reira, 6.32 Humboldt; contractor, 

Sciarra, 1734 Broderick ; builder, j E J Freethy. 1432 Kearney St. El 

Leonard Salomon. 1734 Broderick. ' Cerrito. 
ALTER DWELLING (2 - family), ' STORE, stucco, $16,000: 300-08 Slst: 

$1800; 1645 Newcomb Ave; owner,, ■310.'5 Macdonald: owner, Charles J 

N Sherry ; builder, Joe Yrigoyen, 31 ; Reeon. 422 30th St : contractor. E 



Cempletioii Notices 



8AN FRANCISCO COUNTY 

April 9, 1946—1! Leavenworth lia4 
S Washington. Henry E Reed to 
whom it may concern. .April 9, 1946 

April 8, 1946— W ShotweU 100 N 
17th. Sam Grech to Rademann & 
Glusto _ Jdar. 20, 1946 



type power circuit breaker for the J/.^^^* wAmtcd ** ** 

^T'^A^'lrn^'^'z^X.'^"^:- Div^^SI£i°PROJECT. Ari««a- 

tio^, ^uX^g^o^mteTo^t- ^f-^-r^fHl^^^y ^ ^ \ \' ^*^ ^ ^ 

door type disconnecttog Vwitchea for ^»» »>«, received by the U S, Bureau , ♦ 

the Boulder City substation; one 7500- ^^ Reclamation. Custom House. Den- ' 



Release of Lisw 



SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY 



Recorded 



contractor. Paramount Electric Co; 
fixtures. 

36722 149 E I2th St; owner. Clar- 
don ; contractor, Paramount Electric 
Co; alterations. 

36723 260 Perkins St; owner, Ban- 
ta; contractor. Paramount Electric 
Co; alterations. 

36724 440-444 17th Street; owner, 
Christensen & Lyons; contractor. T 
L Rosenberg Co; alterationa 

36725 14th and Washington Sts; 
owner. Goldman's; contractor, T L 
Rosenberg Co; service. 

36726 1733 Broadway; owner, Geo 
Benioff; contractor, T L Rosenberg 
Co; 12 outlets; 36 fixtures. 

36727 6915 Flora St; owner^ Car- j ^^*;:^^^'^^^';^;-^j_^°j^y^^^^ will be installed by the ! out plans 



capacity for approximately 3uO hours 
of work each In vicinity of Los Gatos. 

J. C Bateman, $3.38; $4.01 overtime. 

H. E. Springer. $3,515; $4.14% over- 
time. 

L. T. Davis. $3.7025; $4,196 overtlma 



'i's^r■'■^-i^Wr^l:^^l-~-^».y^^;^^^^^ ^i '2j„'"-; Prospecdve Bidders 

throw, manually-gang operated, out- ,J^*""^.^ ,^ fiil: *^ . Z' ^^ \ I * 

door type disconnecting switch for ^he shipping P^,^^ ^r to.b cars at > ^ 

the Boider City substaUon ; one 7500- : J^'^lse.^r^^ «^^^^^ ^l\ j Water RpeKne, HiUsboro, I 

voXt, 1200-ampere. S-pole. single- fP"- vertical-shaft hydraulic tur- fV.-Jr!« 

throw, manually-gang operated, in- ^"^^ ^d five oil pressure, actuator i Uregon j 

door type disconnecting switch for type gov^^mors J^^^th pumgng equip- i ♦ — — -f 

the Boulder City substation; six 89.- ™«i)i '^^ '•f'^V''^ ^® T^ J!' ^* ^'^i,'.. ^'"•**^"* ^i*"V.*!«^"r'i* 
000-volt 600 ampere, single-pole, sin- «2.200 h.p. turbines for Installation s.on. Hillsboro, Ore., ApHl 11, S P. M. 
ele-thro'w hook-operated, outdoor *" t^« Titi^ power plant Davis Dam , PUns by City Engineer J. W. Barney. 
type disconnecting switches for theTroJ^ct. A-risona-Nevada. AJl of the ; Following contractors have taken 



ter; contractor, Dimond Electric Co;!" 2OOO amnere slnele-nole ainele- ' eo^'^rnmeftit. No charge for copies of Parker Schram Co., Couch BWg., 
^o^o^^'or saw. throw hook-opemted outdoor type the specifications to prospective bona Portland. 

, K „,.«., „ , K *■"""/' C»-rs; T<?„.ra1?o^*"Xona°\""c S=„e-ot??/?".ot« °?or "bo^^ ."^e MJders; .» oU,,™, ,,75. no. «- , „0^f. B.-J'" * Son, 4900 N« «n. 
Feb. 11, 1946NO location; labor and |co; 2 outlets- service 

materials. Service Lumber & Sup- 36700 40^9' ^r^hiri -okmA- n^-ner 

ply Co to Pio and Udia Stef anuto Dan ey • cont^c?^? iS^^elco ?nc ' : ally-gang operated, outdoor type dls- 1 

and CE Daly _ SStore '°°^'^^***'^' ^**^^^*^^' '"*=• j connecting switch for the Boulder ^/W^S 

—No location; labor and ' 3*7^ 5035 pv^w^* r-m,rt owner C-^tv substation; six 7500-volt. IZOO-^'i^^rO^I^O^^p 

materals. G H & C Martinelli to • Jen Jen ^trao^orM^^iro' to^ 5 ampere^ single - pole, single - throw. ' COLimBIA BASia. f^^-if^i- 

Pio and Udia Stefanuto... pLes ''°"^'*'''°'' Marelco, Inc. » w^^i,. ^at^^ outdoor type dlscon- > Wasjiington.-Until May 6. 2 P. M 

P'"^*- r,».tin/^Bwltohe... for Ro.nder ntv ^ Postponed from April 22). bids will 



City substation ; one 7500-volt, 1200- \ tumable. 
ampere, 3-pole, single-throw, manu- 



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Feb. 11. 1946— N La Salle 67.486 W 
Mendell; labor and materials. 
American Terrazo Co to Pio and 
Lidio Stefanuto 



I St.. Portland. 

i Steel Tank tc Pipe Co.. 51S NE Co- 
llumbia Blvd.. Portland. 
4S Empire Constr. Co., 4506 SE 39th 
j St. Portland. 
PROJECT, '< Oregon Culvert &. Pipe Co., 2321 8E 
Gladstone. Portland. 
Beall Pipe & Tank Corp. 194S N 



' Feb. 12, 1946 — No location ; labor 
I and materials. Einar Johnson to 
: Pio and Lidia Stefanuto.. 
Feb. 11, 1946 — Lo location; labor 
t and materials. C E Reinhardt & 
Co to Pio and Lidia Stefanuto 
and C E Daly. 



Machinery & Material 



M. P. Munter Co.. 1437 Joe. Vance 



Feb. 12. 1946— No location; labor 
and materials. F Ferrando & Co 
to Pio and Lidia Stefanuto and 
C E Daly. 



Thornton Ave. 



BUILDING PERMITS 



Granted 



SAN FRANCISCO 



J Freethy. 1432 Kearney St. El 
Cerrito. 

COTTAGES, five 6-room .stucco, $7,- 
7.'50 pach : 6028. 6030, 6034. 6116. 6120 
Orchard : owner and builder. C M 
MacGregor, 1391 Solano Ave., Al- 
bany. 

STORE, masonry, $4000: 4324-6 Mac- 
donald : owner, Carl D Jones, 4300 
Macdonald ; contractor, C Andrews. 
?"no Macdonald. 

COTTAGE. 5-room stucco, S-nOOO: 633 
29th : owner and builder. Bivens & 
Molek. 2651 Keeley St. 



Feb; 11, 1946— No location; labor 
and materials. Jack Bobrow to 
Pio and Lidia Stefanuto and C E 
Daly 

Feb. 14, 1946 — No location; labor 



NEWS INDEX 

For convenient reference, news 
reports in this section are classi- 
fied as follows} 

Misc. Supplies & Materials 42 
Machinery ^nd Equipment 48 



necting switches for Boulder City ^ - . ^ .. ^.^ -,,,., ^ - ^ , v. .j- ^ •. ..1 1 

, substation ; two 5000- volt-insulated, ^e rece.v^ by the U. S^ Bureau of ^^J.""!,^ Vmt«r r^ V^7 

4000- to 5-ampere. single-phase. ^- ^^^^"^^"f' P^^'^'Z' <^°>° • «.°<i«'^ rm^ s^mi ' 

rvoiP Hrv tvne or comoound -filled ; Spec. 1254 for furnishing and deliver- Bidg., Seattle. 

I o^tdoor%e current t'So,^^^^^^^^ ^-' ''^ «*'"'" 

I the Boulder City substation ; one two- o^ 'o.b. cjars at Odalr Wash at the A^«.- Seattle. American 

I element. 3-phase. 3-wire, watt-hour '^Pt'on of the bidder, six 13- by 20.11- «^*J°^*y %^X American 

r«otor fnr feoiiMpr Pifv Biih«.+ntinn • ^oo* rcverse-flow coaster gates for ^anK isiag., ^eaiue. 

"nl'^LelTrfie^ntTphal'e' J.wfr*?."°r2: : ♦"^taHatiOn in Grand Cou>e? pump- ^ Huf^ «. Purcell Co.. Colman Bldg.. 

cording watt-n.eter for Boulder City : ^i3h^';^^i„^^^!:'^^,^'^U';il "^^"it W^cern Pipe & Steel Co., 200 Bush 

.substation, and 12 single-pole, out- ^ *yafnington^ ine gates wiii oe m- Pran^co. 

door, thyrite or autovalve. station failed by^the government No charge '''h C W^er 2091 Kincaid Eu- 

type lightning arresters designed for ^^r copieii of the specifications to "^ ore «-mcaia. isu 
ba.se mounting and suitable for use Prospective bona fide bidders : to oth- ;8«^,«' '^r®- 



on 2400-vf>lt. 3-phase. ungrounded- ^rs. $1. npt returnable, 
neutral circuits for Boulder City sub- 
station, Boulder Canyon Project, Ari- 
zona- California-Nevada. All of the -.-^ oexk^-rorxKien 
apparatus will be Installed by the . ** V^, ^SlT^ « " 



14/10/46 



Van Aken Sand & Gravel, Forest 
i Grove, Ore. 

43 1 PubUc Works BuUding, I 



, ^ ^ , , , COLORADO-BIG THOMPSON. Primrose Rd., Burhngame 

f^:i':^I!^,%±ZZ.''^^'^:Ll^IJ.Zl'l'J^^ Coloradc-Untn April 29, > "> 



and materials. Atlas Heating &42 — ^ MISC. SUPPLIES AND i the specifications to prospective bona i ™''^^YnostDoned from BIDS: City of Burllngame, Superin- 

Ventilating Co to^Pio and Lidia i MATFRIAIS i ^^^^ !?1^^«"- *** °**'^"' *'' "°* '«- i bids ^11 K r^ceUed aT throfflce ^•"''.•"* <>* f "^J'^.^«'••'•' P'*^ "•"• 



Stefanuto and C E Daly.. 

Feb. 14, 1946 — No location ; labor 
and materials. L S Case Co to Pio 
and Lidia Stefanuto 

Feb. 11, 1946— No location; labor 



I tumable 



I 4/10/46 •• 42 ' 

BIDS WANTED 4/10/46 

t SAN FRANCISCO.— Until April 22, BIOS ON FILE \^^ ^ 

j3^P. M., bids will be received by the; SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Bids sub- t'^® °P*j°" 



'of the BMreau of Reclamation. Den- . ""*'' | P- '^- '^f" ^^' ** p^* J*/'"^** 

ver. Colo.^for furnishing and deliver- ^^ 8 P. M. on same day. P »"• Pr«- 

.•ilng f.o.b. icars at the shipping point i P*""*^ "y Architects Leo J. Sharp, 



Brown, 1319 Howard 



S>^N JOSE 



APRIL 8, 1946— Continued 

REPAIR back porches and front 
steps, repair and replace windows, i COLD Storage plant, $120,000: 481 
and general reconditonlng to dwell- Lincoln Ave ; owner. Low Temper- 
ing, $1000; 1431-41 Broderick St;! ature Corn; contractor. W W Wil- 
owner. Henry Derasans. { liamson Co. 320 Market Street, San 

CHANGE location of partitions in Francisco, 
office of bldg. $14,000; 85 2nd st ; j DWELLINGS, three 1-family. 520 
owner. Pacific Tel & Tel Co ; plans Bestnr. 244 Taylor St, $6000 each, 
by owner; contractor. N J Sjoberg i 816 Willow Glen Way ,$6,750: owner 
& Son. 5604 E 16th St, Oakland I '^"'^ builder, C J Maro, 67 Fox Ave. 

ASBESTOS siding on front of house, i DWBLLING, $6500; 1044 Vine St; 
$500; 474 Naples St; owner, Wm i owner. P Bu'zzetta; contractor, J 
Graves ; contractor, Coast Constr ! Puma. 
Co. 2172 Market St. ; ALTER dwelling. $1000; 1386 Milton 

ASBESTOS siding on front and side ' Wav ; owner and contractor, W E 



of bldg. $700; 591 Vienna St; own 

er, William Almodova; contractor, 

Coast Constr Co. 2172 Market St. 

DWELLINGS, two l-story fr. $6000 
each; N Silver Ave 278.9. 303.9 E 
Mission St ; owner. Alemany Const 
Co; plans by B K Dobkowltz, 425 
Monterey Blvd; contra'ctor. Mar- 
tire & McKinney. 4277 Mission St. 

ALTER bulkheads. $950; 201 Howard 



REPAIR dwelling, $2500; 413 Wil- 
low St; owner fiind contractor. Leo 
Johnson. 

REMODEL 2-famlly dwelling, $2500; 
344 Delmas Ave; owner and con- 
tractor, Angelo Emillo. 

DWELLING. $7000: 1049 Hazelwood 
Ave ; owner. R Machado ; contrac- 
tor. A E Robeck. 1175 Laurie Ave. 



o.b. Cars at Granby. Colo., at , ^"^^ B run ame 

and materials. Arc Electric Co to 1 i»uVchase7 of q.Vr^Ji'la "97A''ou,7tt"i7 ■■ SACRAMENTO. Caiif.-Bids suo- ;— ^£ii°" °ir?\ ^1f ^aineVe-th'^' G.'w." Wiuui^ Co.. 10 CaUfOTOja 

Pio and Udia Stefanuto and C E if^I ofi,.T ^"PPlies, 270 City Hall, mitted to the State Purchasing Agent, I volt. 600-ampere. 3-pole. single- throw, jj^ Burlingama 

Saly . . ... .-— Room 107 State Office Bldg. No. 1. '''\l^'^\^tF^J''Z^LJ^':^''lL}'J!:!^^^ 

Feb n. 1946-No location ; labor ' ^Scf Wat?r n/n«^i^V*''' ^an gacramento. for furnishing asphaltic "' — ~«-^»."-- -^^^ 

and materials. George Wineholz i sSi?aTLn- o?t?in«^^ ♦»,. *=«™^"^ *"** ^"*^*^^ asphalts cover- 
to Pio and Lidia Stefanuto and Lhn^t IJ^.^i ^ obtainable from the^mg the requirements of the Division 



C E Daly. 



1 above office. 



with autohiatic reclosing equipment ; •c»Ia„j,?»/« 
(1) 2%-elflment. 3-phaae, 4-wlre, watt- ' '^ancisco 
hour recofrding demand meter with Rurlineame 

30-minute InterNal. in weatherproof 1 '^»;:^S"nLf/ v^ 



Chaa. J. Pedersen, 333 Occidental 



^trical Pernfts 



SAN FRANCISCO 



■ ' Jwf to"Mrrcr3r m^^'a" Tiile i case, for installation in Granby Dam 

4/10/46 .. 42 };f • exaiJ^nSion at the Jfflce of ' substation. Colorado - Big Thompson 

BIDS OPENED iTiIrTV PArV^r BUTtSer IS 10th i Project. Colorado; Spec. 1262. The 

PARKER DAM PROJECT, Call- ! FtgJnFiSn^s^o ! appa